Fan Xpert

by ASUSTeK Computer Inc

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: ASUSTeK Computer Inc

Last revision: Last week

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Fan Xpert is a program for ASUS motherboards, which allows you to control the speed of the CPU and CPU coolers do not go into the BIOS. It allows you to adjust the speed to ensure that the system components are at their normal temperature, while maintaining a balance between cooling efficiency and noise emissions. It is highly recommended that this program be used only by experienced users and that the overheating protection function be activated, which will force the computer to shut down when a hazardous temperature is reached by one of the system components.

The speed of rotation is adjusted using a graph, in which you can specify the dependence of the cooler speed (as a percentage) on the CPU temperature. This is to ensure that when the CPU temperature is low enough, the cooler resets the speed, thus producing less noise. When you start any programs that use the CPU intensively, the cooler speed will automatically increase to the user specified values to provide the processor with normal cooling (but the noise will increase).

Fan Xpert allows you to create custom profiles for speed versus processor temperature settings and even offers a number of ready-made settings. Do not try to install the program on motherboards other than ASUS, as you will still fail. The Fan Xpert incompatibility message will be displayed before the installer finishes its work. It is also worth noting that for correct work, programs connected coolers must support PWM (PWM).

- allows you to adjust the speed of coolers without using the BIOS;

- only works with ASUS motherboards;

- contains a configurable graph of the cooler speed depending on the CPU temperature;

- allows you to create your own settings profiles;

- is completely free.

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The support of the mainboard is quite important, but do not therefore choose to buy a dedicated high-end mainboard for overclocking and a large number of plug ports (SATA, PCI) while you only use to play game Or if just because you try to save as much as possible, you accidentally choose to buy a motherboard that can support very little and then after a period of use, it is discovered that you cannot add M.2 SSD or expansion card. Great support is only useful when fully utilized In short, to answer this issue will depend a lot on how you balance your needs, plan to add more components in the future.
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