Tue Sep 09, 3: Now I have homework. Tue Sep 09, 8: So 1, RPM is not unreasonable, provided that your case temperatures are on the low side. Mon Sep 08, 3: I think it is made by Delta.
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You can do w7n8x2.0 same with your 80mm fan to confirm what its speed should be unless it is some no-name label for which you cannot find specs.
Is the power output just weak from the motherboard connectors cpufan1, powerfan1, chassisfan1 and would it help if I spliced my fans power through my fanbus leaving the sensor input connected to the board?
Go to the manufacturer’s website and look up the specs for that part number.
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I was concerned that it was too slow so I swapped the stock fan with the 80mm. Tue Sep 09, 9: Tue Sep 09, 8: So 1, RPM is not unreasonable, provided that your case temperatures are on the low side.
I’ve just realised this isn’t really what you’re asking.
Jan 30, Posts: I went ahead and swapped out the stock fan on the heatsink with an 80mm fan and adapter and a78nx2.0 is just the same.
But it was the same.
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Can someone respond with their own fan speeds so I don’t feel crazy? Mon Sep 08, The speed shown is about RPM.
You can disable it in the BIOS. I also connected the fan sensor from my Antec True to the Powerfan1 connection.
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I think it is made by Delta. Pull it off your heatsink and look z7n8x2.0 the part number which should be listed on the manufacturer’s label on the back side.
There are too many variables for someone to step up and say definitively, “Yeah, everything is hunky dory,” or, “No, d00d, y’er fUxored! Somewhere I came across a table that listed the theoretical TruePower fan speed vs. Mon A78x2.0 08, 3: Feb 13, Posts: Is this the norm for both?
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If your case is pretty hot, then maybe you should be expecting a higher fan speed. A7n8xx2.0 for your PSU, the TruePowers adjust their fan speeds up or down as their internal temperature changes. Now I have homework. Sep 8, Posts: Wed Sep 10, 9: An8x2.0 Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Since the PSU internal temperature is heavily dependent on your case and ambient temperatures which are also interdependent to some extenteach situation will be different.
As a matter of fact it was. I dunno, but it would be in that table. Tue Sep 09, 3: Tue Sep 09, At full whack, the barton retail fan is around 2,rpm.