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Case fan runs on standby

This fan is 3 pin and i tryed both fan 1 and 2 both the same and to be sure this is right gigabyte ga-ma790fx dq5 not 6 if u need more info i'll give it thanks for ur time.
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Hi neezels, go to page 53 in you're manual. Scroll to the bottom of the page to ( System Smart FAN Control). This is you're case fan. This is why you're system fan is running while in standby.

By enabled you're case fan will still run but adjust it's speed acording to the motherboard temp. Even though you're system may be in standby you're case fan will continue to fun to maintain temp. (Pretty smart noard)!

Mike

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    Mike Peluso Apr 14, 2008

    Link to you're board. Gigabyte GA-MA790FX-DQ6

    http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/Mothe...

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    Mike Peluso Apr 14, 2008

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    Mike Peluso Apr 22, 2008

    neezels,
    GIGABYTE GA-MA790FX-DQ6
    System Smart FAN Control (Pg. 53), your manual.
    Enables or disables the system fan speed control function. Enabled allows the system fan to run
    at different speed according to the system temperature. You can adjust the fan speed with EasyTune
    based on system requirements. If disabled, system fan runs at full speed. (Default: Enabled).



    Mike

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