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Silencing The Fans on a HPE G8 Server… Amazing results!

If you’ve ever had a HPE server, you’ll probably know that if you add hardware that isn’t on the HPE hardware compatibility list, the built in management processor sets the fan speed way in excess of what they need to be, increasing noise and power consumption.

Please note: This article is mostly finished, but there are some things to be added in future, please check back for updates. I’ve added the link to the reddit thread on how to install 2.73, the version I used, and the yaml for the dashboard I made in Home Assistant for monitoring temperatures. More will be added in the future! (Last updated: 2022/05/26 13:44

Second update! If you would like to jump to the second update from 2022/05/26 you may skip to that using this link.

I’m amazed how much I’ve managed to reduce the fan noise from my G8 HPE server. I’ll update the article when I’ve taken some before and after SPL meter readings some day soon to put some numbers to it, but it’s gone from a constant loud whirring to about the same volume as a regular desktop.

You could hear it through the walls with the door shut, but now with the door open I can hear my partner typing in the lounge.

The old way to reduce fan noise was to put an Arduino in, cut into the PWM signal wires for each fan, and ‘massage’ the signal coming from iLO, so you can map it from iLO’s requested speed, (say 50%) to the speed you actually want (say 30%) but still have it capable of requesting 100%.

With this it was quite the hardware mod and would be a pain to install, especially for people without Arduino and soldering experience. It’d also be a bit of a pain to undo it if you wanted to for whatever reason).

So one of the things that was causing my server to run hotter. is the P420 RAID card, it’d run at about 85C, so to make it run a little quieter, I got one of these boost converters and set it to boost 5v to 12v for a standard 120mm fan, but you could just buy a USB fan, however I was working with what I already had. 🙂

An image of a circuit board used to boost voltages from the input side to higher voltages on the output side.


Then I spliced a header onto the 12v side so I can plug an unmodified fan in, and a USB connector on the other side (just some cheap 2m USB cable with lighting connectors on them. they were cheap and I won’t use them for anything else since I don’t have anything Apple).

I did some testing, just to make sure that the fan and module didn’t draw above 500mA, since I didn’t wanna fry my internal USB port! Here’s a picture of the whole assembly:

A 120mm fan, small soldering iron, USB power bank, and a circuit board on a small wooden tray, illustrative of how I built my custom 120mm fan


Then I installed it in the server, right above the RAID card’s heat-sink like this:

An image of a 120mm computer fan slotted into a rack mount HPE G8 server on top of a RAID card to improve temperatures and airflow.

So that was one of the problems causing the fan speeds to go up sorted! Next thing, there’s a community created new version of the iLO4 firmware, that’s been hacked to allow us to change fan speeds and curves.

To install it, you have to open the case and move the iLO security jumper to the off position, to disable users/passwords and the ability to flash an “unsigned” iLO firmware.

Here’s a link to the reddit thread with install instructions. I will copy these to the article later. https://old.reddit.com/r/homelab/comments/hix44v/silence_of_the_fans_pt_2_hp_ilo_4_273_now_with/

Once you’ve got it installed, you can SSH into ILO and run fan info g which will show what sensors are the hottest in each group. If there’s some hardware in a group that’s not on the HPE compatibility list, the system will increase the fan speeds to err on the side of caution, since it doesn’t know anything about it.

For example, in this screenshot, the biggest influence on faster speeds in Group 0 is Sensor 50, since it’s the one with the asterisk next to it.

Output of the command 'fan info g' from the modified iLO4 firmware, showing which sensors influence each fan's speed calculation.


On my system, the biggest problem causers were sensors 34, 35, 50, 51, 52 and 53, which you can change how each one affects it’s PWM calculation by reducing it’s weight (I think that’s the best way to describe it) by doing fan pid 34 lo 3500 , and going through and doing it for each of the problematic sensors you have, but remember to do each adjustment one at a time and keep an eye on your temperatures if you do something wrong you can quickly reset ILO.

