You can use third party coolers with the unit but we cannot guarantee if the cooling solution is capable to cool enough the processor.
I recommend you accessing the fan options at bios level and set the Fan to be running at 1000 rpm. By doing this, the system should not crash. Another good step is to verify the Thermal Material on the fan in case that it is missing or requires more.
Thanks for the awnser Kevin.
Change the cooler ( fan ), could be an idea. Though i think it won't fit, i'll check that out.
As i said in my last message. With his mobo (DH55HC) and bios, i can't change the cpu fan speed. Only the rear and front fans. Setting the rpm to a higher minimal rpm should solve the issue. But i can't.
Thermal material, as in paste or ?
I will try this next weekend ( another fan ).
I still would like to know if this mobo+bios are able to change the min. rpm of the cpu fan.
i am 90% sure this will fix it. After restarting the pc a few times, the cpu got a bit hotter ofc.
Because of this the fan rpm started at 600 rpm ( or more ). This made pc start normally and when it was up and running, windows took over the hardware monitor and it run like never before.Cpu was cool, everything runnend smoothly.
Again, i will try it out, the things you told me. Thanks again for the response and i will get back to you.
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I have tested the same model from our side using an Intel Fan for this motherboard and I was not able to either replicate the issue you are having or changing the fan RPMs at bios level.
At this point and based on this, I recommend as mentioned before testing a different fan to discard a fan problem.