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Fan control warning


Manual fan speed control is an advanced funtion and should not be used if the BIOS of your mainboard does offer you an option for fan control. Setting a fan to a low speed value may lead to insufficient air flow inside your PC and therefore to insufficient cooling of its components. This may damage your processor and/or lead to other problems, including but not limited to, damage to your system components (e.g. your motherboard or memory), system instabilities, data loss, reduction in system performance, shortened processor and/or system component life and in extreme cases, to total system failure.


THE VENDOR OF ARGUS MONITOR DOES NOT PROVIDE SUPPORT OR SERVICE FOR ISSUES OR DAMAGES RELATED TO MANIPULATING THE FAN SPEED OF YOUR PC, AND CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE IF YOU DAMAGE ANY OF YOUR SYSTEM COMPONENTS BY USING MANUAL FAN SPEED CONTROL. YOU MAY ALSO NOT RECEIVE SUPPORT OR SERVICE FROM YOUR BOARD OR SYSTEM MANUFACTURER.


PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE SAVED ALL IMPORTANT DATA BEFORE USING MANUAL FAN SPEED CONTROL.


ONLY ENABLE THIS FUNCTION IF YOU REALLY KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING.


In case you decide to use this function please also consider to set a fan speed warning threshold, which can be done in the settings.