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Here's another weird issue. I hope i'm not missing something but I have set all my fans to a constant 1050rpm but fan #1 seems to be sitting at 600rpm. I swapped fans cable #1 to #2 on Commander Pro and its not the fan as it will increase to around 1050rpm. If I apply 100% for fan #1 it will not increase the rpm. All firmware running at the latest so just wondering if anyone else having this issue?
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There is this thread a few others. I am not sure we ever really narrowed the exact root cause.

 

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=176248&highlight=stuck

 

The only real recommendation I have is to open the custom curve graph for the stuck fan. Then select on of the curve tools in the upper right hand corner of the graph. This will apply a preset shape. Then go back to the left side and change it to fixed RPM again. This successfully and permanently fixed my issues with this. Others have not been as fortunate.

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There is this thread a few others. I am not sure we ever really narrowed the exact root cause.

 

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=176248&highlight=stuck

 

The only real recommendation I have is to open the custom curve graph for the stuck fan. Then select on of the curve tools in the upper right hand corner of the graph. This will apply a preset shape. Then go back to the left side and change it to fixed RPM again. This successfully and permanently fixed my issues with this. Others have not been as fortunate.

 

 

Ok so I tried above recommendations but they didn't work for me. I forced the firmware update on the commander pro and that fixed it. I also uninstalled Corsair Link since it's now no longer needed.

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