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Control fans of Samsung NP900X3E

I have a Samsung NP900X3E laptop and I would like to control the fans as one of them is making weird noise. I'm running Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS with "Linux laptop 3.13.0-85-generic #129-Ubuntu SMP Thu Mar ...
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Yet another fan control problem

I'm using a 32-bit Linux Mint Rosa 17.3 with MATE DE (for the record, the same issue exists on a 64-bit flavor as well, and I have had this issue with every ubuntu-based distro). It is installed on a ...
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Acer Aspire One AO756 on Mint: fan running almost always

I have an Acer Aspire One 756, and just upgraded it to 8GB and an SSD hard drive. I installed GNU/Linux Mint 17.3 on it and the fan is running constantly, which is quite annoying. This wasnt the case ...
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Controlling fan speed on lenovo yoga 2.13 with linux mint

I am trying to fix the problem of controlling fan speed. (The fan are too loud and are running almost always unnecessarily) I followed this manual: http://askubuntu.com/questions/22108/how-to-control-...
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Fans always spinning at max. speed

Previously, on Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS, my computer's fans were always spinning just as much as they needed to. Today I switched to the base version of Debian 8.3.0 and now they are always running at 100% ...
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SNMP Temperature with lm sensor

I have just managed to put in SNMP the lm sensor output. However, I have an alarm due to a fake threshold of Temperature SYSTIN (see output) nct6776-isa-0290 Adapter: ISA adapter Vcore: +1.02 ...
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Lenovo Thinkpad fan problem

I have a Lenovo Thinkpad E420 (1141BRG) (Intel i3-2330M) laptop for 4 years now, and I have a problem with fan controlling and as a consequence overheating problems. This happens on Linux Mint 17....
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Overheating in Jessie

I just upgraded to Jessie and my laptop, a vostro 1710, is overheating. alexis1@debian:~$ sensors coretemp-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter Core 0: +62.0°C (high = +105.0°C, crit = +105.0°C) Core ...
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Silent mode, Samsung 9 Series with Ubuntu

I have a 2-3 year old Samsung Series 9 laptop, and with windows I could turn on silent fan mode, so the internal fan went quiet. This does not work with Ubuntu. Any way I can fix this?
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Make fan come on sooner [closed]

My Netbook goes to 60°C before the fan kicks on. The rest of the time, it is idle - the fan isn't spinning. I would rather it spin at least a bit more frequently - maybe at 40°C or something. I am ...
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no pwm-capable sensor modules installed on MSI B75MA-P45

I am using a MSI B75MA-P45 motherboard on Centos 6 and my CPU fan is currently stuck at 100%. I can see RPM of the fan and temperature inside my BIOS however when I run sensors-detect I only see CPU ...
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How to troubleshoot fan speed in Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon?

First time Linux installer here, so apologies in advance for any faux pas'. I installed Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon over Windows 8 recently on an Acer Aspire E1-570. http://www.acer.com.au/ac/en/AU/...
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HD 4800 lower fan speed

I've installed Linux Mint 17, most important thing for me is to lower the fan speed to 30% as I am doing in Windows because it's really too noisy. Note that the temperature stays at ~50°, so this ...
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Sometimes the CPU fan does not start

I have a Lenovo Thinkpad X240, and it works well and on normal temperatures. However, sometimes the fan does not start even when running high stress processes that warm up the CPU drastically. In ...
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How can I configure the threshold when my fan sets in (laptop)

I'm using a sony vaio pro 13 with linux, but unfortunately the fan is already at maximum at only 50 degrees Celsius. How can I change the threshold it sets in? Distro is arch btw.
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How to stop CPU fan in Linux?

I use an old computer. CPU fan creates big noise. Sometimes CPU fan suddenly stops and does not work for a long time, and CPU does not get heated in these long periods, because I use very light-weight ...
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Intel Turbo Boost apparently activated for no reason?

