You have a modular PSU, yet you have this mess? Looks like you can hide you 20-pin behind the motherboard plate. Can do that with GFX power also.
And I thought meant you case fans. I was talking about those, not your CPU fans.
CPU fan speed, rather 3 or 4 pin, can be controlled by BIOS. I control speeds myself.
It is set to low right now. It is an ASUS motherboard, but it doesn't seem to do anything.
ASUS has this fan software which is nice as in easy to use, but also no options for CPU fan (says it cannot be controlled).
Not that I mind, nothing normal pushes the CPU even near 70C and I want to keep it that way.
I also enabled the back fan per recommendation. 40% at ~540 RPM at idle.
And tied up some cords a bit better "freeing" up the GPU spot a bit when I put in Crucial M500 480GB.
CPU cooler is gigantic and is a very tight fit, but it very sexy.
My second build will feature a tower case instead.
PSU is partially modular, the default cords cannot be removed - thus I have few extra cords wasting space.
Edited by _Alexander, 26 April 2014 - 01:52.