Question about MSI K8N Neo4-F Motherboard
I've unplugged graphics card, memory, drives, etc, and the result is the same so the problem is the MB. Is there any further debug I can do or is it time to ship it off to MSI for out-of-warrenty repair?
I think this is fairly normal, most modern motherboards use thermistors to check the system temperature, (which windows then overrides) so on startup your fans will test for about a second and then turn off until the thermistor tells it the system is getting too hot ( I think this is called Acoustic management)
you should be able to bypass this in BIOS if you want, but as your system gets to windows those fans should kick in..
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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