Originally Posted by stronzo
Do you realy think both temperature are from the same area of the notebook? The air my notebook blows out ist not so warm that you can say I´ve 62°C!!!
However the good news is that speedfan recognize the embedded controller that control the fan!
The fan is not hardware controlled but software controlled (with a registry key in the bios CMOS, that change its value according to the CPU temp sensor), and that you can change cecking the option "Fan always on" in the program Acer e-settings.
If we are able to control the embedded controller with a software, we are able to turn off the fan!
The embedded controller is a National Semiconductor PC87591L as you can see from this screen of speedfan.
I hope the author fix the problem soon! Please report him the problem!!!