I forgot to mention that you can change the system cooling policy of your computer through advanced power options.
To do this, go to start menu, then type power options and open it. On the power options window, click edit plan settings and then click change advanced power options. Expand the power processor management section and then change the system cooling policy from active to "passive." This might force the fan to spin at low rpms even when the CPU is being heavily used. However, if the CPU temperature becomes hot, instead of ramping up the fans to cool it down, it will throttle the CPU so that the fans do not need to spin faster.