HP OMEN 15 and 17 owners lounge

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  1. Patacakes

    Patacakes Newbie

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    Hello everyone.

    I got a 17-cb0020nr and would like to add some custom control of the fans.

    I'm not a heavy gamer. but I would like to be able to change the fan to go on higher before 60'c as it is its only starts to ramp up at or around 70'c

    Has anyone found a fan control utility that works with the 2019 model of omen? the omen command center cool sense only has the two options. normal is too weak, and max is too much when gaming at 50'c

    I understand that my temps are nominal and at this time i have nothing to worry about. but would like some future proofed way of managing it so when it does become an issue (like in the middle of summer) i can control the fan a bit more.

    thanks for the replies. (or lack there of) - I made a more aggressive trottlestop profile that keeps my heat at about 50'c while gaming.

    since most of the game i play are not very resource hungry i found a lower balance, battery friendly profile to actually work well. since the SSD and good ram run things efficiently lower power less heat i can still play smoothly and have good temps.

    Ijoined this website to hopefully get chatting with other Omen owners and find help with possible custom Bios, opening up the advanced menu HP have locked down. but it seems this thread is dead. so i'll log out and look else where for info and advice.
     
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  2. Patacakes

    Patacakes Newbie

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    Hello.

    I've made a configuration file for Notebook Fan Control. to work with the 2019 Omen 17 CB0020nr

    This link has my Throttlestop folder already configured. (you need to setup auto start with windows through Task Scheduler)

    And the XML file needed to make notebook fan control work - just add it to the config folder with the other XML files and the option will sohw up in the program. - (just remember to reboot before using NBFC for the first time)

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/12XBqwkYOVoOjKG5kRtbfT2iU__80uwXf?usp=sharing


    With these two things setup. I can run Aida stress test for hours. my laptop never goes above 65 I've edited the temperature when the fans speed up. so once it hit 65 it is usually fast enough to hold it there.

    tested games like Resident evil 2 and 3. fallout 4 and a few others. all seem to run well at max or near max settings.
     
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    Thanks for sharing the idea with NBFC! Your config file also workes with my 2019 Omen 17 cb0230ng.
    So finally i can use performance profile without the too agressive fan control :)

    Does anybody know a programm, which can read the fan speeds? HWMonitor does not show it, Speedfan either and HWinfo64 shows not plausible values (10500-11000 rpm at fans stop and fans full)
     
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  4. Patacakes

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    Aye, the profile should technically work for all CB00 series laptops. it will most likely work for other HP laptops too, as a few of their pavilion laptops are basically the same computers just with a different case.

    Even a simple program like Open Hardware monitor won`t even show there is a Fan controller in the system. it must be because it does not have the driver to detect it, like Speed fan and others. personally speaking I'm just happy to have found a program that can control the fan, better than the omen command center.

    I don`t even need the command center to control any part of the laptop. the CPU profiles are managed by Throttle stop, I have it default to the standard battery profile. even while gaming its fine for me. I`d expect though that the more powerful systems may need the gaming profile to be enabled for intense or competitive gaming. then the NBFC app for the fans. I'm planning to add more fan level steps for more temperature levels. but for now its fine.

    If you need a performance profile alternative, there is a profile in the throttlestop i`ve added called benchmark. its about the same or a little higher clocked than the performance profile on the command center. ( only use my throttlestop package if you have the I7 9750) its only configured for that CPU on the CB00 models. other gen CPU`s will need tweaking.

    the only thing I'd need the control center for now is the Macro support. .. since I rarely use macros, as most games have customizable keyboard layouts, its virtually useless in most cases. meaning control center at this point, if you don`t use the macro keys, could be disabled or uninstalled.

    If i do find an app that shows fan RPM speed I'll post it up. But out of all the fan programs I've tried messing with, I've actually never seen a field with the rpm speed in any of the apps. I've used
     
  5. Burrick

    Burrick Notebook Enthusiast

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    This is impressive, thanks so much. I couldn't figure it out.
     
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    Fan control works with a HP Pavillion 17 Gaming cd- xxx (i7-9750h, 1660-maxq).
     
  7. Burrick

    Burrick Notebook Enthusiast

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    F.30 BIOS out today, anyone try it yet? I'm still on F.22, really don't want a plundervolt fix.
     
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    Just installed f.30 coming from f.25. There doesn't seem to be any difference in performance. Running a 154 undervolt on my 9750h and 200w 2080 vbios. I'll do some benching soon

    Sent from my SM-N976B using Tapatalk
     
  9. OneSickDV7T

    OneSickDV7T Notebook Consultant

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    After 12 years I finally upgraded from my still working DV7T. Can’t wait for the beast!


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    Burrick Notebook Enthusiast

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    Which is the 200? I've only seen the 190W. Does your displayport work?
     
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