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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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