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Just PM me! Hello, Have you been running a dell laptop? And, well, you've wanted to control your fan speed? Well, You've came to the right place, Its really simply, you guys probably use the program called "I8KFANGUI" But, you've came across the problem with a 64 bit os where you get that "oh, you dont have a signed driver, eh?The temps seem excessively high and I can't seem to get them to decrease even with undervolting etc.
This has always worked with my previous two gaming laptops. Also hits degrees consistently while gaming which I have only done for 10 min since I've had the thing, but it got to degrees instantly. What I don't understand is how none of these three things have helped the temps out I am debating resetting the PC and reinstalling Windows, but I'm not sure if that will help either.
Any tips or advice on how to lower these temps would be greatly appreciated. I recently posted a discussion regarding the extremely high CPU temps that were consistently hitting degrees on my new G7. It's the model and has an ih chip. This worked for a few hours the then suddenly those options wouldn't load OC Controls were reinstalled as well.
So that brings up my next point, how was I going to control the fans? This is my first Dell laptop, so I was not familiar with other routes to take etc. I ended up downloading the Dell Power Manager and set the thermal profile to high performance. For instance, when I select the high performance option in Dell Power Manager, it takes upwards of 5 minutes before the fans actually kick on.
[Guide] How to control fans on Dell Laptops under Windows
I have tried reinstalling Not sure if this is normal or not. After I finally got the fans to kick at full load, I then took to Throttlestop to undervolt etc. At this point I about gave up.
I then decided to lower the "turbo ratio limits" from 3. This combined with the other Throttlestop settings and Dell Power Manager fan control got temps down to the low 90s So you're saying that these temps that are reached within moments of opening a game are acceptable? This wasn't like I was stressing the CPU for hours. It reaches degrees instantly.
How to change a Dell laptop fan speed (UPDATED) Any info/questions? Just PM me!
With a brand new laptop. The iH also says that it has an allowable t-junction temp of degrees. I have owned two previous Acer Predator gaming laptops that both had the iH chip and neither had any issue close to this Dell G7. Before any kind of undervolt, I would be around degrees max on the Acer laptops.
And that is with the same exact game. It's not like I have to be playing a game either My frustration is that these temperatures regardless of being safe or not will cause throttling, consequently affecting gaming performance. In a "gaming" laptop.
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Go figure. Do you have any advice on the Alienware Command Center issue and how to get the thermal controls to show back up? The only option shown under the Fusion tab is power management. This seems to be a recurring problem on the new G7 laptops. Thank you for your message.I uninstalled Alienware command center and overclock controls because AWCC always reminded me to install OC and failed because it said there was already an old version.
How to installed back? When I tried to install the OC control it always showed this message. I have full control of all my drives. The sound center is also missing as well. Send me a private message by clicking my Alienware-name with the Inspiron G7 PC service tag number so I can assist you further. Browse Community. Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
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All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. DarkOneX2 2 Iron. Re: Inspiron G7cannot install OC. Crud I just realized mine are gone too, as I did the same thing lol. What to do!? Try installing Windows 10 chipset driver for your model of Alienware.
Alienware-Eimy Moderator. Dell Support Resources.All make space for the new gaming big guy. It is called the Dell G7 17 and as you already know if you read our dedicated article, it is basically the larger brother of G7 15 Lately, inch gaming laptops are getting thinner and lighter. However, this guy here is neither of them. Of course, if you are on the budget, Dell provides you with the option of Core iH variant with the already proven but unpretentious GTX Ti.
We got the Dell G7 17 in a large, boring cardboard box. It has some more protective cardboard inside, while the laptop is placed inside a thick plastic protective bag. As of the charger, it is a W unit with the classic barrel plug. Well, on the outside, the laptop certainly looks good.
Sadly, though, there is not a single metal piece on the panel — everything is plastic. This makes the 3. At least the 25 mm profile can be considered as a positive feature of this rather expensive device. Opening up the lid is easy using even one hand, which is nice, but not unexpected, given the weight of the device. By the way, Dell is following their design from last year, however, now we see a lot of stripes on the outer strike.
We found it to be a possible dirt magnet as well — at least it looks good. Next, follows the keyboard. Another feature — another disappointment. Additionally, there is some slight bend of the keyboard area during typing, which is a little unpleasant.
