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MB Temp #4 is 224 degrees F?


Tanya

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MB Fan #3 is also almost 1900 RPM when everything else, all the temps and fans are around 90 degrees F and 800-900 RPM.

 

I have 2 inexpensive LED fans installed, could the system be detecting those?

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MB Fan #3 is also almost 1900 RPM when everything else, all the temps and fans are around 90 degrees F and 800-900 RPM.

 

I have 2 inexpensive LED fans installed, could the system be detecting those?

 

It could be down to CL4 reporting a sensor it should not report and as CL4 also uses Temp #n names it's tricky to know what it's reporting.

 

I could comment further if you ran my SIV utility and posted the SIV save files as I specified in http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?p=788225

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I'm more concerned about the high temp then the RPMs, it seems to be a malfunction because the fan is not running twice as fast as the rest. I was going to play around with unplugging them and pinpointing the specific fan and port on the MB. I will check out your SIV while I am doing that.
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RPMs, it seems to be a malfunction because the fan is not running twice as fast as the rest.

 

It may be down to that fan generating 4 rather than 2 pulses per revolution, see https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=fan+pulses+per+revolution and follow the links

 

When this happens double the actual speed will be reported, can you post a link to the fan specs?

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Hi, I have the 2 Corsair fans plugged into CPUFAN2 and SYSFAN1, mounted as exhaust and I have 2 LED fans (building for a kid), mounted to the H100i v2 radiator in the front as intake. The LED fans are some Chinese brand and they are plugged into SYSFAN2 and SYSFAN3.
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Basically T2 CPUTIN is a possible temperature input to the Nuvoton NCT6793D sensor chip, but it's not used on your MSI Z170A MPOWER GAMING TITANIUM (MS-7A16) motherboard so you should ignore it.

 

I have just fixed SIV 5.20 Beta-13 to suppress it (note it's no longer reported below) and recommend you ask Corsair to update CL4 to do the same. To do this log a call via https://corsair.secure.force.com/home/home.jsp.

 

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