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Commander Pro and On-board sensors?


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I have an H100i v2 and a Gigabyte Z370M D3H mobo. The mobo has 6 temp sensors. I just bought a Commander Pro. Can I skip the the Commander Pro sensors and use the motherboard sensors as the temp source for CLink fan control? They are available as sources for fan control now, but I don't know if the Commander Pro will change that. Essentially I'm looking to get control of the case fans out of the BIOS and into CLink via Commander Pro.
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You can but I would recommend against it. It's difficult to know exactly where the motherboard sensors are so it's difficult to make sure that you have them correct. Your CoPro comes with 4 temperature sensors that you can place precisely where you want them and control fan speeds based on those sensors.
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Thanks, but that's not really a problem. By monitoring the temps reported by the mobo in CLink sensors I can see which are getting hot and correct the fan speeds. It's a bit trial-and-error but it should suffice. And I always have the CoPro sensors to fall back on or to augment to mobo sensors.

 

Thanks for the quick reply!

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