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Old 08-09-2005, 12:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Celeron D 2.80 CPU fan error??

I am putting together a pc for a customer of mine, and i am getting cpu fan error on startup.
CPU fan speed is running at 1550rpm
CPU temperature ranges from 28-32 celsius.
CPU is Celeron D 2.80 335J
And motherboard Asus P5S800-VM.

I put together 5-6 systems with the same specs never had the problem. I am guessing the speed of the fan should range from 3000-4000. Is it safe just to disable the error on startup, but that should not be fair to the customer, I told the customer about the problem and that I have to keep the computer for one more day. Should I buy an aftermarket fan or use this one?
On Asus there is a new BIOS update changing low RPM speed warning to 1200RPM, but still it is too low for this processor.

All sugesstions appreciated. Thank you very much for looking at my post.

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Old 08-09-2005, 01:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Well if the temperature ranges from 28 - 32 degrees celsius, then you should be fine, for those are damn low temperatures for air.

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i agree!!! that is a nice low temp. disable the error if it is annoying. but keep an eye on the temps just to be sure that the warning is not warranted. run a burn in test to put some strain and see how it goes.
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