ASUS Fan Xpert
ASUS Fan Xpert introduces a new method of software fan controlling capabilities and provides it to specific ASUS motherboards. Most of those supported motherboards are situated into the upper-intermediate as well as the top tier of ASUS Intel motherboards.
Unless you are the proud owner of such a motherboards, you would advise you to look somewhere else for an application that may fit your very own preferences when it comes to controlling the speed of your fans without a proper hardware controller. Our recommendation is to pick one of the classics, such as SpeedFan.
The second iteration of the ASUS Fan Xpert barged in when the Z77 chipset enabled motherboard series were first launched back in 2012 with some very interesting features that caused some effect on the community. Users were crowding to see this particular piece of software in action.
The application promises the best balance between efficient system cooling and low noise. For starters, ASUS Fan Xpert works with 3-pin fans as well as with 4-pin fans, thus stepping in a rather unexplored terrain. Auto Fan Tuning is the core feature of the program and it is recommended to follow its steps in order to properly assess each and every fan in the system.
With ASUS Fan Xpert you are able to search for your fans within your case and select the position of each one of them in order to provide the application with all the data it needs to design the best profile for you. It does that by stopping all the other fans so you can quickly find out what fan you are actually searching for.
The bottom line is that ASUS Fan Xpert gets as close as any software ever did to a physical fan controller and thanks to its witty implemented technology, can also be regarded as better than some basic hardware counterparts. While the community it addresses is somehow limited, the things it can achieve are, let’s face it, extraordinary.