Question Overheating/Fans full speed on Dell G3 3579

Nov 13, 2020
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Hi !

I had issues with my laptop, I had a black screen and my fans went full speed on booting, I fixed that by resetting the bios.
Now my laptop is booting quite normally, I can go on my desktop but the fans are making much more noise than before. I checked CPU/GPU temps and they are way higher than before (around 70° for the CPU).
I don't know how to do/read diagnostic reports so maybe you can help me to find if it's okay or if i may damage my laptop by using it at the moment..

My config is :
Intel i7-8750H
Nvidia geforce GTX 1050 Ti
8GB RAM
256GB SSD +HDD (only for storage)

PS: English is not my native language.. sorry for that
 
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hang-the-9

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Laptops often have fan speed settings in the BIOS, see if there is an option there to set them to a quieter mode. Motherboard may be an issue also maybe the temp sensors went out and it thinks the system is running higher temps than it is.
 

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