The other day, I reinstalled my operating system (Crunchbang, fork of Debian). For some reason my fan has been running at full speed (and blowing colder-than-room-temperature air) even though I'm ...
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Fan control on Lenovo Thinkpad Edge S430 and Ubuntu 13.04

I'm trying to make my thinkpad's fan run on higher speeds because of overheating. I've enabled fan_control in thinkpad-acpi module, at least I think so: $ cat /sys/module/thinkpad_acpi/parameters/...
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My Laptop Fans drive me crazy on linux and much less battery

I have a Vaio VPCEA36FG laptop and both windows.8 and elementary OS (ubuntu 12.04 kernel) installed on it. when I am in windows everything is just fine, fans work perfectly efficient and my battery ...
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Linux fan control?

For some unknown reason, my laptop fan stays on consistently. Even when I'm using less than 2% CPU and the air coming out of the vent is seemingly cooler than the air in the room, the fan always stays ...
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How to set up control for case fans in Debian Wheezy?

We'll for some days now I've been trying to get the fancontrol for my Debian Wheezy up and running. Actually (after some problems with pwmconfig not accepting my chipset, which is a AMD 770 one) now ...
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Mint fan control

I've installed Mint 15 on my Alienware m14x and can't figure out one thing. For some reason CPU overheats and fan does not respond to that. It always stays calm and quiet. How exactly I can change ...
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sensors Information about degree of adapter

In this Image (output of sensors): On the top, just below radeon-pci-0100, it says temperature +511 Deg C, does this really mean 511, will this not blow up my laptop?
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Why there are so many problems with the overheating and fan speed when installing Linux? [closed]

I don't understand it. Almost every 10th or 20th question is about fan or overheating or that the fan is too loud and the speed too big etc. And these questions are not only about laptops but often ...
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How to force the fan to always spin?

I am using ArchLinux on an HP Pavilion dv9000t which has overheating problems. I did all what I can do to get a better air flow in the laptop and put a better thermal paste but there is still a ...
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Old HP nc4400 laptop on Debian, fan turns on for 10 secs, then off for 20 secs

I run Debian 7 on an HP nc4400 laptop. This is an old laptop with an Intel Centrino chipset. It runs fine except that the fan turns on for 10 seconds, then off for 20 seconds and then on for 10 ...
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My Laptop gets hot on OpenSUSE

Recently I have installed openSUSE 12.3 on my Lenevo U410. I am using Windows on this machine too. But when I using openSUSE I realize that my laptop get much hotter than what is it in Windows. I also ...
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Find number of fans in a laptop

My laptop is always hot and CPU temp is about 80°C. I guess one of laptop fans is corrupted and another one spins in high RPM, because I hear the sound of fan speed which it is most of time is high. ...
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Despite all attempts fan is still running very loudly and fast

I am running DELL Vostro 3750, operating system Linux Mint and despite all my attempts the fan is still running very fast and loud. So far I have tried first edit Grub according to this article. Than ...
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Ubuntu 12.10 Fan overspeeding

I have installed Ubuntu 12.10 leaving Win 7 licensed version. But again as usual I need to fix so many issues. This time fan is generating lots of noise. It looks it is running at max speed. My ...
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Why doesn't my laptop fan ever spin down?

My laptop fan is always active, even if CPU usage is really low (less than 5%). I have a Vaio laptop with Linux and Windows, but this problem only happens with Linux.
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Does brand/hardware limit the distributions that are safe to run?

I recently tried running Fedora 16 on my laptop and had problems with the fan. In particular, the fan would start, run at full power, and never turn off. I spent a few hours online looking for ...
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How do I start the fan manually in Linux?

My fan doesn't run in Linux. I'm worried that the laptop might turn off if the temperature gets critically high. I ran the following command: dmesg | grep -I fan This gave me: ACPI: Fan [FAN0] (...
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Information about a laptop fan

Can you help me with finding all the hardware information (parameters) and configuration files about the fan in my laptop? I'm interested of the fan's parameters and configuration files that I can ...
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How to deliberately activate cooling fan of laptop?

Hi I have a laptop (Fujitsu Siemens Amilo 4000), I'd like to control the cooling fan manually. How do I do that? /proc/acpi/fan/ is empty, the fan is otherwise working well. Distro is Fedora 14.
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Setting processor fan to 100%

How can I set fans speed to 100% or more in linux ?