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HP OMEN 15-dh1****nt Laptop fans not working Properly

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I have a HP OMEN-15 Laptop with these sepcs:

  • Win 10 home edition
  • Intel i7-10750H
  • 16GB Ram
  • 512GB SSD
  • Nvidia RTX2060 6GB

A few months ago the fans of the computer was blowing out a lot of air compared to how it is now. Now the PC heats up so easily and gives me very poor experience with games. The games start normal at 60FPS or 144 FPS then drops down to 30FPS after some time. The CPU degree is at 50C to 60C for casual tasks, 70C to even 90C while gaming. Is there any way i can fix this problem? If wanted more detail i can elobrate further.

  • I did the Extensive System diagnosis and it passed every test.
  • I Updated my BIOS to the latest version.
  • I installed the latest version of my Graphics driver.
  • I tested my CPU using Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool and it passed every test.

If you are having the same problem or have a solution for this problem I would be more than happy to hear it.

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Sounds like the fan may be clogged with dust. Try sticking a bent out paperclip in the fan grille to hold the blades and then blow in compressed air like from a can using the straw to direct it right in there. If dust flies out that means it is doing some good. 

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Sounds like the fan may be clogged with dust. Try sticking a bent out paperclip in the fan grille to hold the blades and then blow in compressed air like from a can using the straw to direct it right in there. If dust flies out that means it is doing some good. 

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Thank you so much. I actually couldnt believe the amount of dust that would come out of fans.

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