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HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop - 15-dk1017ur
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello, I have an overheated laptop, I cleaned it, changed the thermal paste, but nothing helps. The problem is the slow speed of the fans. I installed CoolSense - didn't help. The Omen Gaming HUB didn't help, because nothing is available there except the component temperatures. The system (Windows 10/11) does not see the fans, the system and other programs write (NaN). Installed the latest BIOS - didn't help. I have tried everything.  In my opinion, the problem is in the BIOS, which limits the ability to adjust the voltage, core frequencies, fan speed control. This is an essential part for gaming laptops. Is it possible for me to get a modified BIOS so that I can at least adjust the fan speed.

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