My computer overheats and give me a bluescreen, then shuts off. After shutting off, it turns on again and the fans start spinning really fast / loud. It seems like the computer has to overheat and die for the cooling to actually give it's full potential. Is there a way to make the fans spin faster BEFORE it overheats? I wear over-ear headphones and don't really notice the noice it makes, I just want my computer to run cold and for it not to overheat and die. And before someone ask, the computer is two months old and is in a clean enviornment, dust is not the problem. Thanks in advance.
After spending 4 days trying to solve the overheating, I found that a program called MSI Afterburner solved my problem after tweaking some fan settings in it. I haven't experienced overheating after installing that program... yet. Hopefully, I'm not jinxing it by posting this. I checked the BIOS, and there were absolutely no settings I could make that was gaming / performance related. All I could do was turn secure boot on and off and stuff like that. It is kind of ridiculous to sell a "gaming computer," but then give the user absolutely ZERO control over it. There are ZERO settings you can tweak either in the BIOS or through a pre-installed app to tweak performance...
Hi, i tried that program. Not sure about the settings, but it seems to work so far. Settings i tried is Auto Fan Speed, Syncronize settings with similar....and Force fan speed. So far its good. I will keep it going on startup and see what happens the next days. Tx for the info 🙂
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