Hi everyone. A quick primer for those who may not be in the know. MSI Afterburner is unable to control the 3rd fan on the 3xxx series since EVGA has their own proprietary fan control. EVGA Precision X is necessary for this. The issue is, Precision X is generally unreliable and the two programs conflict with each other if they are running at the same time. I think I have found a reliable way to control the 3rd fan though! Completely quit MSI Afterburner Start Precision X Click the button near fan control to link all 3 fans together. Increase the fan speed from 0 to some random amount. Completely close Precision X Open Afterburner and move the fan speed value to some random value. Check your case and you'll notice all three fans moving. Note: This does not last through restarts. You'll need to repeat the process if you restart (and probably between log outs). I don't sleep or hibernate my computer so I don't know if it stays through those. Lat note: I am on the latest release of Precision X, Geforce Drivers, and am using MSI Afterburner 4.6 Beta 4 (this is critical).