Synapse Fan Control

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  1. 4W4K3

    4W4K3 Notebook Evangelist

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    Try undervolting the CPU? If you lower the overall CPU temp the fans should come on less frequently.
     
  2. Elite10

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    Thank you for answer 4W4K3, yes i would try too undervolt the CPU and at the GPU with Afterburner.

    It's so difficult to find really well made hardware with good software ....... annoying ...... first had ASUS ROG G75 ...... then Alienware Area17 ....... and now RazerBlade but in terms of software everything has been very modest up to now ...... it can't be that difficult to make a manual fan control - fan curve with notebooks around 3000 (Euro).
     
  3. Raidriar

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    Even with hardware flasher to bypass signature check, still not possible?
     
  4. phusho

    phusho Notebook Guru

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    I am not sure you can access flesh of the controller with any programmer beside debugger. Also I don't know living developer writing for this platform nds32.... I am programming microcontrollers from 15 years so I know thing or two, this one is not of them.
     
  5. Elite10

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    I will ask my friend what he means ...... he is a LINUX specialist
     
  6. Joikansai

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    For temporary solution just unplug the power, at least on my advanced 2018 it’s dead silent and can hold like 6 hours office works or browsing. It’s maybe only me after using a looong time Blade that kick in off on idle sounds when plugged in to the wall doesn’t bother me anymore:D
     
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    Thank you for your Tipp.
    I will work for a Solution manual mybe it will work
     
  8. Elite10

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    There doesn't seem to be a way to manually bring the fans below 2300rpm.
    Has anyone ever heard of a resistor that is soldered into the + cable - so that the fans simply get less power and only turn 70%?
    Has anyone tried it yet?
     
  9. Elite10

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    Today there is an update for the fan control solved for me!

    I unsoldered the red cable on the fan under the sticker (Sunon) and then soldered in 2 diodes (the resistor would also work but the diode has a straight - nice line on the oszyloscope)
    This means that the fans currently no longer get 5V but 3.6V and therefore only run at 70% under full load and are therefore a lot quieter than before.

    On the software side, there is actually no chance to slow down the fans in any way.
     
  10. Raidriar

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    I have a dump of the EC firmware, maybe it can be modified in there?
     
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