First time poster, first time ROG board owner, third asus board build
So I am having this issue (at least I think its an issue) with my CPU Fan RPM. Its RPM is very low all the time and I can't seem to figure out why this is the case. My current fan setup is I have 3 Noctua NF-P12's in my case. 2 are connected to the chassis headers as PWM and the 3rd is used as the CPU fan for the radiator and is hooked up to the CPU_FAN header as PWM. The pump for the H80i is hooked up to the CPU_OPT with its 3-pin connector. At first I didn't think this was an issue as maybe the low ambient temperature just wasn't making the RPM's rise, but as a test I started up BF3 and played for about 15 min and watched the RPM's of the fans and none of them changed. I would really think that the CPU Fan on the radiator would regulate itself based on load and change its RPM on the fly. Am I correct in thinking this? Please let me know if I am missing something and yes I am a noob when it comes to ROG boards and the AI suite stuff.
If possible my preferred solution would one where I do not have to use AI suite to make it work but rather the Bios would or mobo would regulate the CPU fan, but if not oh well.
Oh yea, forgot to mention that I had to set my CPU low level to 200 in the Bios just to get by the Cpu Fan error post boot
Thanks all for any help
Asus MAximus Gene V
3507K stock speed
Corsair H80i cooler
Samsung 128 GB 840 Pro Series SSD
Radeon HD 6970
Corsair 8GB Dominator Platinum @ 1600C8
All Fans - Noctua NF-P12