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This should work. Create /etc/pm/sleep.d/20_fancontrol with the following contents: #!/bin/sh case "${1}" in resume|thaw) /usr/sbin/service fancontrol restart ;; esac


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You can install lm-sensors (sudo apt-get install lm-sensors) to check both fan speed and temperature. Here is the documentation


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You have two graphics adapters in your system. Now both of them are enabled and consume power. Also the nouveau driver is not good in terms of power. You need to install proprietary drivers. Run in terminal: sudo apt-get install nvidia-352 nvidia-prime and reboot. You can save more power and make the computer cooler if you switch to the integrated ...


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Have you tried acpi_osi="!Windows 2012"? acpi_osi string "Windows 2012" was introduced after 3.5 so disabling it can bring you back to how kernel works with ACPI as in 3.5.


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Definitely it is not a good sign. Try to reduce it. On running virtual machines in any laptops (using i3) will probably overheat your laptop and also makes your fan's speed to increase to improve the cooling rate. To solve this issue the driver which you installed is not the solution. Because it may cause your fan to undesired effects. Your problem may be ...



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