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    Turning off fans with software???

    I have three very noisy case fans on my computer connected with the 3 pin adapters.

    Is there any way of turning them off with programs? There must be a way, as they turn off in suspend mode.

    I just want to be able to turn them on and off easily.

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    Motherboard Monitor does have an inbuilt CPU warm up feature, that can suspend the fans from thier headers, i think it realy depends upon your Motherboard though.


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    oh, I didn't see it last time, I'll have another look.

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