How to Control Computer Fan Speed (decrease or Increase when needed)

Notebook Fan Control

You might want to leave your current to control your laptop fan speed especially in summer working on your laptop maybe a bit awkward many transfer the heat to your body. Get me? I mean nobody wanted to touch a volcano. Here is an easy workaround for notebooks to control their CPU fan speed.

Why use computer fan controller: Controlling laptop’s fan is not easy.  Most of the time the operating system balance between temperature, battery and resource consumption. While if you have the ability to control (increase or decrease), it would be good. Right.

This is where Notebook Fan Control (NBFC) tool comes handy.

Once installed you Enable the module and select your specific PC model. Then you can control your fan’s speed from 0 to 100%. You can consider the CPU temperature whether to increase the Fan speed. Keeping your Fan at a higher speed will eat more battery life, but if you don’t care you can set the speed to 50%. However, that’s all up to you. Well if you computer have more than one fan, the tool will detect them as well.

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This tool is created by “Grantig” a user on the computer base forums, and it supports many modern notebooks. The range of systems the tool support is comprehensive, but not extensive or universal —

here is a base list of supported computers:

Acer Aspire 1410, 1810T, 1810TZ, 1825PTZ, 7735, LT-10Q

Acer Aspire One AO531h, AO751h, AOA110, AOA150
Acer Aspire S3
Acer TravelMate 7730G
Asus F5SR, M52VA, N550JV, N56VZ
Asus Vivobook S400CA
Asus Zenbook UX31A, UX32A, UX32VD, UX51VZA
ESPRIMO Mobile V5505
Gateway LT31
HP Compaq 615, 625, 8710p
HP EliteBook 2760p, 8560p, 8760w
HP Pavilion dv6
HP ProBook 4530s, 4535s, 4540s, 4710s, 6460b, 6465b, 6560b
Lenovo x121e 30515YG
Lenovo Yoga 13 2191
Medion Akoya P6630
Packard Bell DOA150, DOTMA, DOTMU, DOTVR46, ENBFT, Easynote TJ65
Sony Vaio SVE1711, SVT1312M1ES

Note: The app doesn’t come with all the laptop models XML files so if you can’t see your laptop name inside the model select option in the tool. You need to [go here] and find your laptop models XML file and paste it to Tools installation directory.

All the configuration files are stored in XML form so you can come up with your own file that supports your computer. Only when you’re willing to figure out the inner workings of your notebook’s embedded controller.

Download Notebook Fan Control [Github]

What if your computer is not supported.

The Internet is used another tools like SpeedFan come handy to control your computer fan speed.