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    Unhappy CPU Cooler Noise

    I have AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition processor and it's stock cooling fan is making huge noise only when I play games. In bios the rpm is approximately 4117 (variable) in the boot time. In addition, there's a smart fan option indicates (40"C ,55"C..........)at bios in my motherboard (MSI 880GMS E35) and 40"C is enabled. Now what should I do to reduce noise or fan's rpm? I have not faced this problem was not from the beginning. I need a solution except buying a new cpu cooler because if I do not play games it does not create any sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mukit View Post
    I have AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition processor and it's stock cooling fan is making huge noise only when I play games. In bios the rpm is approximately 4117 (variable) in the boot time. In addition, there's a smart fan option indicates (40"C ,55"C..........)at bios in my motherboard (MSI 880GMS E35) and 40"C is enabled. Now what should I do to reduce noise or fan's rpm? I have not faced this problem was not from the beginning. I need a solution except buying a new cpu cooler because if I do not play games it does not create any sound.
    The stock 955/965BE coolers are like whining dogs, they go up to 7K RPM at 100%. Set your smart fan profile to 55C so that the the fan spins up after you reach 55C or more. There's nothing you can do to stop the cooler from making that awful noise, I used to have it too with my 955BE. I had mine set at 55C, I recon you can also put a lower value for the fan to spin down. If you do have one, set it to 40C or say 35C.

    The noise you are getting is because you've set it at 40C which easily crosses that threshold during intense 3D or stressing the CPU.

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    I will do that but what to do with AMD calm and quite option? it is enabled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mukit View Post
    I will do that but what to do with AMD calm and quite option? it is enabled.
    Yes you can enable it. It'll lower clock speeds & voltages when the CPU is idling (desktop, browsing, etc), which would reduce temps even further so the cooler won't have to ramp up frequently. But can be a bit sluggish, since CnQ takes it sweet time to increase processor speeds corresponding to loads. If you had it enabled all this time, then just leave it like that. But if the option is disabled, enable it!

    Btw, it's CnQ ~ CoolNQuiet, not CalmNQuiet.

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    I set it to 55"C but it did not show much effective. (Noise reduced a little)

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    Bios e Cpu fan minimum speed- 62.5 Can I reduce it? (Disable,0,12, 40, 50,62.5.............)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mukit View Post
    Bios e Cpu fan minimum speed- 62.5 Can I reduce it? (Disable,0,12, 40, 50,62.5.............)
    Yes you can, for minimum try 40C. I'm afraid you can't do much above 50C, since Phenoms are highest rated at 62.5C after that, thermal throttling takes place. But your chip should be a C3, which can supposedly go up as high as 70C, but for maximum you should ideally set it to atleast 55C.
    Last edited by dipanzan; December 30th, 2011 at 16:00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mukit View Post
    Bios e Cpu fan minimum speed- 62.5 Can I reduce it? (Disable,0,12, 40, 50,62.5.............)
    leave it at 62.5% since lower may increase your idle cpu temperature. at 62.5% your stock fan speed may be around ~3200-3500rpm which is quiet enough for those tiny stock fans....

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