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AI Suite 3 Version 3.00.10 & 3.00.13 - user test/report thread

MasterC
Community Admin
Community Admin
Please check the product support page for your board and download Ai Suite 3.00.14 or 3.00.13 (if available).


If you have a Ryzen-based system:

Ai Suite 3.00.13 updated for compatibility with Ryzen power plans (no other changes):

https://drive.google.com/file/d/14NC...ew?usp=sharing

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LordDain wrote:
Although in general most of Aisuite III seems to be working on my Maximus X Hero board, I do have noticed sometimes that in Fan Expert the curves that are linked to the onboard thermal sensor do whatever they feel like it. The yellow dot (which marks the place on the fan curve according to the current temperature) is where it should be, but there's also a secondary yellow dot ghosting somewhere along the 10-15% fan speed in those curves (in my case way below what it should be) and the fans seem to be running @ that speed/dot. If I then manually move one of the curves and apply, all fans seem to reinitalize and run at the correct speed.

This is weird cause it doesn't seem to be an issue with software not talking to the hardware properly, but more an issue in the software itself where some kind of alternative curve is activated (maybe some for of silent mode) which seems to (not graphically) overrule the actual fancurves.

I really like fan expert and on my Asus Z170 Pro gaming it has been working flawless for 1,5 year. Would be disappointing if this flagship motherboard it wouldn't work!


I am having the same issue but only with chassis fan 1. Chassis fan 2, 3 and CPU follow the set curves. If I "Reload Custom Curve" from the list it will follow that curve for a short time and then drop to a lower speed with two dots, one ghosted out. Same happens to chassis fan 1 if I use the preset curves like standard or turbo. Using AIS3 3.00.13 and DIP5_1.05.14

Microsoft Windows 10 Professional (x64) Build 17134.191 (1803/RS4)
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700K CPU @ 4.20GHz
ASUS PRIME H270-PLUS Intel H270 (Kaby Lake)
BIOS Version: 1205
Crucial Technology 1200.5 MHz (DDR4-2400 / PC4-19200) BLS8G4D240FSB.16FB 4x8GB
EVGA GTX 1050 Ti SC ACX 2.0
SSD INTEL SSDPEKKW512G7

Bill S.

VelocityRC wrote:
I am having the same issue but only with chassis fan 1. Chassis fan 2, 3 and CPU follow the set curves. If I "Reload Custom Curve" from the list it will follow that curve for a short time and then drop to a lower speed with two dots, one ghosted out. Same happens to chassis fan 1 if I use the preset curves like standard or turbo. Using AIS3 3.00.13 and DIP5_1.05.14
Bill S.


I am also using 1.05.14 and 3.00.13. However I am not using Chassis fan 1, but Chassis fan 2,3 and the HAMP (for the pump). First time I noticed it happened on the Chassis fan 3 because it stopped the fans. When enabled / refreshing the curve it would up the speed and I could also hear that waterpump rising in rpm. This is when I started to check all 3 and they all suffer from the same issue (just very bad that it actually stops my top exhaust rad fans!). I didn't realise the fans had stopped until I saw the water temps in my loop rise to 38 or so under low load.


Edit: I changed the windows 10 power plan to High Performance and being afk for dinner, fans are still running according to curve. Will keep updating if this has definitly solved the issue.

Edit2: So I dug a little bit deeper and turned on Windows Power saver mode. This by itself didn't do anything but once I forced the PC to sleep, then woke the PC from it's sleep. I noticed that the same 'ghost' issue occured again. I then made a note of the estimated %setting on the RPM scale for the fans. Then I changed the Fan Expert to Standard et Voilá - the fan curve the standard profile is one MATCHED exactly the position of the 'ghosted' yellow dot in my own fan curve profiles - for all 3 fans!!!

So this is clear to me that after a certain status of the system, triggered by sleep or power saving features in Windows 10, the Fan Xpert switches back to the 'Standard' profile and forces any fans to run at the standard fancurve speed designation, while the GUI is still showing the Manual user defined profile. In this case the GUI is showing the user set curved with yellow dot on the fancurve, and a ghosted yellow dot where normally the 'Standard' profile fan curve is.

So it seems to me the fix would be easy - implement that the Fan Expert/AI Suite loads the most recent loaded user fan profile and not default to Standard.

Did I win a cookie?

GEORGIA DAWG wrote:
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (Fresh install today)
Z87-Pro V Edition motherboard

I just reinstalled Windows 10 Pro, and there is no version of AI Suite listed for my motherboard (under Windows 10). I installed the old version of AI Suite I had been using, and it asked to reboot to finish the installation, so I did. After I rebooted and the log in screen came up for me to log in to my pc, there was no way for me to log in. No log in prompt or anything, just the background wallpaper for the log in screen. I could not do anything at all! No options for me to reboot or shutdown. I had to press the power button to turn my pc off and on. I tried several times to reboot by doing this, but kept getting the same thing. After many failed attempts to log in to my pc, I had to do a complete reinstall of Windows 10 again. And that sucked!

