In computer BIOS settings for Intel desktop boards, Automatic Fan Detection is a fan control option for detecting fans added to the motherboard. Users can select the following settings;
Next Boot: Detect fans added to the motherboard upon next boot only.
Disabled: Will not detect fans added to the motherboard, new fans may perform erratically.
Always: Detect fans added to the motherboard (may cause a slight delay and increased noise during startup).
See “BIOS Beep Codes” in the Quick Reference section of
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