nm.knife at gmail.com
Tue Apr 3 05:44:07 UTC 2012
Hey Matt, thanks for clearing things up. It looks like this is an ongoing
process ever since you first started the thread.
> The fan is horribly noisy on this model. However, it will quiet down a
bit on its own when temperature goes down...enabling C states and running
"powerd -a adaptive -b adaptive" should help a lot...I don't recommend
manual fan control as at least my i7 already runs way too hot in linux
> and win7 (for the 10 minutes I had it :) ). Run Lenovo bios updates as
well, many complaints about post tsunami fans from Lenovo China instead of
Actually for me, the HDD that came was much louder than the fan. I swapped
it out in favour of a SSD until I am ready for mSATA + HDD. Also, I have
the original Windows 7 that way.
> On Konstantin's page he mentions this...it's a known issue
I feel dumb, because I did read that page many times in the past but didn't
realize it's the same issue :D
> Only the fan speed value shows as 0xFFFF or something, however it can
still be set 1-7 or back to automatic as usual
Sorry for asking, but I just can't find this. What is the command for
changing the fan speed, especially to auto?
Lyubomir Grigorov (bgalakazam)
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