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    Posted: 02 Jan 2021 at 12:21pm
I just received my Lumo's not long ago and I'm loving every bit of it. It's been running flawlessly so far but I have a concern. When I use HWmonitor to check out my benchmarks I see that my Chassis 4 runs at 2000+ consistently and the sound is noticeable even at idle at all times. Is this normal and intentional from when DS installed them or could there be a simple fix to it if needed. Attached is a pic of my stats when practically idle. Thank you guys in advanced :)





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Without the custom fans, the only place you could find a way to control case fans is in the UEFI BIOS. Mine is from 3 years ago, but I did tinker a bit. It's going to vary from board to board and case to case, I think.

This is far from critical, and your temps are uniformly killer. There seems to be room for that fan to come down some wherever it is in the case. DS may be your best recourse to ask and get answers, but understand this is not going to be a priority troubleshoot.
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Without the custom fans, the only place you could find a way to control case fans is in the UEFI BIOS. Mine is from 3 years ago, but I did tinker a bit. It's going to vary from board to board and case to case, I think.

This is far from critical, and your temps are uniformly killer. There seems to be room for that fan to come down some wherever it is in the case. DS may be your best recourse to ask and get answers, but understand this is not going to be a priority troubleshoot.


Yes, I've read that this is quite high for idle fans. I'm wondering if anyone else who got a Lumo's has a similar situation and this is normal. That's good to know, thanks for the heads up Cretae. You're always so helpful :)
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Yes, I've read that this is quite high for idle fans. I'm wondering if anyone else who got a Lumo's has a similar situation and this is normal. That's good to know, thanks for the heads up Cretae. You're always so helpful


I have a completely air-cooled Lumos with an i7-9700K and an RTX 2070 Super.

Here is a snapshot of my cpu temps at idle.
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Yes, I've read that this is quite high for idle fans. I'm wondering if anyone else who got a Lumo's has a similar situation and this is normal. That's good to know, thanks for the heads up Cretae. You're always so helpful


I have a completely air-cooled Lumos with an i7-9700K and an RTX 2070 Super.

Here is a snapshot of my cpu temps at idle.


Yeah, you're fans doesn't seem top be spinning no where near the 2000+ RPM my chasis 4 is consistently spinning at so I'm not sure if this is normal or not. It does seem to keep my cpu cool though.
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  Quote N3rO Quote  Post ReplyReply bullet Posted: 21 Jan 2021 at 11:40am
So will basic chasis fans stay at one setting? That sucks if I'd need to get a new set of fans.
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