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AnnaTheKitty

Fan is system managed

HP support is kinda correct there. Tempering with OEM system will make you lose warranty, and they can't take responsibility of suggesting or allowing something that may cause overheating etc.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So, I have a computer with a fan, for some reason they decided it to be system managed, I can't find out how to change the speed manually, and HP support won't help me because it may cause my computer "overclocking or over-throttling causing hardware malfunctions" which makes no sense. I don't care about how loud it is, a fan is a fan, it's job is to cool the system not just blow at the speed of a snail.
I got a HP All in one 24-g014 if that helps out.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
34 minutes ago, Saksham said:

can you get into bios or is it locked?

Yup I can, on the top says HP Setup Utility and the bottom it says "Version 2.17.1255. Copyright (C) 2016 American Megatrends, Inc." if that is any helpful.
I looked around a bit and under power then thermal it shows the CPU Fan speed, and there is no way for me to change it other than to see the fan speed.

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What rpm is the fan running at and what are your load temps?

If the system hasn't been cleaned, it may be clogged with dust that may impair cooling as well.


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1 minute ago, WoodenMarker said:

What rpm is the fan running at and what are your load temps?

If the system hasn't been cleaned, it may be clogged with dust that may impair cooling as well.

According to the bios it is saying I am getting 2400 rpm atm on idle, can't tell what it is on when I start to play games on it.

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HP support is kinda correct there. Tempering with OEM system will make you lose warranty, and they can't take responsibility of suggesting or allowing something that may cause overheating etc.


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On 6/24/2019 at 11:14 PM, AnnaTheKitty said:

According to the bios it is saying I am getting 2400 rpm atm on idle, can't tell what it is on when I start to play games on it.

That's pretty high on idle. Have you tried cleaning the system of dust? HP recommends using a vacuum at the vents. https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03712115

Have you tried using SpeedFan? http://www.almico.com/sfdownload.php


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