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HP Victus by HP Laptop 16-e0xxx

The only software that is able to change my fan speed is the official HP omen software...
But this only has a "auto" mode that runs way too hot and a "max" mode that spins fans up to max even if the system is cool.
I have tried allot of different software but all of them says my laptop does not have any sensors.

My laptop is running very hot, 77c CPU on idle, and it is brand new, is there any way I can remedy this by changing the software? The GPU temp is perfectly fine.

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I had problems looking up 16-e0xxx but it look like your system has Ryzen

There is ryzen master and also a "controller" as discussed here

https://www.reddit.com/r/overclocking/comments/rwibga/ryzen_controller_doesnt_work_in_hp_victus/

 

I do not have a Victus.  Please let me know if that "controller"  or the Ryzen Master can control temps.  According to that article temps is all the software is good for.

 

Alternately, you may be running in turbo mode all the time.  Have you looked at cpu-z to verify that the speed drops at idle?

 

I found that on Intel CPU going from %100 to %99 can make a huge difference in temperature.

BeemerBiker_0-1700995731493.png

 

There is, or was, a vulnerability in Ryzen Master that was fixed with a new version.  I have no knowledge of that "Ryzen controller" so be forewarned.

 

 


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I had problems looking up 16-e0xxx but it look like your system has Ryzen

There is ryzen master and also a "controller" as discussed here

https://www.reddit.com/r/overclocking/comments/rwibga/ryzen_controller_doesnt_work_in_hp_victus/

 

I do not have a Victus.  Please let me know if that "controller"  or the Ryzen Master can control temps.  According to that article temps is all the software is good for.

 

Alternately, you may be running in turbo mode all the time.  Have you looked at cpu-z to verify that the speed drops at idle?

 

I found that on Intel CPU going from %100 to %99 can make a huge difference in temperature.

BeemerBiker_0-1700995731493.png

 

There is, or was, a vulnerability in Ryzen Master that was fixed with a new version.  I have no knowledge of that "Ryzen controller" so be forewarned.

 

 


I am a retired Principal Analyst, and a community volunteer.
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Good day

I looked into Ryzen master and Ryzen controller. According to Ryzen master says I have an "unsopported cpu" even tho it is a Ryzen 5600H. This is especially weird as this laptop came with a "Ryzen master SDK" preinstalled. The Ryzen controller works but does about the same as the Omen software... a simple "auto" with no fancurve.

Checking gpu-z shows that the cpu does indeed slow down on idle, and spikes to 4.1Ghz when I open a tab or play a video. I assume this is normal operation.  Switching to 99%, like you mentioned, did remedy the problem a little, thank you. 

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