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Omen 30L
Microsoft Windows 11

i have had my cumputer for one year and the fans recently started being very loud when i playing games like battlefield. Feel like this should work perfectly.

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Hi,

 

I have been looking for perfection all my life. I can't find it. It is impossible to reach the algebraic limits of zero or one.

 

Do you like to troubleshoot problems? If no, take the PC to a local PC tech for assistance. You may have a component (motherboard, CPU or graphics card) temperature problem. Maybe you need to upgrade the fans or you need more fans, if possible. The 30L case has limited fan options.

 

Or you need to reapply CPU thermal paste. Could be a MB temp sensor problem.

 

I always check new PC builds as follows:

 

Download the following software.

 

HWiNFO portable (Link). Run this software alongside the following CPU and graphics card tests to check temps.

 

CPU test (Prime95).

Graphics card test (FurMark). i think FurMark will give temps and other data as the test runs.

 

I can't get into the detail on how to use the above tests. You will have to mess around till you get what you need.

 

This process should give you an idea on what component is causing high fan speeds.

 

Other tests to run are as follows:

 

Time Spy-free (Link).

Heaven (Link).

 

Maybe a different forum member has additional suggestions.

 

Best wishes, hope you isolate the fan problem.

 

Regards

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Hi
you say the computer is already a year old ..
in one year, dust may have accumulated!
therefore check all the air in / out.
open the computer, and check
Dust can be one of the causes
especially, if you clean the interiors, make the computer unplugged, and with only adapted solutions
there is this video from hp, but seems incomplete to me:

Reducing Heat Inside the Computer to Prevent Overheating | HP Computers | HP - YouTube

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