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backstabbin
10-15-2016, 10:57 AM
hey guys so just got the evolv and i love it ! anyway to my problem i set all the fans up using the hub i have 7 corsair hd120 fans and h100i gtx i have the hub connected to cpu fan header the rest of my fans to the hub but when i do a stress test on my pc the fans are not picking up speed at all there staying the same while my pc temps are jumping in excess of 80c

motherboard asus rampage v extreme do i have to change any settings in the bios or something ? thanks in advance

Death2gnomes
10-16-2016, 01:06 AM
You should be able to adjust the fan speeds via the BIOS but afaik there are only 3 settings, sometimes only 2. You are better off using a program to control the fans such as SpeedFan or purchase a GRID+. I also suggest using the CPU_OPT for the fan hub and keep the h100 on CPU_FAN.

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10-18-2016, 06:46 PM
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Pokemoneiei
02-27-2017, 09:52 PM
You should be able to adjust the fan speeds
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tomcruzz
03-12-2017, 09:46 PM
i suggest also to re install everything and adjust the fan speed

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kaiserthesage
03-13-2017, 09:08 AM
hey guys so just got the evolv and i love it ! anyway to my problem i set all the fans up using the hub i have 7 corsair hd120 fans and h100i gtx i have the hub connected to cpu fan header the rest of my fans to the hub but when i do a stress test on my pc the fans are not picking up speed at all there staying the same while my pc temps are jumping in excess of 80c

motherboard asus rampage v extreme do i have to change any settings in the bios or something ? thanks in advance

Ok did that and it's much more quiet! My last worry is regarding the air flow inside : 2x120mm for intake and 1x140 in the rear for exhaust..this proportion is fine or I should have only 1x120 in the front ? I believe phanteks estimated air flow behavior with this default configuration..

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doyll
03-15-2017, 04:54 AM
Ok did that and it's much more quiet! My last worry is regarding the air flow inside : 2x120mm for intake and 1x140 in the rear for exhaust..this proportion is fine or I should have only 1x120 in the front ? I believe phanteks estimated air flow behavior with this default configuration..

You should be fine.

kaiserthesage
04-18-2017, 07:45 AM
Thanks a lot admin.

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qwerty2002
04-21-2017, 08:32 PM
I do not understand, can you help me? :)




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doyll
04-23-2017, 12:44 AM
I do not understand, can you help me? :)




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cjb4
04-23-2017, 11:40 AM
Hi Death2gnomes,

Why is it better to use the CPU_OPT for the fan hub?
thanks,

Death2gnomes
04-23-2017, 09:27 PM
Most motherboards only have a true PWM on the CPU headers, the rest are hit and miss and maybe they work.

I used the CPU_OPT because instead of using Y-jumpers to connect 4 fans to that header, I connected them to the hub, plus the hub is powered direct from the PSU and doesnt draw power from the header. Also, the header is easier to control thru Speedfan, hence controls ALL the fans connected to the hub.

One last thing, AFAIK the CPU and CPU_OPT share the same power circuit, so I was not about at connecting 4 radiator fans(push-pull) to CPU_OPT. Most AIOs tell you to connect the pump and fans to CPU and CPU_OPT.

doyll
04-24-2017, 12:21 AM
Hi Death2gnomes,

Why is it better to use the CPU_OPT for the fan hub?
thanks,
As Death2gnomes says, many motherboard only have PWM control on CPU_FAN header. Some do not even have PWM control on CPU_OPT fan header ;)

I suggest looking in motherboard manual at the fan header pin-out. Only 4-pin fan headers with pin-4 labeled as PWM or Control and pin-2 labeled as 12v power are PWM controlled fan headers.

Death2gnomes
04-24-2017, 10:39 AM
As Death2gnomes says, many motherboard only have PWM control on CPU_FAN header. Some do not even have PWM control on CPU_OPT fan header ;)

I suggest looking in motherboard manual at the fan header pin-out. Only 4-pin fan headers with pin-4 labeled as PWM or Control and pin-2 labeled as 12v power are PWM controlled fan headers.

oh dont get his hopes up, only the higher end boards label them as such. :rolleyes:

if other headers are not listed in the manual as PWM, its not PWM. If it is, test it thoroughly to make sure, you could be lucky.

achat
08-19-2017, 02:09 AM
You should be fine.

ambitz789
12-25-2017, 09:06 PM
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