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Fan Speed Control

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Pavilion Gaming 16 a022x
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I have heating issues as I use the laptop is very hot environments. I was wondering if there was a way to force fans to go 100% all the time. They only kick in when cpu temp goes over 70C and shut down when temp goes below 65C. I checked the BIOS menu (which has basically nothing), and Speedfan didn't recognize my fans. Do HP Gaming laptops not have Fan Speed Control?

 

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I believe HP is working on this. At the beginning HP gave this option but after some hiccups from users (over control) HP gave this option for heat sensors but many users want to control fans back.

 

From my view, mixing sensors and users is the way to go but how to program sensors to stop users overdone this option may take time.

 

Hope this makes sense.

 

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BH
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