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lezzo111
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fan1 3000+ rpm fan2 200+rpm

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2018 omen 15ce 15.6
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My 2018 15.6" Omen laptop has two fans. When they're both running fan 1 is normally at 3,000rpm+ and fan 2 at 200-300rpm.

while gaming my gpu reaches 97 degrees, cpu 92-93. is that normal? i've already updated the bios and checked other post but i couldn't find any answer.

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@lezzo111 

 

Fans are controlled by sensors and there are few heat sensors on machine. Depending which area gets hot, its sensor will ask fan to spin/rotate more.

 

Hope this makes sense.

 

Regards.

BH
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i think your reply is a bit obvious, my laptop reaches 97 degrees (ninetyseven) i know the fans are controlled by sensor but i think is not normal that one fan is turning at 3000+ while the other is only at 300 rpm, do you think it's normal having the second fan at 300rpm and a 97 cpu-92gpu degrees? i don't think so. my gaming laptop is constantly thermothrottling so my fps are often under 30. i think that's not normal for a 1500$ laptop

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