Thank u so much for the answers 😮
Well I try to explain what i've done so far.
First of all, i dont use Windows Software like FanExpert, ArmoryCrate, or 3th party tools.
I try/tried to set the ideal fan-settings on the bios only.
Previous I set my :
CPU/CPU-Opt to Standard (These are the outtake 3 Fans of the AIO cooling)
Waterpump to max/full (This is the AIO Waterpump)
The 3 Bottom Fans to Standard (intake Case Fans)
The 3 Side Fans to Standard (intake Case Fans)
The 1 Rear Fan to Turbo (outtake Case Fan)
The problem was the Hysteresis aka spin up and down when i open a browser, surf, work on Office)
This was not manageable in Bios and was terrible.
Today I set up:
The same set up like above BUT with ASUS AI Cooling enabled in BIOS.
The Hysteresis seems to be gone :o:o:o
Now my Questions please:
1.) Does ASUS AI Cooling (only in BIOS) overrite the Silent/Standard/Turbo/etc. ?
2.) Does ASUS AI Cooling (only in BIOS) set a hidden Hysteresis, since it seems to works now?
3.) Do I have to set Hydonode to enable or disable (I have all beQuiet! Hispeed PWM Fans built in the Case (Expect AIO Fans, these are ASUS original)
4.) Do i have to Run Fan-Expert Program in BIOS?
Thank u all so much for ur help! I really appreciate it ❤️
Have a good Sunday 😮
Hi Simon, I have Hydranode turned on (at least it shows that in Armoury Crate) but unless you are using a splitter cable and have purchased Hydranode fans, then I don't think it will make any difference. I don't have Hydranode fans, so for me I think it makes no difference at all whether it's on or off. I control most of my my fans via Windows software anyway. The only fan control I manage in Armoury Crate are for two extra fans that blow air towards my chipset to help keep it cool. Just convenient for me.
You should be able to set the fans how you want in BIOS if that's your preference. Just to say that hysteresis and the rate at which fans change speed are different settings (if offered in Fan Expert).
Rate settings determine how long it will take for a fan to increase speed from, let's say 1,000 to 2,000 rpm. This can be useful to avoid rapid changes so that noise is less noticeable. If noise is still an issue, then you can reduce the maximum speed setting, as long as you still get the cooling you need.
Hysteresis allows you to set a fan trigger temperature (let's say 55C to turn a fan on). Without hysteresis, the fan would just turn off again below 55C. However, if you set hysteresis to 10C (for example) then the fan will keep running until the temperature falls below 45C. Then it will stay off until the trigger temperature of 55C is reached again. I use this feature with my GPU fans. It just means that they don't turn on and off so frequently and I can keep the GPU cool (just in Windows when temperature tends to creep up very slowly) with a low fan speed because they are running for longer.
Don't be afraid to experiment until you get the noise and cooling performance that you are looking for. I don't know the answers to Questions 1 and 2 specifically, as I haven't really played with Fan Expert. You will probably get more sophisticated fan control if you use Windows based software - but entirely up to you of course. By the way, that freeware fan control software runs in its own folder, so you could try it and then just delete the folder if you don't like it. There was no install process when I tried it, so it will leave your copy of Windows nice and clean if that's your concern.
Have fun, you will do no harm in trying different settings 🙂
I wrote this before I saw MrAgapiGC's reply. Think we were both responding at the same time...