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    Angry GL504W - Fans constantly at super high speed on GPU

    Hi there.

    Asus ROG Strix Scar ii GL504W

    Its been a couple of weeks now and the GPU fan is constantly running at above 4500RPM all the way up to 6200RPM.

    It is doing my head in because I can't use the laptop anywhere, its simply too loud.

    The fan speed ramps up as soon as I boot up the laptop and is even high in bios.

    I have already uninstalled and reinstalled all asus related software, also checked for updates, reset bios.

    The GPU is usually at around 35 degrees, and still has fan speeds at 6100RPM.

    Nothing is using the GPU , and its fan speeds are still high.

    Weird thing, I can increase fan speed through Armoury Crate but cannot decrease.

    Please help as I am getting close to throwing this thing at a wall.
    Last edited by Moz-LJP; 01-21-2020 at 08:59 PM. Reason: Forgot to mention fan temps.

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    Is the laptop heating up fast?

    Tried to open it up and removing dust?

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    Laptop (Model)GL504GS
    MotherboardASUS Rog Scar II
    Processori7-8750H
    Memory (part number)Kingstone hyperx 2X16 GB
    Graphics Card #1Geforce GTX 1070
    Sound CardRealtek/ USB Roccet Juke
    Monitor1080P 144 Hz
    Storage #1Toshiba SSD PCIe
    Storage #2Toshiba SATA III 2 TB
    Power Supplyoriginal
    Keyboard USB ASUS strix tactic pro
    Mouse TRUST gaming mouse
    Headset Sonic G910 7.1 vibration
    Headset/Speakers Genius GX 3000 2.1
    OS Win 10 Enterpise
    Network RouterASUS RT AC 1200 G
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    It's working me: install win 10 enterprise 1909, replace new GPU fan, liquid metal heat conducting paste, install DPTF_Intel_CFL_W10_64_V84105016067 driver, fixing fan cable connect.

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