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Registered: ‎03-03-2008
Location: Wales
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Re: Attention N200 Owners, I found a fix for the fan

Hi fellow forum lurkers Thanks for your efforts in investigating this issue.
 
I have a 3000 n200 0769-brg which I have upgraded with an Intel T7300 sla45 centrino chip.
 
Frankly, I am very dissapointed with Lenovo for not addressing the voltage issue for this chip.
 
Yes you can get the right voltage to it by using rightmark cpu clock utility but why on earth should you have to??????
 
Surely the whole point of a centrino chip on a santa rosa chipset is to save power!!!
 
The fan spin up and the fact that it will run around 75C plus under load is ridiculous.
 
Please Mark or any Lenovo people reading this can you have a look at this issue.
 
I would be more than happy to send info from my machine to assist