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PatrickBateman1
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Reduce the fan Speed/Noise

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HP Envy 17 2000ef
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Hello!

 

I got an HP Envy 17 2000ef Intel Core  (i7 2630QM ) who got hot all the time and fan making a lot of noise!

1. The Fan 1 is stuck around 150-200 Rpm, it is normal?
2.  The Fan 2 make a lot of noise when it goes after 3000 RPM step, if it is around 2800 rpm the sound is acceptable,  there is a way to reduce it? ( i try with different software but look like i don't have access on it)

Thank by advance

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Hi @PatrickBateman1

 

Did you notice that SpeedFan 4.52 reports that your ambient temperature is 59C? 

59C=138.2 Fahrenheight

 

I suggest that you check to ensure that you have the latest BIOS installed. The Delta T algorithm that manages when the fan ramps up is in the BIOS firmware.

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PatrickBateman1
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Thank For your reply,
yes the ambien is wrong for sure ( Paris in Winter is not so warm lol)

So what does it means my sensor are wrong?

i can't find my product in the list to update the bios

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