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kcrknp 10-17-2005 12:20 PM

My fan is out of control!
 
So after my chipset fan died, I got the replacement Sunon 40mm fan. Now after installing this fan and hooking it up to the same 3 pin connector as the previous fan, it's running at 14000RPM according to speedfan and I cannot make it go slower. According to newegg, where I purchased it, it's only a 6000 RPM fan. It's gonna die isn't it?

waynejkruse10 10-17-2005 03:25 PM

speedfan is known to be inaccurate. Try checking in bios, that will give you the best picture of your overall fan speeds, temps etc.

Once i had some Windows diagnostic program (which are known to be inaccurate) report my CPU temp to be 423 C.

PZEROFGH 10-17-2005 03:42 PM

everest too. my cpu temp right now, according to speedfan is -48C, just read the thread "SPEEDFAN voltages reading off" or something like that lol

SHAWN 10-17-2005 03:44 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by PZEROFGH
according to speedfan is -48C, just read the thread "SPEEDFAN voltages reading off" or something like that lol

So your using liquid nitrogen for cooling right?



[/sarcasm] - for those people who dont realize that I am joking

PZEROFGH 10-17-2005 03:45 PM

hey, how'd you know?

waynejkruse10 10-17-2005 03:54 PM

he used his google powers to cache your form of cooling.

kcrknp 10-17-2005 04:36 PM

OK, I checked the BIOS and it's not reporting any speed for the fan. I checked Sisoft Sandra and that said it was running at 25000RPM....highly unlikely. I guess I'll just wait and see, it's been on for a couple hours with no problems yet.

PZEROFGH 10-17-2005 04:40 PM

ok what i do is stick my finger in it, if it hurts a lot its greater then 5000rpm if it just stings it will be lower then 4000rpm.

kcrknp 10-17-2005 04:48 PM

sounds like a full proof plan

matthab 10-17-2005 04:55 PM

lol that method also works with circular saws, if you stick your thinger in and it doesnt cut it off its not spinning fast enough


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