01-24-2022 08:00 AM
01-31-2022 11:14 AM
in Bios go to "MONITOR" scroll down to "CPU Fan" then choose "IGNORE"
01-25-2022 02:04 PM
Regarding a ROG Rampage VI Extreme motherboard...
I've got a water cooled setup so nothing is plugged into the cpu fan header.
This worked fine for months until I updated to the latest bios. Since then on boot it complains that "CPU fan speed error detected".
I've gone to monitoring > q-fan configuration and set the CPU fan control "cpu fan speed lower limit" to "Ignore".
However this doesn't help - I still can't boot and get the same issue.
I also tried setting CPU q-fan control from auto to disabled. This also didn't help.
Note that if I plug in a fan it does let me boot.
So it seems my bios are ignoring my choice to ignore cpu fan speed lower limit...
How can this be fixed?
01-31-2022 11:16 AM
Try plugging the AIO pump into the CPU Fan maybe
01-25-2022 07:09 PM
01-31-2022 11:13 AM
Ive had this with just about every ASUS MOBO Ive ever had. I just feed it the tach output of my aquaero. Doesnt matter whether I ignore it or not, It wont boot unless there is something there showing speed. You can plug in a case fan or just about anything to give is a signal and make sure you set that case fan to a static speed so it doesnt ramp up and down with the CPU, very annoying.