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These thresholds are set in bios. Fan runs fast when temperatures are high. It may happen if you load CPU or GPU with heavy tasks. Your temperatures are good. You should be happy that your laptop is cool and quiet.


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Wow!!That must be really 'hot'! Sometimes, it could be a process that is using quite a lot of CPU. But, because the fan needs to cool the computer, you could probably hear your fan right? If you just can get to install Ubuntu, it might stop doing that. But you must be thinking, there has to be something increasing temperature! And it might do it all the ...


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If the computer is not running any heavy software the cpu's should not be running so heavily. This is a wrong assumption, one process running wild on only one core may very well utilize all the available thermal budget the CPU has to offer and keep the core busy doing nothing. Here is my cpufreq-info output. It shows that I scaled down the ...


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I finally found a solution. I have deactivated "Integrated NIC" in bios. It prevents my fan from becoming noisy. I am currently running Ubuntu 15.04. :)


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As in this questoin they might not exist Can not view fan speed rpm in hp 4530s laptop Also what is the cpu useage on your netbooks fan running. Also on my hp pavilion dv 6 1230 us there is a bios option for turning always run fan on or off but the implementation of that is specfic to the netbooks motherboard. I also would see if your cpu useage on your ...


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Nvidia proprietary driver is not installed according to your output. You have hybrid graphics and both adapter always work. That is the cause of overheating. Install the driver by running sudo apt-get install nvidia-331 nvidia-prime and reboot. You will be able to switch adapters in Nvidia Settings program. If you switch to Intel, power consumption ...


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My machine is currently running at 61 °C with 10 % CPU usage. It goes to 72 °C at 50 % and 78 °C at 100 % and 91 °C with the CPU and GPU running at 100 %. As long as you don't get to the critical stage (105 °C) you're fine … :-)



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