I have just upgraded to this MB, and is wondering why Asus has choosen to specify so high temperatures in the Q-Fan settings.
To me, the range is completely useless, leaving me no choice other than to use Speedfan for controlling the fans. My system never gets above 42 degrees, even at a hot summers day.
Asus specifying a range from 51 to way above Athlon 64's thermal specs is totally insane, and will produce a higly unstable system if someone chooses to use the Q-Fan feature. Someone could get the idea that the temperature settings is reused from an Intel board Bios to save time. :grin:
One could hope that someone by Asus reads on in this forum, and will correct this matter in the next Bios release.
A temperature range starting at 40 degrees in step of 2 would make sense, and usable together the boxed cooler and large coolers to.
Just my 2-cent.