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Fans dont spin enough

So i recently tried gaming I installed uncrashed and msi afterburner and monitored everything, CPU temps above 90 or 85 same with GPU, 10gigs out of 16 is being used for ram
Main problem, My fans don't spin fast like I cant even hear them while gaming with no sound in game, I installed a bios update and the fans went crazy fast, I wanna make the fans spin so I get better temps any good way to do that.
My laptop is the IdeaPad Slim 5 16IRL8 with I5 13500H Intel iris xe and 16 gigs LPDDR5

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7 minutes ago, Owais345 said:

So i recently tried gaming I installed uncrashed and msi afterburner and monitored everything, CPU temps above 90 or 85 same with GPU, 10gigs out of 16 is being used for ram
Main problem, My fans don't spin fast like I cant even hear them while gaming with no sound in game, I installed a bios update and the fans went crazy fast, I wanna make the fans spin so I get better temps any good way to do that.
My laptop is the IdeaPad Slim 5 16IRL8 with I5 13500H Intel iris xe and 16 gigs LPDDR5

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I'd try FanControl, but I've never used it on a laptop

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9 minutes ago, OddOod said:

I'd try FanControl, but I've never used it on a laptop

does not work

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Dang. Looks like there would need to be a plugin made for FC to be able to do that. There exists one for Dells and you could maybe put in a feature request for a Lenovo one. 
Lenovo themselves don't seem to have an OEM solution and have even stated that they don't intend on making one
There is a github project that might work. It looks a bit sketchy so who knows, but it has been updated recently so even if it doesn't work, you might be able to talk to the repo owner about what it would take to get it running on your machine
https://github.com/simonchen/LenovoFanManagement

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53 minutes ago, OddOod said:

Dang. Looks like there would need to be a plugin made for FC to be able to do that. There exists one for Dells and you could maybe put in a feature request for a Lenovo one. 
Lenovo themselves don't seem to have an OEM solution and have even stated that they don't intend on making one
There is a github project that might work. It looks a bit sketchy so who knows, but it has been updated recently so even if it doesn't work, you might be able to talk to the repo owner about what it would take to get it running on your machine
https://github.com/simonchen/LenovoFanManagement

I'll try it

 

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1 hour ago, OddOod said:

Dang. Looks like there would need to be a plugin made for FC to be able to do that. There exists one for Dells and you could maybe put in a feature request for a Lenovo one. 
Lenovo themselves don't seem to have an OEM solution and have even stated that they don't intend on making one
There is a github project that might work. It looks a bit sketchy so who knows, but it has been updated recently so even if it doesn't work, you might be able to talk to the repo owner about what it would take to get it running on your machine
https://github.com/simonchen/LenovoFanManagement

it says i dont have .net but I have it 

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10 minutes ago, Owais345 said:

it says i dont have .net but I have it 

Okay, I was gonna ask which .NET, but this is jsut a BAD error message
I pulled the source code and built it myself. Looks like it needs some .net 5.0 runtime which you can get from microsoft. 
If you happen to have VisualStudio you could build it yourself, but that's a lot of effort toget control over your fans 
I will note that the interface for the tool is in chinese

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2 minutes ago, OddOod said:

Okay, I was gonna ask which .NET, but this is jsut a BAD error message
I pulled the source code and built it myself. Looks like it needs some .net 5.0 runtime which you can get from microsoft. 
If you happen to have VisualStudio you could build it yourself, but that's a lot of effort toget control over your fans 
I will note that the interface for the tool is in chinese

I'm willing to do anything to get control of them now 

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3 minutes ago, OddOod said:

Okay, I was gonna ask which .NET, but this is jsut a BAD error message
I pulled the source code and built it myself. Looks like it needs some .net 5.0 runtime which you can get from microsoft. 
If you happen to have VisualStudio you could build it yourself, but that's a lot of effort toget control over your fans 
I will note that the interface for the tool is in chinese

and i have no idea how to build it 

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8 minutes ago, Owais345 said:

and i have no idea how to build it 

Install VS community edition (be aware that I have never successfully removed VisualStudio from a machine without a full OS reinstall)
Open the .sln file with VS
hit Build
it will complain it doesn't have the appropriate framework installed and that .net 5.0 is unsupported
install anyway
build again
it should spit out an exe in bin\debug\x86 which should run

Alternatively, go to the github page and put in an Issue

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17 hours ago, OddOod said:

Install VS community edition (be aware that I have never successfully removed VisualStudio from a machine without a full OS reinstall)
Open the .sln file with VS
hit Build
it will complain it doesn't have the appropriate framework installed and that .net 5.0 is unsupported
install anyway
build again
it should spit out an exe in bin\debug\x86 which should run

Alternatively, go to the github page and put in an Issue

I'm stuck at build it gives me various errors

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17 hours ago, OddOod said:

Install VS community edition (be aware that I have never successfully removed VisualStudio from a machine without a full OS reinstall)
Open the .sln file with VS
hit Build
it will complain it doesn't have the appropriate framework installed and that .net 5.0 is unsupported
install anyway
build again
it should spit out an exe in bin\debug\x86 which should run

Alternatively, go to the github page and put in an Issue

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3 hours ago, Owais345 said:

I'm stuck at build it gives me various errors

Click off the the warnings and you should see that there is a .resx file that's got an error. 
Google the error message and there should be a stack overflow thing on how to unblock the file

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