Hi I'm using a DX58SO board for 8 months and above.I am really satsfied from it. I n the past 2 weeks my fans take full speed of rpm and i can't control them or do something. I am using the Intel(R) Desktop Control Center and nothing can stop it, i tried to decreased the rpm but they still spin in full speed. I updated my BIOS but that wasn't enough to resolve my problem. The noise that is taken of the fans is very spasmodic.
WHAT I MUST TO DO???
Try this out: Shut down your system. Remove power cable. Open your case. Clean the inside. You might use a blower to blow out the dust in the cooling fins of the cpu cooler. After this put everything back and power up and see if you still have the problem.
Hope this helps and good luck.
Disconnecting the PSU will sometimes make the fans run at full speed. The solution to such a situation is to reset the system with the ac power to the unit not disconnected. So pressing the reset button is one solution. Another is to let the OS restart - if it is windows, click start then restart.
Sorry for my previous reply, but I was desperate and I thought someone tries to be very clever. Of course, disconnecting PSU from electricity may cause on Intel boards running fans at full speed. Then I must reset (or twice turn off the computer) and it should work. But now I have the problem, that it is not working even if I restarted the computer. Probably something goes wrong (I also tried BIOS settings). Thanks.
I tried to be serious in responding to members of this community. However, I notice that there are members who requiries help sometimes tend to be rude to members responding them. Others pretend that they need help but actually seems their intention is different but to just ridicule whoever answer them. Others go ego tripping which resulted to revealing their ridiculous technical ideas or just plain ignorance.
Going back to your problem it seems that either your reset function (which affects initialization) is defective. It could be the PSU or in your mobo or the Control Center changing the bios. I don't have any solution for this. I'm sorry.
I have exactly the same problem: CPU fan is running at max. Though I can slow it down from Desktop control center. It all happens after changing HDD and adding a new DVD-rom. Heatsink is clean and computer too. Bios is updated and DCC too. Seems that hardware upgrade did this, but what will be the solution? Any ideas?
did u try to turn off HDD and DVD device (power supply) than test. Reset your Bios, try another psu. I think that problem is in one of devices or mybe in your power supply. Try to disconnect al devices except MBO ,CPU and VGA ,test then. (also disconnect all USB ,firewire and audio connectors).