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omri09
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Manual fan control on Omen 15 AMD

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Hello, is there an update regarding the fan manual control or fan curve through the Omen Command Center like on the intel counterparts? There is only auto and max fan options in the Ryzen models and it's a bummer.

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Sparkguy
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I have the HP omen 4800h and 2060. I too would like better fan controls.

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omri09
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Apperantly HP just ignore this request which came up multiple times already by many owners.

Other manufacturers (ASUS for example) offers not only manual fan control but an option to configure a fan curve (fan rpm for every temperature range)

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Please HP , give manual fan controls to the amd model. Also the fans are on unnecessarily when on battery therefore giving less battery life......also please optimize the amd model for better battery life. These new ryzen chips are very power efficient but my laptop consumes -20W even when doing simple web browsing (got info using hwinfo). Please solve the issues with a bios update or update the omen command center sdk please.

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I have the same request, i'm a graphic designer and i use my laptop for many different scenarios other than gaming that require very different fan approaches. I already disabled the "fan always on" option in bios and set the cooling method to passive even when plugged, but i would definitely use a more granular fan control approach. That would also make it easier for me to suggest this laptop to other colleagues who would use it in a silent environment.

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 what are your temps?? I'm seeing 60C+ at idle ramping up all the way to 98 99C while under heavy load. I'm seriously concerned about this.

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MadeInSicily
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Ryzen 7 4800h, at idle it usually stays around 45-50° C, while gaming it doesn't go beyond 85-87° C.

Have you checked in task manager what are the most cpu intensive tasks running while in idle?

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Hi@omri09, Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

I reviewed your post and I understand that the computer is overheating.

 

Don’t worry, I assure you I will try my best to get this sorted.

 

I would like to inform you that 90C is normal on the gaming computer. I recommend you use the Omen command center to change the settings which suit your needs.

 

Please refer to the below article for more information.

 

https://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c05387497

 

 

Hope this helps! Keep me posted. 

 

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Service host win service at about 2 2.2 % still, seeing your temps I think there is definitely a issue with my unit. If I disable turbo boost it stays at 40C at idle and 60 65 under heavy load, bcz it runs at stock 2.8

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MadeInSicily
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In windows advanced power management i left the boost at maximum and set the minimum processor speed to 75% for plugged mode, maximum processor speed at 99% both for plugged and battery mode, set cooling critheria to passive for both modes and disabled both fast boot and any kind of hybernation. I also noticed light studio in the command center kept running even when not using it, so i uninstalled it.

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