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CPU fan
#1
It seems if I keep Hwinfo running when i put my PC to sleep, upon wake the CPU fans will not go above 350 RPM. The fans each have their own 4 pin headers on the board. I am on a X99 deluxe. windows 10 64bit. I just read that Cosair link can cause issues with HWinfo, would this be something I might see from a negative interaction? I remember it asked the other day something about corsair link monitoring not sure if that is when the problem started though.
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#2
Which exact fan is the problematic one?
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#3
(08-03-2016, 07:59 PM)Martin Wrote: Which exact fan is the problematic one?

both of the CPU fans, the rest are unaffected. so CPU_1 and CPU_aux i believe they are.
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#4
Please tell me the exact original fan names that are affected as shown by HWiNFO.
Also, are those fans somehow related to a Corsair device in your system ?
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(08-03-2016, 09:51 PM)Martin Wrote: Please tell me the exact original fan names that are affected as shown by HWiNFO.
Also, are those fans somehow related to a Corsair device in your system ?

CPU and CPU Fan OPT

and no not related to a corsair device.
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#6
If you disable monitoring of the "ASUS EC" sensor (hit Del on the sensor heading) does it solve the problem ?
It might also be helpful if you could attach the HWiNFO Debug File of the situation including sleep/resume.
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