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I've had my omen 15 for over 2 years and i dont know if it came out the box like this but i've noticed on my omen 15, I've felt the air coming out of the fans and the gpu fan is pushing a lot of air out and keeping my gpu around 65 C. While my cpu fan pushed out barely any air and kept temps around 88 C - 93C on my cpu with about 20-30% utilization. Is this by design or a faulty fan? Also, I got all these numbers from omen gaming hub

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@Dachsie 

 

Each area has a fan which is controlled by heat sensor(s). When an area is hotter, sensor(s) will command its fan to spin harder. Therefore 2 fans will spin at different speeds.

 

From my view, this is a good design.

 

Hope this makes sense.

 

Regards.

BH
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