[SOLVED] Case fans and PSU fans still spinning after shutdown.

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Hi,

So I just built a new pc and I noticed that my PC Case fans (not my radiator ones) and psu fan keep spinning after full shutdown.

I've waited a while to see if they do eventually shut off but they don't :/.

I have tried disabling fast boot, hibernation, checked bios and set everything to pwm, and still nothing.

Can anyone help me with this?

Thanks.

Specs:

I7 13700k PL to 200W
Gigabyte z690 Aorus Elite AX
32Gb DDR5 5200mhz corsair dominator
Rtx 3090 gigabyte oc
750w nzxt psu
360mm cooler master illusion aio
4 extra case fans
 

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May 30, 2016
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Hi,

So I just built a new pc and I noticed that my PC Case fans (not my radiator ones) and psu fan keep spinning after full shutdown.

I've waited a while to see if they do eventually shut off but they don't :/.

I have tried disabling fast boot, hibernation, checked bios and set everything to pwm, and still nothing.

Can anyone help me with this?

Thanks.

Specs:

I7 13700k PL to 200W
Gigabyte z690 Aorus Elite AX
32Gb DDR5 5200mhz corsair dominator
Rtx 3090 gigabyte oc
750w nzxt psu
360mm cooler master illusion aio
4 extra case fans
 

Blanned

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May 30, 2016
83
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10,640
0
Hi,

So I just built a new pc and I noticed that my PC Case fans (not my radiator ones) and psu fan keep spinning after full shutdown.

I've waited a while to see if they do eventually shut off but they don't :/.

I have tried disabling fast boot, hibernation, checked bios and set everything to pwm, and still nothing.

Can anyone help me with this?

Thanks.

Specs:

I7 13700k PL to 200W
Gigabyte z690 Aorus Elite AX
32Gb DDR5 5200mhz corsair dominator
Rtx 3090 gigabyte oc
750w nzxt psu
360mm cooler master illusion aio
4 extra case fans
 

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Rtx 3090 gigabyte oc
750w nzxt psu

You're advised towork with a PSU that has 1.5KW of power at the entire system's disposal due to transient power spikes.

That being said, might want to see what your current BIOS version is for your motherboard. As for your build/cooler, you sure you connected the components to the right header?
 
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