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Old 07-14-2018, 08:11 PM
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Default *help* Fans go up due to CPU% NOT HEAT

Hey I just built my new PC specs (i7-8700k H150i RGB AIO, TRIDENTZRGB 16GB 3200, 1060OC, 3X HD120, SPECOMEGA, Z370-F GAMING) When my cpu usage goes high (due to me recording, streaming and playing my case fans (not aio fans they are fine) ramp up to like 1400rpm from 700 when my CPU usage goes up, however, I only want them going up if my CPU starts to overheat. How do I change this? the fans are connected directly the MB
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Old 07-14-2018, 09:12 PM
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You have to do it with your motherboard software or in the BIOS. Since we have absolutely no idea what you have (as you've not filled out your system details), we can't even point you in a more specific direction than that.

And since they are on the motherboard, you might have better luck posting on your motherboard vendor's forum, if they have one. Not to blow you off but that's where folks most familiar with that board would be.
Please click "Edit System Specs" and fill out your system info.

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