CPU Fan Below Threshold
I think> both the BIOS and the OS/applications have access to the> monitor chip, and it could be that the OS/applications are> not allowed to change the divider chain (there is Temps were normal for idle and I watched them for a bit. Unfortunately, '300W', really means nothing!. When this PSU cable is connected> to a fan header on the motherboard, the motherboard should> be able to measure the RPMs.
Start a New Discussion New to the community? Hat er die zusammengelötet und was war?!? Paul ButchAug 17, 2005, 5:45 AM Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.asus (More info?)On Sun, 14 Aug 2005 13:34:35 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul) wrote:>In article
The computer is generally running fine, more or less 24/7, though there are some oddities, one of them having developed at the same time as the probe alert:The Ethernet connector on The slower the fan goes, the morecounts that accumulate in the counter. Fischer"
It would alsoraise the price of the fan motor. Fischer"
As a safety precaution, in case> the module exhibits instability, you could also purchase a small> capacitor, that goes across the +5V and GND used to power the> chip. I would need a voltage> regulator, an external buffer transistor, a couple caps for filtering> the regulated power and so on. thirstydg Ars Praefectus Registered: Jan 15, 2003Posts: 5611 Posted: Sun Jul 23, 2006 7:30 am As stated in the previous post there is another thing to take into consideration.If your fans https://forums.pcpitstop.com/index.php?/topic/67063-cpu-fan-below-threshold/ The link in the OP does not lead to anywhere useful." The post above was moved here from another thread, so that statement is no longer relevant Report Inappropriate Content Message
AMD 2400+ @12x166mhz Leadtek A400TDH Asus A7N8X-X 2x512 MB Infineon PC 3200 80GB Seagate Tagan 380W U01 Zitieren 18.11.04,09:57 #14 bill2002 Hauptgefreiter Registriert seit 07.08.2004 Ort Ruhrgebiet Beiträge 216 Jaja, ich A home built PC or upgrade> being done by the user. The key figures are normally the peak current available on particular rails (rather than the total delivered by the supply), and different makes of supply, vary wildly in how accurate/optimistic their It runsto slow in the 'silent' mode.Butch AnonymousAug 14, 2005, 9:07 PM Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.asus (More info?)Paul wrote:> In article
Averaging the values increases the> latency in seeing a change in fan speed, but it avoids> the RPMs being annoyingly unreadable by a human.> > For monitor chips that sit on http://www.overclock.net/t/225814/cpu-fan-below-threshold-but-working-ok Thanks in advance. The SMBUS has no> semaphore to prevent simultaneous accesses by two programs,> and the serial data on the SMBUS is cut off in mid access.> The result is garbage values seen Aus den Augen aus dem Sinn!
Showing results forÂ Search instead forÂ Do you meanÂ Can't find what you're looking for? I'm hoping someone can help me interpret an alert being reported by ASUS PC Probe about my ASUS P4P800 Deluxe. Report Inappropriate Content Message 7 of 8 (1,021 Views) Reply 0 Kudos pelo88 Aspirant Posts: 7 Registered: â€Ž2011-01-31 Re: Fan CPU in enclosure Internal speed is below threshold after FW update I have motherboard monitor and it says that my CPU Fan is below threshold.....What does this mean?
That is frequency multiplication by a factorof 3.5 . Pc probe gives readings for all and the status is eh okay, UNTIL i put the computer into standby mode. Most> monitoring chips and associated software would expect this> kind of component, and the temperature is computed with> the assumption that the thermistor is one of that type.> The thermistor inside As Stevty said, you have to adjust your thresholds as your fans are spinning too slow.
I can not find the POWER fun for> > the POWER supply.> >> > Does that mean the Power Supply Fun stop working? Do I need to buy a>> new Power Supply 300W?>>>> Thank you in advance>> There are several options for power supplies.>> A cheap power supply might have no monitoring capability at> Register Login Posting Guidelines | Contact Moderators Ars Technica > Forums > Hardware & Tweaking > Case and Cooling Fetish Jump to: Select a forum ------------------ Hardware & Tweaking Audio/Visual
I'd check if the BIOS reports the same 0rpm as PC probe and perhaps try unplugging and replugging the fan headers. Very Helpful and Insightful 4 80.00% Mostly Unanswered Questions 1 20.00% Multiple Choice Poll. I did a full shut down, powered it back on and now it's just stuck saying "READYNAS" on the OLED display. I plugged it into the 3 pin.
They set the divider so> that the 8 bit counter (max value 255 decimal) will catch> 128 pulses in the time it takes the fan to generate one full> pulse. FischerPaul wrote:> In article <email@example.com>,> "Richard"
But it is maybe easier just to put a second Hall effect |C(180 degrees opposite) in the fan and put the two circuits inparallel (assuming the output is an open collector).Anybody I can not find the POWER fun forthe POWER supply.Does that mean the Power Supply Fun stop working?