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    The only thing i found that temporarily fixes is is unplugging the battery connector. There must be some sort state that can only be reset when the power is completely cut off. I mostly use the laptop at home in a stand connected to peripherals and these days I don't even put the screws in anymore. Just makes it easier to open up when it starts to be too loud and annoy me. I might do a clean windows install soon when i install the 1909 feature update, maybe that makes a difference, who knows.

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    Has anybody found a solution for this?? i'm literally on the verge of having tantrum towards Asus Service Center

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stormer64 View Post
    Has anybody found a solution for this?? i'm literally on the verge of having tantrum towards Asus Service Center
    Yes. Check the fan connectors.

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    I've re connected the fan connectors a few times already and repasted and undervolted the CPU/GPU.
    Idle temps are in the 30's but still my left fan goes crazy when not doing anything.

    This is driving me nuts. I might do a warranty RMA, but since I repasted, I am not sure if they will take it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaugh View Post
    I've re connected the fan connectors a few times already and repasted and undervolted the CPU/GPU.
    Idle temps are in the 30's but still my left fan goes crazy when not doing anything.

    This is driving me nuts. I might do a warranty RMA, but since I repasted, I am not sure if they will take it...
    I writed tips on another post:
    The fan connector is below the SSD.
    I have now succeeded in solving the problem that the fan does high spin: liquid metal heat conductor (GPU, CPU), new video card fan (the old one had a coffee grinder sound after half a year), the latest Intel® Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Drive (DPTF_Intel_CFL_W10_64_V84105016067). I don't know why, but half a year ago the win8 driver was still available for win10. The file you download in its name contains the win version (W10 or W8.1). It is hidden under "other" in the download center.
    Win10 Enterprise is installed on the machine (I had problems with Pro after 1.5 years). It is still running (4 days ago) and it will turn out how long. The fan shows a quarter-year-old dust, which I only brushed with a toothbrush and then blown it out with compressed air.

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    Unsure if the problem was the fan connector, wire or the fan itself. Bought 2 new fans for about 50 euros and some good high temp isolating tape and replaced both of them. The GPU fan was the one spinning like crazy but the cpu one was also rattling so just decided to fix both in one go.

    It's been almost 3 months since i've done this and the problem hasn't come up again, lets see if it doesn't come back.

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    I had the same problem as many others in these forum. The GPU fan located under the power button (right hand side) was on max even when the GPU is on idle. I found a short term solution that makes the fan noise go away but only until the next time that you restart your laptop. So what I did is reboot into safe mode and use the display driver uninstaller by guru3d which is available online. After that I restart the pc and reinstall the nvidia driver, and voilÃ* after a couple of minutes the fan stops spinning out of control for the rest of the day. Hope this helps someone when they have to use the laptop in a public space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveD92 View Post
    I had the same problem as many others in these forum. The GPU fan located under the power button (right hand side) was on max even when the GPU is on idle. I found a short term solution that makes the fan noise go away but only until the next time that you restart your laptop. So what I did is reboot into safe mode and use the display driver uninstaller by guru3d which is available online. After that I restart the pc and reinstall the nvidia driver, and voilÃ* after a couple of minutes the fan stops spinning out of control for the rest of the day. Hope this helps someone when they have to use the laptop in a public space.
    One more update to anyone who might still care about the GPU fan noise on this laptop. My gpu fan was running on max even on idle and I finally got it fixed by installing rog gaming center 2.6.1.0 but more importantly by uninstalling MyAsus program. After uninstalling MyAsus and restarting the pc the fan noise went away! It seems to me that the problem was many different programs were trying to control the fan sensors and it malfunctioned as a result. Hope this helps other people as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveD92 View Post
    One more update to anyone who might still care about the GPU fan noise on this laptop. My gpu fan was running on max even on idle and I finally got it fixed by installing rog gaming center 2.6.1.0 but more importantly by uninstalling MyAsus program. After uninstalling MyAsus and restarting the pc the fan noise went away! It seems to me that the problem was many different programs were trying to control the fan sensors and it malfunctioned as a result. Hope this helps other people as well.
    Interesting.
    MyASUS is an app common to all ASUS models, it also has fan control capabilities but it is hidden and supposedly disabled for our model.
    I also had this issue aprox. by the time you posted on this forum.

    This issue comes and goes without hardware intervention, only regular PC use, but when it happens it is pretty consistent for a couple of days.
    Never a day maxing and the other day not happening. It stays for a while then disappear like nothing ever happened.
    I also experienced it disappearing after a good amount of minutes like dan_himura reported but very rarely.
    I haven't tried your solution yet as i'm investigating this issue further. *
    What's your BIOS version and Windows 10 Build version ?
    Thanks

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    Made some progress.

    I believe this is related to the discrete gpu clock being locked to 4007mhz at Gaming Center but i'm not really sure.
    For unknown reasons nvidia's 3d settings power management mode is set to prefer max performance Â*(which is not the default).
    If you try to change and reboot it will always be set to max performance on boot. Other settings will not.
    Yesterday i restored this pc from an OEM clean image that i have and it was fine for a while, the clock decreased when idle and i heard no fan issue.
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    I believe that is some software messing with clock setting (at least with this specific case)
    I have a minimum third party software (just a few games well known and popular and a cloning software that i doubt will mess with card settings) so i might check both third party software and ASUS and Microsoft related.
    Today i have it set to 4007mhz again and i haven't properly tested the fans as it not always happens.

    *To check your GPU clock i recommend GPU-Z. You can also monitor to some extend with ASUS Gaming Center.Â*
    Last edited by rosbigg; 03-01-2021 at 06:21 PM.

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