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    Hot Shuttle

    Just got my first shuttle, an SB75G2 with an Intel 3.2 Prescott CPU, the back gets quite hot, and was wondering the fan which blows over the ICE system, shouldn't it be running faster? Hardly seems to be blowing out much air at all.

    Also running the pifast, it comes up quite slow compared with other processors in its class. Any ideas?

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    Well the fan speed is pre-set in the BIOS to run on AUTO until a certain temperature is reached. Usually the temperature is ~42°C and when this temperature is reached the fan will increase in RPM. So until then, the fan will spin rather slowly


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    Install speedfan and tweak the fan speed.

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    Nah, no need for that ^^Gord^^. I fyou just change the fan setting to Medium speed and then tweak the 'fan speed up temperature' to a slightly higher figure, you will have an ened result that cools slightly better and isn't too loud until a demanding application is run


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