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First, what specs are you running? Specifically how many fans, what fans, what case, what CPU, what GPU. 

 

As for what to do, lower the fan speed. monitor temps to make sure they're OK, and lower the fan speed until it either is quiet enough for your liking or the temps get higher than you'll like. 

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Just now, RONOTHAN## said:

First, what specs are you running? Specifically how many fans, what fans, what case, what CPU, what GPU. 

 

As for what to do, lower the fan speed. monitor temps to make sure they're OK, and lower the fan speed until it either is quiet enough for your liking or the temps get higher than you'll like. 

forgot to say its a laptop not a pc

 

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1 minute ago, ineedhelp.2145 said:

forgot to say its a laptop not a pc

 

Yeah, you're pretty much screwed. There are laptop coolers that can help, but they don't help a ton.

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Just now, RONOTHAN## said:

Yeah, you're pretty much screwed. There are laptop coolers that can help, but they don't help a ton.

but still can i make it atleast sound a little low?

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2 minutes ago, ineedhelp.2145 said:

but still can i make it atleast sound a little low?

There might be ways to adjust the fan curves on a laptop. But for the most part, it's a bad idea since laptops are thermally constrained as it is. 

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Just now, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

There might be ways to adjust the fan curves on laptop. But for the most part, it's a bad idea since laptops are thermally constrained as it is. 

ok

 

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How old is it? Might be time for cleaning and maybe also replace thermal paste.

 

You could also try undervolting if the laptop allows it.

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10 hours ago, ineedhelp.2145 said:

alright when i play games

the fans start sounding LOUD LOUD LOUD can i make them sound lower?

or wear headphones while gaming. That will help block most of the fan noise.

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When I run longer calculations on my Laptop I usually put it on books (one at the back right under the hinge and one in front under the track-pad). That way the intake on the bottom doesn't get choked out by the table the laptop is sitting on. Which makes it run cooler (~15C) and it is also noticeably quieter.

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On 5/14/2022 at 8:48 AM, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

There might be ways to adjust the fan curves on a laptop.

The usual way of doing this is a good vacuum cleaner,  get out all the dust from the vents... should lower fan speeds quite a bit.

 

On 5/14/2022 at 10:15 PM, Montana One-Six said:

When I run longer calculations on my Laptop I usually put it on books (one at the back right under the hinge and one in front under the track-pad). That way the intake on the bottom doesn't get choked out by the table the laptop is sitting on. Which makes it run cooler (~15C) and it is also noticeably quieter.

i use a laptop cooler and yeah, even if its not on the elevation already helps a bit (but not 15c bit in my case lol)

 

 

 

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11 hours ago, Mark Kaine said:

i use a laptop cooler and yeah, even if its not on the elevation already helps a bit (but not 15c bit in my case lol)

15C is max I have seen. The workload I'm talking about is also unusually long meaning several hours or even days. During that it only uses the CPU and RAM which made it go up to 89-91C. After putting it on books It maxes out at around ~75C.

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