You can get a list of sensors and their temperatures from within ILO with fan info t . I found a recommendation online that it’s good to set the minimum speed of Fan 0 and Fan 1 a bit higher than normal, just to keep the power supplies cool. If they hit a certain temperature, they go berserk, so I set mine to have a minimum speed of about 24%, with fan p 0 min 63 and fan p 1 min 63.

This is so much simpler than any hardware modification, although there’s one caveat with it. The output for the fan command will only display the first time ILO runs and only on your first ssh login. The commands will still work afterwards, but there’ll be no command output displayed. If you want to see the output again, you’ll have to restart/reset the iLO controller from the diagnostics menu and login again.

I also spent some time automating a way to watch the temperatures in home assistant from iLO, which I’ll share here when I update the article. I’m not 100% happy with how the dashboard looks, but it’s letting me monitor it just to make sure I haven’t screwed anything up 🙂

Here’s what that looks like.

An image showing colourful temperature gauges (in Home Assistant) to show how warm each component in the server is.

Here’s the sensor code to add to Home Assistant if you want to get it to log the data.

sensor:
- platform: hp_ilo
host: <ip or dns>
username: <ilo user with read access>
password: <a strong random password>
monitored_variables:
- name: Server Fan 1
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "%"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.fans["Fan 1"].speed[0] }}'
- name: Server Fan 2
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "%"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.fans["Fan 2"].speed[0] }}'
- name: Server Fan 3
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "%"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.fans["Fan 3"].speed[0] }}'
- name: Server Fan 4
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "%"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.fans["Fan 4"].speed[0] }}'
- name: Server Fan 5
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "%"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.fans["Fan 5"].speed[0] }}'
- name: Server Fan 6
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "%"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.fans["Fan 6"].speed[0] }}'
- name: Server Inlet Temperature
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["01-Front Ambient"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server CPU1 Temperature
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["02-CPU 1"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server CPU2 Temperature
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["03-CPU 2"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server P1 DIMM 1-6
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["04-P1 DIMM 1-6"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server P2 DIMM 1-6
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["05-P2 DIMM 1-6"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server P1 Mem Zone A
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["06-P1 Mem Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server P1 Mem Zone B
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["07-P1 Mem Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server P1 Mem Zone C
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["08-P1 Mem Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server P2 Mem Zone A
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["09-P2 Mem Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server P2 Mem Zone B
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["10-P2 Mem Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server P2 Mem Zone C
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["11-P2 Mem Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server HD Max
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["12-HD Max"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server Chipset
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["13-Chipset"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server Chipset Zone
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["14-Chipset Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server Power Supply 1
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["15-P/S 1"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server Power Supply 2
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["16-P/S 2"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server Power Supply 1 Zone
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["17-P/S 1 Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server Power Supply 2 Zone
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["18-P/S 2 Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server VR P1
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["19-VR P1"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server VR P2
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["20-VR P2"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server VR P1 Memory
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["21-VR P1 Mem"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server VR P2 Memory
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["22-VR P2 Mem"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server SuperCap
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["23-SuperCap Max"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server ILO Zone
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["26-iLO Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server LOM Zone
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["28-LOM Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server RAID Card (PCI3)
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["31-PCI 3"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server PCI1 Zone
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["35-PCI 1 Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server PCI2 Zone
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["36-PCI 2 Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server PCI3 Zone
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["37-PCI 3 Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server PCI4 Zone
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["38-PCI 4 Zone"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server System Board A
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["41-System Board"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server System Board B
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["42-System Board"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server System Board C
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["43-System Board"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server System Exhaust A
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["48-Sys Exhaust"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server System Exhaust B
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["49-Sys Exhaust"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server System Board D
sensor_type: server_health
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.temperature["50-System Board"].currentreading[0] }}'
- name: Server Current Power
sensor_type: server_power_readings
unit_of_measurement: "Watts"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.present_power_reading|replace("(", "")|replace(")", "")|replace(", \u0027Watts\u0027", "") }}'
- name: Server 24 Hour Maximum Power
sensor_type: server_power_readings
unit_of_measurement: "Watts"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.maximum_power_reading|replace("(", "")|replace(")", "")|replace(", \u0027Watts\u0027", "") }}'
- name: Server 24 Hour Minimum Power
sensor_type: server_power_readings
unit_of_measurement: "Watts"
value_template: '{{ ilo_data.minimum_power_reading|replace("(", "")|replace(")", "")|replace(", \u0027Watts\u0027", "") }}'

