Published on 11th June 2009 by
Originally Posted by reviewalthough its a little disappointing to see that theres no PWM connection, meaning the fan will run at its full speed of 2,800rpm constantly.
Originally Posted by JipaQuote:Originally Posted by reviewalthough its a little disappointing to see that theres no PWM connection, meaning the fan will run at its full speed of 2,800rpm constantly.
Umm are you trying to tell that there was no on-board fan controllers before the PWM came along just a while back? :) Surely most motherboards can control the CPU fan speed without 4-pin PWM...
Other than that, good review, and good to see Zalman still making atleast some decent products.
Originally Posted by ashchapEvery motherboard I've used has been able to use PWM without a fourth pin (yes, pwm - not undervolting).
Download speedfan and if it doesn't work straight away, play with the advanced settings - different motherboards use different types of PWM.
Using speedfan you can set the fans to any level you want - keep turning it down until it's silent and then you're sorted!
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