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Speedfan not detecting fans?

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Speed fan is not detecting fans, all i see is blank boxes. HW monitor does detect fans though

 

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i5 8600

evga 650w silver

hyper x 8gb ddr4

gigabyte 1050

120g ssd

1tb hdd

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What fan are you trying to control? you probably should edit its values directly on bios.

 

I also never got SpeedFan to work at all with me, but on bios it's really easy to set the fan curves.

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Just now, Princess Cadence said:

What fan are you trying to control? you probably should edit its values directly on bios.

 

I also never got SpeedFan to work at all with me, but on bios it's really easy to set the fan curves.

The reason im trying to use speed fan is because whenever i try to go into bios my pc is too fast and goes staright to desktop. I have tried the EUFI method from shift+restart but then my monitor does not detect anything.

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Speed fan is real finicky but I use it on all my PC's. However some motherboards are not supported. What motherboard are you running?

Thanks!

 

Chris R.

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6 minutes ago, Chris_R. said:

Speed fan is real finicky but I use it on all my PC's. However some motherboards are not supported. What motherboard are you running?

I fixed it, thanks anyway. As i coudnt access bios i just had to remove the cmos battery.

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