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So I recently bought a new laptop (Acer Aspire A315-57g) on which I found that the cooling solution wasn't optimal and I decided that I want more RPMs from my fan. However I wasn't able to find a working software that is able to max it out.

So I have IDA on my disposal have Win32, C, C++, x86/-64 asm knowledge - Visual Studio 2022 Preview with C++ workload installed - where do I begin?

I tried numeral hacks (involving installing Acer gaming laptop tuning tool Predator control or something with simple WMI spoof), enabling "Cool Boost" in the registry for Quick Access, tried Fan Control app from github with different configs. Nothing budged though - the best I got is the rpm meter (in the Acer Predator control).

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  • Are you sure that the software isn't maxing the fans out already? I wouldn't hack anything here since you might kill your inbuilt fans or something more expensive. I'd buy a laptop stand, perhaps one that comes with fans or one where you can install some yourself. They improve airflow by themselves, too Aug 5 at 8:15

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