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Asus G750JH fan speed edit

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Hello everyone,

I'm working on tuning my ROG and I've hit the thermal limit that I'm comfy with( about 79*C).

This is still higher than i like so i was wondering if someone out there knows how to tweak my fan to spin a little harder. it seems to be moving a small amount of air.

I've removed all the dust and phyically the computer is in great shape so it must be a software / bios issue.

 

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If you refer to editing the fan table  so the fan works harder automatically? If so I think is real hard since the fan table is on the EC firmware no inside main bios.

 

If you are using Windows just use fan control app. Set your model to zen book and it shoul work. Create your own settings inside the app and that should do the trick.

 

good luck!!!

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15 hours ago, areos said:

 If so I think is real hard since the fan table is on the EC firmware no inside main bios.

In Asus laptops EC firmware is a part of main system bios and of course placed in main bios.

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3 hours ago, killerii said:

so how would i go about changing this?

Just use the program "Notebook Fan Control".

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i made a topic on fighting laptop heat but i wanted to know if there was another way i could do it on the ROG

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