10-18-2015 02:40 PM
I got a problem with my laptop. The fan is making loud noise everytime I open a new window, a new tab, any setting window and so. I believe it is supposed to make this kind of noise when I'm stressing it with more programs running, not by simply open the files explorer... Any idea on what to do? (model is Lenovo Yoga 500-15IBD)
10-18-2015 11:16 PM
Most probably a program or App is running at the background cause fast spinning fan to cool down CPU temp.
To figure it out, right click in your taskbar and from the opened menu click on task manager.
-From top menu click on performance tab then click on resource monitor ==> from top menu click on CPU tab and look at to the Average CPU usage and see which App or Program is using a high percentage of your CPU capacity==> right click on it and end the process.
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01-18-2016 02:28 PM - edited 01-18-2016 02:30 PM
Did you resolve this problem? I plan to buy this laptop, but I dont want listen ANY noise when CPU temperature below 60 degrees.
I have Yoga 2-13 laptop. It has some problem, but I resolved it. Thanks to this community:
Did you try to install NotebookControlFanControl app?
01-18-2016 11:55 PM
I have same problem with my YOGA 500-15ISK (i7-6500U / 8GB DDR3 / SSD 256GB / nVidia 940M).
You can read my topic or many many others on this forum.
in short: it is standard behavior of yoga laptop series, fan speed behave depending on the cpu activity not on the actual temperature and Lenovo thinks it's perfectly OK and don't reacting to this problem..
I tried NoteBook FanControl, but it has different registry values and didn't work..