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    Posted: 11 Dec 2021 at 2:49pm
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There is a fun tuning function in the fan monitoring BIOS, after pressing this button, testing the fans starts, within 1 minute the fans start at different speeds, at the end it automatically adjusts all fans, including MOS fans on the motherboard in the VRM zone, then I press OK and save. The computer starts to work quietly. When you start games, it makes a little noise within the normal range, does not annoy, everything suits, there is only one drawback, every 20 minutes the computer starts up quickly the fans and within 2 minutes they make a lot of noise and slowly start to stop, after that they work quietly. I checked the temperatures of the components in the HWiNFO64 program during startup in the fans in a quiet state, everything is normal, nothing is overheating. When all the fans are switched to automatic mode, the computer starts working loudly, the fans are constantly making noise, this mode does not suit me.

How do I disable the fans from starting every 20 minutes?
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I solved the problem by turning off the ECO mode.

Fans set up
55C- 30% for 140mm 35 fan%
60C-45%
65C-55%
75C-70%
critical 95 gr.

The temperature is normal M1-41C, M2-38C.
MOS 1 and 2 - set to Standard mode or the following settings
Mo-1
41 C-30%
45C-35%
47C-45%
50C-55%
critical 55 gr.

Mos-2
38C-25%
40C-30%
43C-40%
45C-60%
critical 55 gr.
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Hello,

Thanks for sharing it will also help other users
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If the fans in your device are turning on every 20 minutes, it could indicate a problem with the cooling system or a software issue. The fans are designed to turn on when the internal temperature of the device reaches a certain threshold, in order to dissipate heat and prevent overheating.
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Here are a few potential causes for the fans turning on every 20 minutes:

Overheating: If the device is being used for demanding tasks, such as gaming or video editing, it may be generating a lot of heat and causing the fans to turn on frequently.
Dust build-up: Dust and debris can accumulate inside the device and block the air vents, preventing the fans from properly dissipating heat.
Software issue: A bug or malfunctioning software can cause the device to overheat and trigger the fans to turn on.
Hardware issue: The fan or the temperature sensor could be malfunctioning, causing the fans to turn on even if the device is not overheating.
You can try the following steps to troubleshoot the issue:

Keep your device in a cool, well-ventilated area to prevent overheating.
Clean the air vents and the fans with a can of compressed air to remove dust and debris.
Close any unnecessary programs and background tasks to reduce the load on the device.
Restart the device and check if the issue persists.
Update the device's firmware and software to the latest version.
Check the device's temperature using a diagnostic software or a system monitoring tool.
If the issue persists even after trying these steps, it might be best to take the device to a professional for repair or to the manufacturer for further assistance.
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