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CPU and GPU fans will not increase speed when under load in windows 7


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The title says most of it. I'm running 10.6.4 on a late 2008 MBP with bootcamp 3.1. This is a relatively recent issue, I've only noticed it in the past month or two.
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How about when you're in OS X? Do the fans still ramp up when the machine is put under load? The fans should operate the same when in Windows 7 since they're controlled by heat sensors not the operating system. I know when I run a game in Windows 7, I can hear the fans begin to speed up until more cooling takes effect and then they slow down. Same as when I'm in Snow Leopard. I also have BC 3.1 installed.

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