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    Default [SOLVED] FM2A85X-ITX - Fans Never Shut Off

    I just got the FM2A85X-ITX yesterday. After installing the board into my Realan E-I7 mini ITX case, I installed a CPU cooler and two case fans. As soon as I connected power, all three fans spun up. I now have Windows 7 installed and after powering down, the fans continue to spin. The only way to get them to stop is to unplug the power.

    Is this a bad board, power supply or just a BIOS setting that I have messed up?

    Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
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    Default Re: FM2A85X-ITX - Fans Never Shut Off

    I should mention that the case fans exhibit the same behavior even when connected directly to a molex connector. The CPU cool fan is connected to CPU_FAN1 (4-pin).

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    Default Re: FM2A85X-ITX - Fans Never Shut Off

    I was able to test the PSU with another motherboard. Same issue, so it's obviously the PSU.

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    Default Re: FM2A85X-ITX - Fans Never Shut Off

    Quote Originally Posted by jborden View Post
    I should mention that the case fans exhibit the same behavior even when connected directly to a molex connector.
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