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idata
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Intel chasis sc5650ws Fan's Roaring

HI,

 

I have, Dual E5620

 

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/301520-28-intel-chasis-sc5650ws-roaring# MOBO S5520sc INTEL

 

G Card http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/301520-28-intel-chasis-sc5650ws-roaring# FX 1800 Nvidia

 

Chassis SC5650 Intel

 

 

And the problem with me is that my fan are producing too much of noise these days and now really its not comfortable for me to work on it for 8 hrs a day cuz of that harsh noise. i donno wats wrong ..plz help me bcuz i m in great need of it.

 

 

It has setting named http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/301520-28-intel-chasis-sc5650ws-roaring# FAN SPEED which consist of two tabs inside that ,first one is http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/301520-28-intel-chasis-sc5650ws-roaring# PERFORMANCE and second one is ACCOUSTIC or something like that.Its set to PERFORMANCE by default.

 

 

I've updated my Bios too and dint got any difference because there is no option of reducing fan speed or something like that.Is there any software for windows which can regulate fan speed according to our need.

Last night front panel's eclamation mark light was green and was blinking but now it is orange and stable.I' ve read bios error message it says--

( 84f3--BMC in update mode). I am really suffering with this all mess plz help me.

C A N A N Y O N E H E L P

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Edward_Z_Intel
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Seems something is wrong with BMC status...

First try to apply the latest http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=19704 BIOS/Firmware package. Pay attention to the BMC update part and see if it completes successfully. If you see any error messages, post it here.

Second thing to check is the BMC Force update jumper. It should be in 1-2 position for normal operation. BMC functionality is disabled when BMC Force Update is enabled, thus all fans will be running at full speed. Only use it if normal BMC update process fails. After BMC update completes, power off the system, unplug power cord and restore the jumper to default (disabled) position.

idata
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DSilv11
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And after you do all the above, try removing AC for 1 minute then power back up.

Your BMC controls the fan speed. Since it seems to be stuck in update mode, all fans go to 100% to make sure nothing over heats while the update is in progress. (which should have taken ~ 2 minutes when you were flashing that part of the BIOS)

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