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George98701
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How do I change my fan speeds? My system is only a few weeks old and runs pretty hot.

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HP Omen 30L GT13-0xxx
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My temps under load are exceeding 80 degrees and I’d rather they didn’t, having the fans on max doesn’t concern me e.g. noise. Just want the temps to be lower whilst I’m gaming. I know this isn’t a solution but will get me by until I’ve got some spare cash to buy and install some water cooling. It’s mainly the cpu which is affected Ryzen 7 3700x 8 core 16 thread

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You can use MSI burner for GPU fan and undervolting for temp control.

 

For other fans,  you can use OMEN Gaming Hub set to turbo but it's not very effective or precise in my opinion. They have programs like SpeedFan to control but it takes a bit of learning to get used to.

 

 

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You can use MSI burner for GPU fan and undervolting for temp control.

 

For other fans,  you can use OMEN Gaming Hub set to turbo but it's not very effective or precise in my opinion. They have programs like SpeedFan to control but it takes a bit of learning to get used to.

 

 

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Thanks for replying! I managed to figure it out yesterday, I have msi afterburner but it was doing anything. Apparently you have to open the omen gaming hub in order for third party apps like msi, speedfan etc to take effect! 

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