06-17-2019 03:33 AM
I did fix this problem with the software notebook fancontrol 1.6.3.In profiles choose for omen x 17 HP Pavilion 17-ab240nd.
Then edit and put in fan configuration max speed 90 or higher but not 100% as you computer will hibernate immediately
If the temp is erratique just reboot and this software with this profile should read your temp correctlythen slide and control the fan speed.
For peace of mind don't tick start with windows.
07-05-2019 03:40 PM - edited 07-06-2019 02:39 PM
fancontrol version 1.6.3. works. I have an Omen 15-dc00xx and if I want to, I control the fan speed.
Set your profile (Selected config) to: Pavilion 17-ab240nd.
Then I renamed this profile to my name notebook to make it nice 🙂
07-19-2019 03:19 AM - edited 07-19-2019 03:20 AM
the notebook fancontrol settings that worked for me are as follows:
this is different form the one thats currently in notebookfancontrol.
anyways, read register: 88 write register 88 untick use different min/max, max fan speed 99 (the different config was 70 and it spun it to only about 70% I think). notebook fancontrol is available from https://github.com/hirschmann/nbfc/releases
edit: this gets them to loud fast too, the config that was already in nbfc didn't do that for me.
08-03-2019 02:31 PM - edited 08-07-2019 11:53 AM
hi and thanks for info,
The majer difference in fan speed was to install omen command center and put the laptop in Performance in the Performance control tab, it did a very big difference in fan speed even tho it was on 100% in notebookfan control, it was something like extra 30% fan speed.
hope it helped someone
edit: i stopped using notebookfan control, my computer locks randomly on any fan speed