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    Strix hero gl503ge fan GPU problem

    Hello,

    I'm a new user of ASUS ROG GL503GE

    i had a problem with my GPU Fan Speed, it shows 5000 rpm when idle (really noisy)
    i've tried to install GPU Tweak II but i can't control my fan speed that program doesn't show fan speed control
    also i tried to install MSI Afterburner but fan speed % control is in locked mode

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    Cooling system doesn't differentiate CPU|GPU vents control.

    Please use ROG Gaming Center.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McCoy View Post
    Cooling system doesn't differentiate CPU|GPU vents control.

    Please use ROG Gaming Center.
    how to use ROG Gaming Center ? i know there is an option about fan overboost but whether i set it to silent, the GPU fan is not slowing down.

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    Well, in my case i had a slider (25-100%) in RoG Gaming Center. Please write ASUS technical support directly in online chat on their web-site.

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    I have a ROG GL503GE strix. Im encountering the same problems. GPU fan constantly revs up and down and sometimes gets stuck at 100% speed even during idle. I can no longer control the fan speed using gaming center. Have you found a fix for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariozamoramd View Post
    I have a ROG GL503GE strix. Im encountering the same problems. GPU fan constantly revs up and down and sometimes gets stuck at 100% speed even during idle. I can no longer control the fan speed using gaming center. Have you found a fix for this?
    Open the laptop back cover, then carefully unplug the fan connectors, then plug them back in. That's probably a bad connection with the rpm "sensor" wire. If the main board loses its signal, the fan goes full speed.

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    What version of the BIOS are you using now? I'm having this damn problem, tried with BIOS 312, 313 and 314.

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    Hope I am not too late. My problem is that the CPU fan stays at 7000 RPM when idle.

    I tried:
    1. updating drivers from the ASUS website
    2. resetting and updating BIOS
    3. unplugging and plugging the power cable

    All didn't help until I did the following things IN ORDER:
    1. unplugging the battery cable
    2. pressing the power button 2 or 3 times
    3. taking out the BIOS battery and putting it back
    4. re-plugging the cables for both fans
    5. plugging the battery cable

    Then everything worked, and the similar issue didn't come back again (It's been 5 days).
    Last edited by diphuaji; 07-26-2019 at 11:57 PM.

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    Well, the problem came back after a week. I also updated the BOIS to the latest which is 316, but the problem persists.

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    And you know what? The problem persists in both Ubuntu and Windows.

    So I think this is definitely a BIOS/Hardware issue.

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