07-20-2019 02:02 PM
My desktop that I am using for 6 months is getting overheated and shuts itself down few times a day.
I have Advanced System Care tray on the screen and can see temperature of CPU/GPU/Main board going up and down with Fan speed always about 1700-1730 rpm.
Could you advise what are limits for that model Fan speed? Is Fan speed supposed to vary with the temperature changing?
I can not find service manual for that model 24-e027c on Internet - could you advise where I can get it?
I am using that PC for office work only - no gaming at all. And it works fine except that unfortunate overheating issue.
Your kind advice will be greatly appreciated.
07-20-2019 06:08 PM
You will be contacted concerning this issue by an HP representative. Usually within 36 hours.
The fan should ramp-up speed. A meager 30 RPM, IMHO, is not sufficient.
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07-20-2019 06:29 PM
@Wb2001, thanks for your response.
When you're saying "A meager 30 RPM" - what do you mean? In my post I mentioned the fan speed always between 1700 RPM and 1730 RPM. Is it a low speed? Should it rise with the temperature?
07-22-2019 10:52 AM
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