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Windows 7: fan speed is to slow


10 Feb 2013   #1

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fan speed is to slow

Hello evreyone,

First of all im not good in english.
i am having some trouble with my laptop fan,
when i am gaming it will go all fine untill the core (intel i3) is getting hot, then the game is running bad it are getting pictures (60 FPS to about 3-4 FPS) and i have downloaded a few programs to see the core temp, and it is 85 degrees Celsius when it reaches 90 degrees Celsius then the fan is comming to action and cools it and then the game is running fine again untill it is getting hot again.
how can i increase the fan speed so the games arn't running slowly?
thanks for help allready!

Greetz, mastergast.

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10 Feb 2013   #2

Desk1 8 Pro / Desk2 7 Home Prem / Laptop 8.1 Pro all 64bit
 
 

Hello and welcome mastergast mate you are in danger of burning out the CPU and / or the machine that temp is way too high I consider 50C a bit too high on my lappy.

The fan is speeding up because the temp sensor in the CPU is telling it to and it is also shutting itself down for that same reason.

Mate you need to seriously think of getting the machine cleaned out real quick as the small cooling radiator sounds as if it is blocked with dust and crud - there is no alternative!!.
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10 Feb 2013   #3

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hey Icit2lol

that is not the problem. i allready cleaned it up from dust, but there are programs like: speedfan, or rivatuner that can control the fan. but they arn't working, i tried evreything allready and no result so i came to this forum in hope you guys know a option so i can controll my fan manualy. the fan is getting into action when my laptop is getting realy hot, but that is not my biggest problem, becouse i can't game when it is getting hot the game is so laggyy then.
so you have any options to control the fan manualy?

grtz Mastergast
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10 Feb 2013   #4

Desk1 8 Pro / Desk2 7 Home Prem / Laptop 8.1 Pro all 64bit
 
 

None that I know of mastergast sorry mate but I would be happier if you could elaborate on how you cleaned it out as most I have had to do are only properly cleaned out by removing the bottom panel and removing the cooler system and giving it a thorough clean, cleaning the fan thoroughly, and also redo the thermal compounds. Just blowing it out doesn't cut it with me.

Just how old is the machine as I have found some Toshiba's (mostly) and others which have thermal compounds really hard even after three years and the graphics chip well it's compound just like a piece of rubber - useless.

The other thing I was wondering too is has this been happening since new? and / or only since you have been doing some serious gaming?
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10 Feb 2013   #5

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my machine is about 3 years old.
but it has been doing this from the 2d week or somthing.
just to be clear the fan is waiting for the verry last moment before it burns then it is comming into action.
so i need somthing to speed up the fan manualy or make shure it is blowing early enough so is doesn't lagg anymore.
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10 Feb 2013   #6

Desk1 8 Pro / Desk2 7 Home Prem / Laptop 8.1 Pro all 64bit
 
 

Well might I respectfully say that you should have taken it back when you first bought it as that is a very abnormal function.
The fan speed is dictated by the temp that the core is running at - at any one / given time in any machine and there is no way that I know of that you can manually change the speed in a laptop.

The only speed controls for fans I have seen are the ones that one can install in (typically) a desktop machine. These devices are really quite large by their very nature and there is no way you could fit one in a laptop - even the small types that are usually about the size of a matchbox.

Now I stand to be corrected on there not being a software that can do what you want and also on anything that I have stated but I honestly think there is something very wrong with the machine especially the fan speed control via the core temp.

I don't want to sound rude but have you referred it back to the manufacturer or the dealer you got it from? if not then I would advise that you do it will not cost you anything to ask and like I said I could be wrong but I am fairly certain that I am not.
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10 Feb 2013   #7

windows home premium 64 bit
 
 

i have friends with the same problems 2
they all have different lapops.
but my biggest problem is:
the programs that i downloaded like speedfan rivatuner ect...
are not detecting my fan
so i can't control them.
some are saying i have to do that in the bios (when lapop starts up pressing F2 for settings)
without result...
do you have any ideas how i can acces the fan in bios or making speedfan detecting the fans?
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10 Feb 2013   #8

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Hello mastergast, which specific laptop do you have (model number)?
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10 Feb 2013   #9

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EasyNote TK85

From packard bell
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10 Feb 2013   #10

Desk1 8 Pro / Desk2 7 Home Prem / Laptop 8.1 Pro all 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mastergast View Post
i have friends with the same problems 2
they all have different lapops.
but my biggest problem is:
the programs that i downloaded like speedfan rivatuner ect...
are not detecting my fan
so i can't control them.
some are saying i have to do that in the bios (when lapop starts up pressing F2 for settings)
without result...
do you have any ideas how i can acces the fan in bios or making speedfan detecting the fans?
Ok I have been onto a mate and I stand corrected the Speedfan can be used but he has not had much luck with it. There is another MSI Afterburner you can try. I do notice that the machine comes with 4GB RAM too I think that maxing that out to 8GB would help out with the "overload" if you don't want to do that then try testing the memory with memtest Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool - make a bootable disk and set the BIOS to boot from optical and let run for at least 8 passes. If that comes up bad then replace if not go for extra RAM.

Just be aware that if you do manage to get the fan spinning up as fast as it can it is going to reduce it's life span and be very noisy.

I hope this works for you but personally now laptops are getting very reasonable in price I would be looking at one with a little more "grunt"
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