Originally Posted by qhn
it is gonna be a tall order to be filled. As with experience in bastling bios, one can tweak to get it to support a higher cpu and/or more ram, but never yet see any lucks in lowering the kicking-in fan threshold.
like you say ... next batter
Yeah I know. Modifying a sneaky notebook bios that was designed to be a crippled version of it's desktop parent bios is way over my head, hence the bounty. None the classic hardware control programs like speedfan and the like can seem to crack the fan controls on laptops, only desktops. Yet, which machines are in need of more cooling control. You can buy aftermarket fans for desktops that have a lot of power but not for notebooks. I didn't offer $100 for nothing. But I can't even find a drop-in aftermarket CPU fan. Seems everyone wants to sell cooling pads which are as effective as a band-aid on a boil as far as cooling the brains of my rig. I have one and I'm SO HAPPY that my battery and hard disk run below below body temp. (37C) but what abount my brain??
I guess life AND notebooks were both supposed be not fair. Thanks for letting me whine. I feel better now. Ha ha.
See ya, friend