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    Default Re: easytune 5 problem

    Are you haveing problems with the computer or is it just Easytune 5 readings that are bothering you? If the computer is working well and nothing is overheating then I probably wouldn't worry about Easytune or your fan speeds.
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    o ya umm one last question how do i set the rpm of the fans?coz wen i restarted my computer i checked out the easytune 5 and it went back to default settings how do i make it permanent?
    Rather than use Easytune (for monitoring), try:-
    HwMonitor or PCWizard from CPUID
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    Sisoft Sandra:-
    SiSoftware Zone
    or
    Speedfan:-
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    Default Re: easytune 5 problem

    I'm assuming it's like easytune 6 - if so there's a pointer above each fan bar and one below - the upper one is where the alarm goes off - should be set at a number below the actual read out of the fan which is below the bar. example - if the actual fan RPM is 1500, set the alarm point at say 1300.

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    Default Re: easytune 5 problem

    Quote Originally Posted by moks107 View Post
    o ya umm one last question how do i set the rpm of the fans?coz wen i restarted my computer i checked out the easytune 5 and it went back to default settings how do i make it permanent?

    Use the Save button, not the LOAD button. Then if you have ET set to run at startup your settings will be applied at startup. Not really sure what you are asking here either. You should get a fan controller if you want to control your fan speeds yourself though. You can get them pretty cheap, if you want me to show you a few let me know

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    oh crap hehe sorry guys im soo stupid hehe i taught that u can change the rpm of the fans by using the Easytune hehe my bad well thanks anyways yeah i think i might be getting a fancontroller know any good brands?thanks for the replies guys and thanks vorlonUK for the links

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    Ahh, no just the warnings. Speedfan may let you, depending on the fans themselves and which spots you have them connected to. There is many nice controllers out there, but since you did not say a $$ Range you would like to be in I will just post you a general page so you can see all and read some reviews about them. I know you may not be able to shop here but if you live in the US you should. Otherwise just look up the one you like at a few of your favorite stores and you should find them >>>>

    Newegg.com - FAN CONTROLLER, Controller Panels

    I have a few of these and they are nice (Have 2 5/12V switches, and 4 fan dials) >>>
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813999251

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