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No fan of three fans!

My zd 8000 is a fine computer. Nothing is wrong but... the noise. When i start the computer it won't take long before all three fans start blowing even when i am not doing any tasks whit it.  It' a good thing to see and hear the processor is kept cool but is it necessary to cool so hard when you are just reading mail or so?
Is there anyone who knows if there is anyway to regulate the fans or underclock the core ( i use the laptop mostly for mail, internet and Word. That's also why the noise is so annoying! You lose concentration! )
I'd appreciate any kind of help. Ton

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  • ton4sure May 21, 2008




    Thanx! now i can see what's happening. It's working at 3% CPU and i am reading 40C at sensor 0 and 66C at sensor 2.!
    Its sweating for nothing! 

    Fooling around whith the fanspeeds dousn't seem wise at this stage. So i went looking at lowering the FSB speed . I don't know what mainboard or PLL manufacturer and type to put in the windows. So i can let CPUcool do it's own work. It gives me ICS/ 9148-04 for PLL.  The given FSB calculations ,however, do not work! CPU cool states that 8 bytes were found where there schould be 6. 


    Now I'm stuck. Any Idea's ?
    My PAvilion is to be precise a ZD 8320EA s/n CNF5480SWN




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YOu can use software like CPUcool to monitor and manage your system. It uses temperature sensors (if available in your laptop) to measure temperatures, and has features to manage CPU speed and some more.


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  • Thx_nb May 22, 2008

    It didn't actually give you ICS /9148-04.
    Those are just the first options of dropdown box.

    Finding the information is not as easy on a laptop, since a desktop is easier too disassemble.
    Actually, at what frequency is your CPU running?
    My laptop has a dual core 2.0 ghz, but it automatically lowers freq to 1 ghz if it is not busy...

    I will look if i can find the information you need.


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