By the way — this is one of the fastest ones on the market. On the other side of the keyboard is the touchpad, which has a decent size. It is also fast and accurate. On the bottom side, you can see cut-outs right beneath the fans to supply enough air intake, while the speakers are user-facing and are mounted on the front side of the chassis. Hot air, respectively, comes out of the back and from the corner sides of the device. By the way, the side drills are super tiny, compared to the ones on Lenovo Legion Y for example.
Moving to the back we see the power plug, an HDMI 2. Upon doing so, the back side of the bottom plate pops open and you can easily lift it up with your hands. Inside we see a nearly identical picture to the internals of Dell G5 15 we showed you earlier.Can be a simple control utilizing Dell approved specs.
It waits too long to cool down, Or doesn't even go into full fan speed!! You are shooting yourself in the foot Dell. Allow us to keep our laptops cool. Otherwise you will be replacing more units.
Please have one of your software engineers create a bios update that allows this ability immediately, within one week. Just an allowance on choosing the parameter. This will result in broken machines.
I know some people complain of noisy fans etc, this is not the same thing. My fans are nice and quiet. TOO quiet, when they should be working. I've heard the fans at full speed and they should be there more often when it is required. Go to Solution. I recall Dell Command Power Manager has an additional max performance power profile with raised fan rpms.
Fans don't reach them, unfortunately. Check iunlock's mod - adds some internal fin surface and redirects some of the cooling air, but requires good tinkering experience. View solution in original post. The Un-Adjustable Fan Controller chip does not always adjust fan speed correctly or sufficiently Like I said in other posts Dell should provide fan speed support it's own Fan Controller!!!!
Dell update will automatically download the pwr manager updates. I've had my thermal paste removed and updated with Arctic Silver MX-4 and still have heat issues at times I have a cooler pad fan Assembly under laptop and keep everything clean too. I have a dell inspiron gaming and I am able to control both fan speeds after following the instructions in the website. Browse Community. Turn on suggestions.I bought a Dell G7 15 a while ago from Best Buy.
I'd like to know if there are any options for fan control? I tried using the built-in utility in MSI afterburner, but for some reason it would not work. I don't think it should be locked to 30 FPS for every game, especially not old source games which can easily run on this modern hardware.
If I can get rid of these two issues, this would be the perfect laptop for me. Thank you for your time. I don't know if you are still having a 30 fps issue, but if you plug your laptop into a wall. I have noticed, that the laptop disables the Nvidia gpu when on battery power in order to preserve battery life. Browse Community.
Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Showing results for. Search instead for. Did you mean:. GeorgetheGuy 1 Copper. Dell G7 Fan Controller. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Al3x 1 Copper. Re: Dell G7 Fan Controller. There is one option for manually controlling the fan speed that I have found. And it is using a proram called Hwinfo.Discussion in ' Dell ' started by valuxinMay 27, Log in or Sign up.
Tags: control dell embedded controller fan. Thank you for reading! Good luck and have fun! Last edited: May 27, Last edited: Nov 16, Wow thanks for sharing!
Im grilling out school right now but ill give this a try tomorrow when I wake up. TheRecieverMay 27, Gonna test it on M during sunday.
Does the bios reset also resets EC? Sent from my Moto G Play using Tapatalk. I can't get testsigning mode enabled SoulsaberMay 28, Hey just wondering how I can get this to work? I have a m with a quadro m, qm cpu I have signed the driver and loaded the dell utility app after I disable it doesn't seem to do anything?
Ok so it seems to work through using fan control, the dell fan utility app itself doesn't seem to work with controlling the speeds though. Do you have any recommended settings to use with the m? Last edited: Jul 9, PapusanJul 9, Thank you so much for this tool I had Linux on my m a couple of weeks back for my IT study, I knew there was a tool to make this all work within Linux but not windows I had been looking online for this fix for ages.
I've had my m since the start of and love this laptop! Also I read that link you sent I have bits and pieces of that thread before, my main question is can I run one of these amd cards on my m with the IPS screen or is the cable and motherboard not going to let that happen and I'm stuck at with the m? Ok so I found 1 problem with this setup, even with power management inside windows 10 set to not turn off when it has been ide for awhile it shuts down the computer, which is strange maybe the bios can't control talk to the OS anymore to do with the power management and just shuts down when it notices it has been ide The way i got this to work was to run the following in admin command prompt Bcdedit.
Doing this will allow speed fan to take over will work through reboots but not shutdown. Make sure you have speed fan setup correctly to control your fans. You also may need to disable driver signing via advanced startup to get the driver to install on first run. Would be nice for the utility to save its configuration so one could make a scheduled task to run on login. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content.