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How to control fan speed on laptop

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HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop 15-cx0xxx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My fans are always hot even if I am using hp coolsense. I was wondering if there was a fan control program where you can manually control your fan speed.

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Thanks for the number. HPs site that gives me the "complete" specs is down. But I got enough to know what yours mostly has. But I cannot get a release date. 

Are you under warranty still?

If you're at 80c at idle, does this temp go up quickly after first power-on or after playing a game?

Did this happen just recently or has it been this way out of the box?

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Hello @aynzo 

Please include the full Product Number of your HP device.

You can find it in the HP Support Assistant.

 

HP's don't have a manual fan control.

When you say the fans are hot, what do you mean? You need to read the temperatures of the CPU/GPU to get a better idea of what hot is. Gaming will always make the temps rise and so will the fans. They will always spin faster when the cpu gets hot due to its usage. Otherwise your PC would be shutting down.

 

This tool is a good one to read the temps... https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

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My "normal"cpu temperature of my laptop is 80 degrees without any programs running and i removed dust 6 days ago from my fans inside my laptop.

 

this is my product number: 5MK62EA#UUW

 

 

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Thanks for the number. HPs site that gives me the "complete" specs is down. But I got enough to know what yours mostly has. But I cannot get a release date. 

Are you under warranty still?

If you're at 80c at idle, does this temp go up quickly after first power-on or after playing a game?

Did this happen just recently or has it been this way out of the box?

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