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gutterman

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So my HP tx1000 "Entertainment" Laptop is extremely hot. I am running SpeedFan to monitor my temp. which is 94 degrees Celsius on average. My laptop is particularly noisy as it is, so I would like to assume part of that noise is my fan running.

SpeedFan does offer certain settings, but not for my Quanta motherboard. I can't seem to find any information in terms of controlling the fans. There is a sensor there, so I figure there has got to be a method.

Any tips, before I burn myself, are greatly appreciated.
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