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Why are my CPU fans running at 2300 RPM 24/7?

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User Info: BIGGESTPS3FAN

BIGGESTPS3FAN
3 years ago#1
I always thought my PC was a bit loud, but figured it was because I got the Corsair High Performance fans over the quiet fans. However, I downloaded SpeedFan which is reporting that my fans are running at 2,300 RPM. That seems a bit high to me, since I am just browsing the internet. Any clue why this is?
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-5xad0w-
3 years ago#2
Check your BIOS and see if they are set to always run at full capacity.
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User Info: fatali

fatali
3 years ago#3
How did you setup the fans? are they all plug in the same header with a splitter? Did you set a curve for the fan speed?
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User Info: BIGGESTPS3FAN

BIGGESTPS3FAN
3 years ago#4
Well, my H100i has two fans attached to a header with a splitter (That was included with the H100i). I did not set a curve. I tried looking for a way in the Corsair Link software, but didn't find anything for it.
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DerPancake
3 years ago#5
Download ASUS AIsuite II

and configure your fans to you liking.
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User Info: Flaktrooper123

Flaktrooper123
3 years ago#6
Check your BIOS first, the default often set the fans at maximum speed. Also, are they PWM fans? Not all motherboards can control non-PWM fans.

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BIGGESTPS3FAN
3 years ago#7
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835181027

These are my fans. They say high performance at 2350 RPM.

I will check BIOS though. I ran an AISuite test where it starts at 0% and makes it's way up to 100%, but noticed no difference in noise or temps.
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BIGGESTPS3FAN
3 years ago#8
Just checked my BIOS. Fan speed was on silent mode. lol
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Altmadragon
3 years ago#9
DerPancake posted...
Download ASUS AIsuite II

and configure your fans to you liking.


this
edit: either
A: you got a fan controller installed that you dont know about.
B: your fans are plugged into a fan controller separate from MB
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ajxh
3 years ago#10
Flaktrooper123 posted...
Check your BIOS first, the default often set the fans at maximum speed. Also, are they PWM fans? Not all motherboards can control non-PWM fans.


Potentially this. Although you have a pretty new motherboard.

I had this issue. I eventually just bought a fan controller.
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