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You can try fancontrol. I've posted a solution here: http://askubuntu.com/questions/186426/how-do-i-control-the-fan-on-a-apple-mac-mini/614011#614011


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What solved it for me was to, in BIOS, change the Thermal Management setting from Optimal Performance to Balanced.


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I had the same issue last year. Solution for me was to open up the laptop and vacumeclean it. Problem is that, though these are called Laptops it is not wise to constantly have them located on your Lap.


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You might be able to find an option to manage the fan in your laptop's BIOS. Most laptops (especially consumer laptops) will not allow you to do that, and some may only allow you to force the fan to run at full speed. tlp does not manage fan control, and besides, most laptops do not expose fan control abilities or even give fan speed readings to the OS.


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Try this configuration, it works fine on a Lenovo ThinkPad L512: Install thinkfan sudo apt-get install -y thinkfan Configure kernel modules echo "options thinkpad_acpi fan_control=1" > /etc/modprobe.d/thinkpad_acpi.conf Reload kernel module modprobe -r thinkpad_acpi && modprobe thinkpad_acpi Configure thinkfan sudo sed -i ...


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Try to enable powersaving for chipset and other devices: sudo apt-get install powertop sudo powertop Go to "tunables" tab and change all "bad" items to "good" All changes reset after reboot. And some of them change depending on AC/Battery mode. So you also have to make powertop changes permanent and disable pm-powersave scripts


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Try to enable powersaving for chipset and other devices: sudo apt-get install powertop sudo powertop Go to "tunables" tab and change all "bad" items to "good" All changes reset after reboot. And some of them change depending on AC/Battery mode. So you also have to make powertop changes permanent and disable pm-powersave scripts



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