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Old 12-16-2019, 04:37 PM
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Arrow Commander Pro - default fan speed?

I thinking about buying Commander Pro.

What is the default speed of fans before iCue software and driver is loaded?

Quiet, Balanced, Extreme?

I mean in case PC is booting, or is in UEFI BIOS or Linux is loaded?

Do fans rotate at reasonable default 50% - 60% or they run at 100% before Windows is loaded?
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It depends.
If you have the fan curves set to the onboard temperature sensors, it will run those fan curves. If you have the fan curves set to anything else (that requires the software to run), it'll run at 100%.
So ... use the temp sensors as the temperature source for your fan curve and it'll run at all times.
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