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    Fans Running at High RPM

    What software do you use to do that because my fan control in my bios is very restrictive and doesn't have an option for 'turn off until _' and the lowest I can set them to is 50% @ 40C. There is a grey square which I have no control over which I'm assuming is the below the bottom one I set and it is stuck at 60%
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    Fans Running at High RPM

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    Fans Running at High RPM

    So when I remove the fan splitter and just have my CPU cooler and the 2 other fans they all run normally? Could this be that the Fan Splitter is not PWM? I also changed the fan curve so that is more liner and not as aggressive and it didn't fix change anything
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    Fans Running at High RPM

    Not too sure how to use this software but AUXTIN2 is a bit of an anomaly?
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    Fans Running at High RPM

    What should an ideal fan curve look like?
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    Fans Running at High RPM

    Hi, So I just upgraded my system fans to Corsair ML120 Pro Blue and they are running very loudly. I did some research and adjusted my smart fan mode rpm%s and the fans are still running at 1400RPM my other system fans and CPU fans are running between 600-800 rpm. I have 4 system fans and 3 motherboard headers. One of the ML120 fans is on a splitter with the cooler master fan and the cooler master fan is running fine. Can anyone offer a solution so that they run at a lower RPM? Specs CPU - I5 4690K GPU - MSI RTX2080 Trio Fans - ML120 pro, (and a bitfenix and coolermaster fan that I'm not sure what the name is) Mobo - MSI M Power Z97
  7. So Microsoft is making an Xbox Elite Controller 2, don't get me wrong I want one, but what if its not compatible with Scarlett then they just spent all that time on last gen controller????
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    Elgato HD60 Pro

    I thought the HD60 pro has a build in encoder that would do most of the work?
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    Elgato HD60 Pro

    I didn't know that was a thing
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    Elgato HD60 Pro

    So, long story short my computer isn't powerful enough to run AAA games and record decently with OBS. I have been looking into the Elgato HD60 Pro as it has an onboard encoder in the hope this takes the stress off my CPU (I know I'll have to use Elgato software I'm not too fussed). What I've been reading is it's not possible to transfer data to the capture card and back through the PCI-E card which is why it can't be used 'internally' as such. But what if I use the HDMI out on my GPU and put it straight into the card and then the out into my monitor, would this be feasible? Also would having an ultrawide-monitor (2560x1080) cause any issues doing it this way or with the capture card in general? PC Spec: I5 6600K R9 380X 16GB DDR3 Thanks in advance for the help guys!! Ps: I didn't know what category this falls under
  11. LuX_

    Elgato HD60

    So, long story short my computer isn't powerful enough to run AAA games and record decently with OBS. I have been looking into the Elgato HD60 Pro as it has an onboard encoder in the hope this takes the stress off my CPU (I know I'll have to use Elgato software I'm not too fussed). What I've been reading is it's not possible to transfer data to the capture card and back through the PCI-E card which is why it can't be used 'internally' as such. But what if I use the HDMI out on my GPU and put it straight into the card and then the out into my monitor, would this be feasible? Also would having an ultrawide-monitor (2560x1080) cause any issues doing it this way or with the capture card in general? PC Spec: I5 6600K R9 380X 16GB DDR3 Thanks in advance for the help guys!! Ps: I didn't know what category this falls under
  12. So, long story short my computer isn't powerful enough to run AAA games and record decently with OBS. I have been looking into the Elgato HD60 Pro as it has an onboard encoder in the hope this takes the stress off my CPU (I know I'll have to use Elgato software I'm not too fussed). What I've been reading is it's not possible to transfer data to the capture card and back through the PCI-E card which is why it can't be used 'internally' as such. But what if I use the HDMI out on my GPU and put it straight into the card and then the out into my monitor, would this be feasible? Also would having an ultrawide-monitor (2560x1080) cause any issues doing it this way or with the capture card in general? PC Spec: I5 6600K R9 380X 16GB DDR3 Thanks in advance for the help guys!! Ps: I didn't know what category this falls under
  13. Thanks for the response, I'll look into them
  14. Budget would be $2000 AUD but going over by 100 with good reason understandable. Battery life it would need to last 9am - 3pm day minimum. Weight isn't too much of an issue granted it's not really heavy. Prefersbly not a 2 in 1. Thank you for the help
  15. So I am looking at getting a new laptop for uni (word processing and stuff like that mainly). I am currently looking into I5 systems particularly the Surface Laptop. The HP spectre was also a consideration. I was just looking for some opinions or other suggestions? In Australia aswell so if comparing the prices they are fairly close until a 10% discount is applied at JB HI FI for students at the moment. Cheers for the help guys
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