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Chassis fans do not show in sensors (ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming-ITX/ac)


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Hello,

Jayz' video on his sensor panel brought me here. I'm attempting to set up a panel for my PC but am struggling to figure out how to make my chassis fans be detected.

I have an Asrock z390 ITX Phantom Gaming with 3 fan headers on the board. They are CHA_FAN, CPU_FAN, and CPU_FAN/W_PUMP. My chassis fans are Inwin Serius Loop ASL120 and are on a PWM splitter. I have attempted to plug them in to CHA_FAN as well as CPU_FAN but neither seem to allow AIDA to read the speed. My CPU pump has read, and changed name, just fine when plugging into CPU_FAN or CPU_FAN/W_PUMP.

I've read through a few posts and found things such as how Asrock muxes(?) fan headers together which is why I tried moving the fans to a different header. I also included the ISA Sensor dump which I saw requested a few times.

Any help or ideas would be appreciated

isasensordump.txt

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10 hours ago, Khufu said:

Turns out the issue was the splitter I was using. I daisy-chained my fans and plugged them directly into the board an AIDA now detects them just fine.

Awesome ;)

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