Asus K7V fan speeds
Asus K7V (Bios v 1006) NOT OC
AMD K7 800
generic PC100 128 meg
Matrox Millenium G400 max DH
SB Live X-Gamer
D-Link 10/100 NIC
13.6gig WD 5200rpm HD
1.6gig Seagate (I think) HD
generic 50x CD-ROM
Just got my new MB and chip installed everything is working fine exept for 1 minor detail, the chassis fan speed in the Asus Probe software doesn't register. I can go into the BIOS and it is shown. I have also switched the fans around, and the CPU fan shows in all slots the chassis fan doesn't show in any spot but they both appear properly in the BIOS.
The chassis fan is a Radio Shack 12v. 80mm(?) 3 lead.
I have the same board. I have a full ATX tower with 3 case fans, + the power supply fan. I really don't use the moitoring program from Asus. The only monitoring thing i use is the Asus graphics card monitoring software (Asus V6800 Deluxe). I have a heatsink with triple fan. So I mean, monitoring a case fan is not a problem. Chances are by the times the fans fail, my system will be outdated. But if you insiste trying to monitor the fan, look into the settings on the Asus Probe program. If its shows up in BIOS, the it most likely show up on program. Let me know whats up.
There are no settings. Monitor the connection or not. That's it. I am not the only person that is having this prob, but not as many people respong on the Asus board. I thought I would have better luck here.
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I have the same problem with pcprobe 2.03 on my k7v. What I found was the label that pcprobe applies to the fan is incorrect. I can't recall which was which but an example would be that the bios was reading that there was a case fan and a cpu fan whereas pc probe would read that there were 2 cpu fans. I just moved the connectors around until the labels in pcprobe were correct.
It definately is a bug. It also wouldn't install in win2k so now I am using motherboard monitor .
[This message has been edited by SDT (edited 06-10-2000).]
Waterfall works excellent and has a lot of options. I wasn't aware that Waterfall was a monitoring software, I thought it was just something that reduces processor usage.
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