I just bought a new PowerSpec G443 Gaming PC. While my friend was helping me add a couple of hard drives, he also tried to be smart and update all the drivers, etc - including unfortunately the BIOS for the MSI Pro Z690-A WiFi motherboard, not realizing the PowerSpec was using a custom bios. While everything seems to work the fans no longer seem to change speeds.
Is there a way to renistall the PowerSpec custom Bios for the G443?
I'll post it in the morning with instructions to flash it. However, running the MSI BIOS won't cause any issues. You won't get any future drivers/BIOS updates specifically targeted at this model by us, as the computer hardware ID will change after updating to the MSI BIOS. There's no issue here, except you'll want to update the drivers regularly and with future windows updates.
The fan speeds, some systems won't detect our fan controller properly and it'll set that header to DC instead of PWM. This results in the chassis fans running at 100% and excessive fan noise. In our custom BIOS we set this to PWM as a default on the correct header, but we can help you set this manually as well if you would prefer the latest MSI BIOS.
Thanks for the quick response! The fans running at 100% are actually the only thing I've noticed since the unintentional Bios update. Everything else seems to be working great. I'm really pleased so far with this system.
If you can post the Bios that would be great. But if you can also tell me how to get the fans setup right again with the MSI Bios, I might just stick with that if thats really the only issue.
I've attached our latest BIOS. Here are the steps to flash. Copy the file to a flash drive.
That worked great. Thank you so much for your help. Its all running nice and quiet again with the stock BIOS and the fan profiles are back in the menu.
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