Program to edit the extra fan that's connected to the case?

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  1. Satangel
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    Satangel BEAST

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    Hi,

    I have 3 fans in my case, 1 for the GPU, 1 for the CPU and 1 extra fan that is attached to the case.
    How can I edit the one for the CPU and the one that is attached to the case?
    Can I do that with Everest?

    And my GPU is around 40 degrees Celsuis according to Everest, but still the fan for it is running at 2700 RPM's, which produces a lot of sound.
    I'm just in Windows, browsing and listening to music and still it's spinning like crazy!
     
  2. Scorpei

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    What video card do you have? Riva tuner can change fan proramns afaik (gpu). As for the case fan, maybe speedfan?
     
  3. Satangel
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    Satangel BEAST

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    I have a Nvidia Geforce 8800GTS 512 MB.

    But I rebooted my system, and it's all fixed now, the GPU fan doesn't make a lot of sound anymore.
    It's all back to normal now.

    I have Riva Tuner and I have Speedfan.
    But in Speedfan, I tried lowering the speeds of the fans to hear what fans were which fans in the system, but I didn't hear a real difference.
    Do I have to press another button or so? I just changed the values to 0 and listened for 10 seconds or so.
     
  4. Joe88

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    are the fans 4 pin?
     
  5. Maz7006

    Maz7006 iSEXu

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    Happens all the time to my 8800 GT, i dunno why, but just like you, i restart and then its fine.

    i wonder why though ?
     
  6. UltraMagnus

    UltraMagnus hic sunt dracones

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    you can't actually control case fans unless they are connected to your motherboard in some way, a lot of case fans just connect directly to your power supply, which will require a fan controller to control