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hugo567van1
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how to acces fan control on new bios version

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I can't acces the advenced bios mode or find the fan control in the normal bios, I tried al tips on internet for know and didn't let me get in fan control, the bios is very limited and is very anoying when I get over 80c when gaming and I want to change the fan speed higher to cool better. does anyone know how I could change the fan speed?

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@hugo567van1,

You can use MSI AfterBurner, as shown and described here.

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sorry but I mean the cpu fan, my specs from cpu and gpu are:

i7-9700f stock intel cooler

2060 super

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@hugo567van1,

Is this of any value?

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005946/intel-nuc.html

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thank you for helping but this still doesn't get me any further. I can only see the dan speed that he is running now and there is no way to change them in the bios now, I need to know if there is a special way to get in something like advanced bios or a app that can change my cpu fan speed.

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@hugo567van1,

Still here for you.

Not an advocate for SpeedFan, but there is some good info.

https://windowsreport.com/increase-cpu-fan-speed-software/

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it didnt work, I contacted HP and they sey that you can't change the speed. but thank you very much for helping me!

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