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    Default Gigabyte Assassin Users

    Anyone using the Gigabyte Assassin could you please plug a 200mm or 140mm fan to Fan header #1 and tell me if the bios registers the rpm please..

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Assassin Users

    I will see if I can check that for you on my lunch break

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Assassin Users

    Hi Wetfit9,

    Thanks dude. Urgently need your feedback on this.. Much appreciated.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Assassin Users

    I posted an edit in my thread, wasn't sure if you saw it so I'll post it here.

    I unfortunately wasn't able to find a fan that had the right header to plug into the fan ports on my Sniper. As it turns out all of my fans are either 3-pin or PSU powered.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Assassin Users

    You can connect 3 pin fan headers to 4 pin headers on the board, look close there is the same notch to line up as what you see on the 3 Pin ones.

    It will be fine. As for RPM's, some may not be picked up depending on how slowly the fan is going, and it could also be software or BIOS bugs that will need addressed if the RPMs are being read incorrectly.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Assassin Users

    You can connect 3 pin fan headers to 4 pin headers on the board

    Interesting, I wasn't aware of that. Will try it out when I get home from work if you haven't already figured it out Memories.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Assassin Users

    Hi Peps,

    Thanks for all your responses...

    Maybe i should have explained in more detail about my problem.
    When i connect a 200mm fan (3pin) to fan header#1 the fan struggles to start when system is switched on, when i enter the bios i get no RPM registry to Fan#1. This problem happens when i use a 140mm (3pin), 120mm (3pin) but strangely when i connect a 80mm (3pin) to fan#1 the fan starts correctly and bios shows rpm reading on fan#1. So is this a fault to my board or is it a general Bios problem? Please not that all fans tested (200mm,140mm,120mm) all work perfectly on Fan#2,3 & sys_fan. this problem is restricted to fan#1 only.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Assassin Users

    Is that in windows only, or while you are in the BIOS as well?

    It could be a BIOS bug, you should send in a report so they are aware of it and can test in case it is
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    In the meantime, I'll PM Sin0822 here and see if he can test this for you as well because he has one of those boards. Which BIOS are you using so he'll know when he tests.

    If you are not already using the latest that would probably be a good idea

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Assassin Users

    Hi lsdmeasap,

    Thank you for your Response

    this is happening within the Bios (f2) under PC health status. I also use Aida64 which does not even register Fan#1, Have reported it to the guys over at finalwire but they are not sure why its happenng. I have tried the Beta bios F3d and symptoms remain the same.

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