This took me some time, especially to get the power consumption working to only collect the numbers, the template was a bit of a pain to get right, but it works fine. If you’d like the same “Gauge” dashboard I have, you can add this yaml as a new dashboard.

views:
- theme: Backend-selected
title: Server - New
path: server-new
type: sidebar
badges: []
cards:
- type: horizontal-stack
cards:
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_chipset
name: Chipset
needle: true
max: 110
min: 10
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 80
red: 105
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_chipset_zone
name: Chipset Zone
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 95
red: 100
min: 10
max: 110
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_cpu1_temperature
name: CPU 1
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 50
red: 70
max: 110
min: 10
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_cpu2_temperature
name: CPU 2
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 50
red: 70
max: 110
min: 10
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_hd_max
name: HD MAX
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 60
red: 80
max: 110
min: 10
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_ilo_zone
name: ILO Zone
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 100
red: 105
max: 110
min: 10
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_inlet_temperature
name: Inlet
needle: true
max: 110
min: 10
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 45
red: 49
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_lom_zone
name: LOM Zone
needle: true
max: 110
min: 10
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 45
red: 49
- type: horizontal-stack
cards:
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_p1_dimm_1_6
name: P1 DIMM 1-6
needle: true
max: 110
min: 10
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 67
red: 87
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_p1_mem_zone_a
name: P1 Mem Zone A
needle: true
max: 110
min: 10
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 80
red: 85
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_p1_mem_zone_b
name: P1 Mem Zone B
needle: true
max: 110
min: 10
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 80
red: 85
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_p1_mem_zone_c
name: P1 Mem Zone C
needle: true
max: 110
min: 10
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 80
red: 85
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_p2_dimm_1_6
name: P2 DIMM 1-6
needle: true
max: 110
min: 10
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 67
red: 87
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_p2_mem_zone_a
name: P2 Mem Zone A
needle: true
max: 110
min: 10
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 80
red: 85
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_p2_mem_zone_b
name: P2 Mem Zone B
needle: true
max: 110
min: 10
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 80
red: 85
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_p2_mem_zone_c
name: P2 Mem Zone C
needle: true
max: 110
min: 10
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 80
red: 85
- type: horizontal-stack
cards:
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_pci1_zone
name: PCI1 Zone
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 67
red: 72
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_pci2_zone
name: PCI2 Zone
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 67
red: 72
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_pci3_zone
name: PCI3 Zone
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 67
red: 72
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_pci4_zone
name: PCI4 Zone
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 67
red: 72
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_power_supply_1
name: Power Supply 1
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 68
red: 88
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_power_supply_2
name: Power Supply 2
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 68
red: 88
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_power_supply_1_zone
name: Power Zone 1
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 80
red: 85
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_power_supply_2_zone
name: Power Zone 2
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 80
red: 85
- type: horizontal-stack
cards:
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_raid_card_pci3
name: RAID Card
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 70
red: 100
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_supercap
name: SuperCap
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 45
red: 65
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_system_board_a
name: System Board A
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 90
red: 95
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_system_board_b
name: System Board B
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 90
red: 95
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_system_board_c
name: System Board C
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 90
red: 95
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_system_board_d
name: System Board D
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 60
red: 65
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_system_exhaust_a
name: Exhaust A
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 90
red: 95
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_system_exhaust_b
name: Exhaust B
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 90
red: 95
- type: horizontal-stack
cards:
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_fan_1
name: Fan 1
min: 1
max: 100
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 50
red: 70
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_fan_2
name: Fan 2
min: 1
max: 100
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 50
red: 70
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_fan_3
name: Fan 3
min: 1
max: 100
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 50
red: 70
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_fan_4
name: Fan 4
min: 1
max: 100
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 50
red: 70
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_fan_5
name: Fan 5
min: 1
max: 100
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 50
red: 70
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_fan_6
name: Fan 6
min: 1
max: 100
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 50
red: 70
- type: horizontal-stack
cards:
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_vr_p1
name: VR P1
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 115
red: 120
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_vr_p2
name: VR P2
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 115
red: 120
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_vr_p1_memory
name: VR P1 Memory
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 115
red: 120
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_vr_p2_memory
name: VR P2 Memory
min: 10
max: 110
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 115
red: 120
- type: gauge
entity: sensor.hp_ilo_server_current_power
name: Power
min: 40
max: 300
needle: true
severity:
green: 0
yellow: 200
red: 260
view_layout:
position: sidebar
title: Server Statistics

