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The short answer: maybe, depending on your BIOS and use-case The long answer: The NVidia card doesn't expose its temperature sensor through hardware to the BIOS, therefore the BIOS is taking the safest bet and assumes it's working at 100% and thus cools at 100%. It's only the driver that exposes the hardware sensor through software to the machine and ...


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I am not sure it will work for all. I have an t540 with the same problem. My problem was solved by editing the Bios Power Management seetings. On the menu item :Power > Adaptive Thermal Management Scheme for AC: Balanced Scheme for Batery: Balanced I choosed balanced instead of Maximum performance for both AC adapter and Batery. After this, re-start the ...


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I am not sure it will work for all. My problem was solved by editing the Bios Power Management seetings. On the menu item :Power > Adaptive Thermal Management Scheme for AC: Balanced Scheme for Batery: Balanced I choosed balanced instead of Maximum performance for both AC adapter and Batery. After this, re-start the system and no more fan noise from ...



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