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Zalman and Antec question

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i have a zalman cnps7000b heatsink. when i attatch the fanmate2 controller and boot my pc the fan turns on for a sec, then the blue light shuts off and the fan slowly starts slowing down until it completly shuts off?

 

can this be resolved in my bios?

 

also, i have an antec lanboy case. i notice i have 3 leds: green, yellow and red. red is for hdd and green is the always lit led. i can't figure out what yellow is. my board nor case manuals say nothing about this. i looked at my connections and their all hooked up properly and no cables are missing. its funny, because i just noticed this when my bro bought the same case and noticed the yellow light lit. anyone have an answer to this one???

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Well the yellow light should be a standby light or something like that. I don't remember my Ultra-D having a connection for one, though your board may be different there.

 

As for the fanmate, do you have it hooked up to the mobo or a psu line? As hooking it up to the mobo you'll have the bios changing the fan speed and if you have the fan mate turned down it'll deliver only a fraction of the voltage that the mobo is giving the fan and could be causing the problems.

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The issue may be the "CPU FAN SHUT DOWN TEMP". This is settable in the BIOS. Change it to a lower number like 25 and see what happens, oh and be prepared for the increase in noise by running it at 100% ;)

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