Obviously, you can go into ILO and just say “run the fans at this speed” but it’s kind of imprecise and blunt, and it won’t change if there’s an actual need (like some hardware gets hot), so I went for the precise or surgical option so that it can still manage temperatures fairly effectively, just told it to ignore the ones that don’t really make any sense.

Overall, I’m extraordinarily impressed, it’s unreal to go from loud white noise you can hear all the time to barely being able to tell it’s running from a few feet away. I hope my experience will be useful to others, and I’ll get the other parts written up here when I’ve had change to put all those pieces together so it’s a bit easier to follow and everything will be included. Check back soon for that :3

Update 2: 2022-05-26 – Further updates and testing.

So I woke up this morning and I thought to myself “the server seems a bit loud” and checked what percentage the fans were running at. They were indeed high all running at 66%. The above settings that I used for my G8 were perfectly fine if the ambient temperature was around 20C or less. However, given that we’re heading toward the middle of summer, the house temperature is creeping up to around 25C during the day, and easing to about 20, 21C at night, so my initial settings weren’t controlling the fans as much as I wanted, so I went back and took a closer look.

It appears (in my server at least) that temperature sensors 50,51,52 and 53 don’t appear to relate to any physical sensor or connect to reality in any way, but were still set to ramp up the fans if they reported that the temperature was higher than 30C, so it finally encouraged me to learn exactly what the fan commands do. For the changes the the PWM algorithm you use fan pid <n> where <n> is the number of the sensor and then what part of the algorithm calculation you want to change. The ones I looked at were ‘lo’ which is the minimum fan PWM speed for that sensor ‘hi’ which is the maximum PWM speed for that sensor, and ‘sp’ or setpoint to control which temperature should trigger the highest speed for that sensor.

For sensors 50,51,52,53 I determined that they didn’t really have any connection to the temperature of any of the hardware, so I increased their setpoint for each by 10 degrees, fan pid 50 sp 4000 (you put the degrees celcius in without the decimal point, so in this case 4000 is 40.00C. I then changed the minimum speed for those too, from the PWM level of 35 ( fan pid 50 lo 3500 ) to a PWM level of 24 ( fan pid 50 lo 2400 ) the PWM level can be between 0 and 255, and for the calculation you add an extra two zeros onto the end.

Graph showing a mostly steady fan speed of between 57% to 66% for 24 hours then a sharp reduction in fan speed from 66% to 35% over the next 2 hours.

I’ve included a graph of one of one fan’s speed for the past day or so. The only major temperature that I’ve been keeping an eye on is the RAID card, which was running at about 57C and is now running at 63C, but considering before I modified it and put a 120mm fan in there (shown earlier in the article), it was running at 85C therefore I believe 63C is perfectly acceptable and it’s no longer influencing fan speed.

Now I’ve got it mostly to ignore readings that I couldn’t relate to anything “real”, it’s now basing it’s speed calculation on the hottest component (the RAID card) when checked with fan info g so it seems everything is fine. Will monitor over the next few days just to make sure, update the article as necessary but so far everything is good and back to being quiet 🙂

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