So I ask, will there be a version of AI Suite to work with my Z87-Pro V Edition motherboard? My fans will run full blast without it. I did go into my BIOS and set them to silent mode, but they are still going faster than needed, and I hear them. AI Suite used to allow me to tune my fans, and this slowed them down to where I could barely hear them when doing only basic tasks on my pc. I liked that. AI Suite provided other nice features for me to use as well, and I hope to get a working version to use with my motherboard soon.

Too bad we can't simply get a universal piece of ASUS software to work on all of their motherboards, instead of being motherboard specific.

Thanks


You can set the fan speeds up manually in UEFI instead of using the silent profile.

GEORGIA DAWG wrote:
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (Fresh install today)
Z87-Pro V Edition motherboard

I just reinstalled Windows 10 Pro, and there is no version of AI Suite listed for my motherboard (under Windows 10). I installed the old version of AI Suite I had been using, and it asked to reboot to finish the installation, so I did. After I rebooted and the log in screen came up for me to log in to my pc, there was no way for me to log in. No log in prompt or anything, just the background wallpaper for the log in screen. I could not do anything at all! No options for me to reboot or shutdown. I had to press the power button to turn my pc off and on. I tried several times to reboot by doing this, but kept getting the same thing. After many failed attempts to log in to my pc, I had to do a complete reinstall of Windows 10 again. And that sucked!

So I ask, will there be a version of AI Suite to work with my Z87-Pro V Edition motherboard? My fans will run full blast without it. I did go into my BIOS and set them to silent mode, but they are still going faster than needed, and I hear them. AI Suite used to allow me to tune my fans, and this slowed them down to where I could barely hear them when doing only basic tasks on my pc. I liked that. AI Suite provided other nice features for me to use as well, and I hope to get a working version to use with my motherboard soon.

Too bad we can't simply get a universal piece of ASUS software to work on all of their motherboards, instead of being motherboard specific.

Thanks


I installed AI Suite III 3.00.13 and it seems to be working, at least as of now, with my Z87-Pro V Edition motherboard. I've only used Fan Xpert 2 to tune my fans, and it seems to have worked perfectly. I was unable to get my fans any quieter through UEFI, even by choosing "Silent Mode" . Fans are quiet as of now, so hopefully everything will be okay. And hopefully we'll get a nice, polished version of AI Suite for us all to use very soon! Or at least ASUS should offers us a stand-alone program for controlling our fans, and temp monitoring. 🙂

Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (Fresh install)
Z87-Pro V Edition motherboard

Can anyone help me?
I just installed this version of AI Suite 3.00.13 and updated my bios from my z270e to version 1203. Before that, I was able to control GPU fans with AI Suite, but after those updates I can't even see my GPU stats (i mean voltage, frequency, temperatures or RPM from the fan) I liked too much those controls for GPU fans but now i don't know what to do to adjust the fan curve
(don't suggest me GPU tweak, i don't like because it only has two points for fan curve)

Diegorro wrote:
Can anyone help me?
I just installed this version of AI Suite 3.00.13 and updated my bios from my z270e to version 1203. Before that, I was able to control GPU fans with AI Suite, but after those updates I can't even see my GPU stats (i mean voltage, frequency, temperatures or RPM from the fan) I liked too much those controls for GPU fans but now i don't know what to do to adjust the fan curve
(don't suggest me GPU tweak, i don't like because it only has two points for fan curve)


You could try MSI Afterburner. You can have up to 8 points.

But I hope ASUS will fix this, I have the same problem (and the card is seen in the BIOS).

Diegorro wrote:
Can anyone help me?
I just installed this version of AI Suite 3.00.13 and updated my bios from my z270e to version 1203. Before that, I was able to control GPU fans with AI Suite, but after those updates I can't even see my GPU stats (i mean voltage, frequency, temperatures or RPM from the fan) I liked too much those controls for GPU fans but now i don't know what to do to adjust the fan curve
(don't suggest me GPU tweak, i don't like because it only has two points for fan curve)



1) Graphics card model number?
2) Operating system?

Raja@ASUS wrote:
1) Graphics card model number?
2) Operating system?


1) ROG Strix Gtx 1070 OC
2)Windows 10 1709 (OS compilation 16299.192) (no updates before or after the update of AiSuite, nvidia drivers that I updated too to version 390.77 and BIOS update)

Raja
Level 13
Cant do or say much unless you provide full details of the platform/UEFI version used.

HeroVIII
Level 7
Grab you where you can comrades !, because the update of Windows KB4078130 comes possibly deployed in the next hours ...
I hope it has a satisfactory result.