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Temperature/Fan issue 15ARE05 Ideapad 5 AMD

2020-07-10, 23:52 PM
Set minimum processor state for 1% in advanced power options, max state 100%. Check cpu load - in idle state normal(typical) load is 0-2% for all cores. Typical temp for Idle - 40-50C. If load above 2% you have trouble with OS or software/drivers. Check it.
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Re:Temperature/Fan issue 15ARE05 Ideapad 5 AMD

2020-10-08, 20:48 PM

Any fix on this? I'm having very similar issues. 

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Re:Temperature/Fan issue 15ARE05 Ideapad 5 AMD

2020-10-24, 11:22 AM

Which build of Windows are you running? 

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Re:Temperature/Fan issue 15ARE05 Ideapad 5 AMD

2020-10-25, 15:46 PM

I don't know if i have similar issues, however is think my cpu temp rises very quickly. To keep it cool(er) I have set it to maximum performance too, I thought, get optimal cooling.

In the screenshot i have the cpu temp with load between 8-25%, multiplier varies between 14 and 40 for different cores.

win10 version 1909, bios E7CN33WW, CPU 4500U

Are yours similar?

From Speccy v1.32.774 
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Re:Temperature/Fan issue 15ARE05 Ideapad 5 AMD

2020-10-26, 13:06 PM

A Max Performance setting (whether the default Windows one or the Lenovo Vantage specific one) would mean the CPU running at the maximum performance which would increase heat.

 

You'd want to set Windows to Best Battery Life and/or Lenovo Vantage to the Intelligent Cooling or Battery Saving presets.

 

The system should ramp up and down in temperature some though regardless if you are running a heavy workload. It's hard to know the exact temps we're seeing on that scale, but they don't look out of spec or near the top at all.

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