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2 month old OMEN desktop, Desktop-N2USAM5, running between 80 -85C.

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The desktop is running 80-85C when running Microsoft Flight Sim 2020. At this temp it will not last long. I need to create a new fan curve to increase the fan speed. Because of the poor design of the case I can not add a fan or even put in a larger fan. I can't use bios to set minimum fan speed because the computer has a UEFI boot, I can read the fan speed but can't change it. Any help would be appreciated. I bought this desktop to run the flight sim, $2500 internet box. I don't want to buy a case, mother board,and cooling system so I will have a descent system. [content removed.]

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I dont know the exact components of your desktop but I can tell you that those temps are normal.


My i7 8700 runs at 100 °C in nearly every AAA game. I have this computer now for over two years. I never had any problem with it. Please dont try changing the fan curves since this wont really do anything but ereasing your guarantee.


Intel CPUs have a max temperature rating of 100+ degrees. Since your computer does not reach those temps, everything will be fine.


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