I have an H8DAE-0 board installed in my system and the fans will come on for a few seconds and then stop. I checked the BIOS and it is set for continuous fan power. The fans only kick in when the system is starting to overheat (72C) and then stop right afterwards. Lowering the overheat temperature is not an option.
I have another system with the same components and its fans run all the time. I have double-checked the power connections and all the fans are plugged in independently so I don't think the fans themselves are an issue. There are stand-offs under the board so I'm fairly sure that it's not a short happening under the board. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
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Re: H8DAE-0 Fan issues, stopping and starting.
Sounds as if you have a motherboard fault or a processor fault, as, if the processor is faulty, everything will stop, especially if the temperatures arent being read correctly by the motherboard causing the system to shut down before any damage is done..
It's a process of illimination i'm afraid
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