That is normal ? What should i do ?
Sorry if I invade your topics, but I need your feedback! I've also a JZ, but mine have 2 thermal region: the left side is always cooler then the right side. This happen to you also?
... I have a JZ too, and I can confirm this is not how it's suppose to be, both fans are automatic as well I don't need to change the GPU Fan Speed to Full to cool it down it works automatically on both fans stress testing or games same result, same with my friends having JM and JZ too 🙂
Kelusion, it isn't that the JM/JS/JZ don't automatically adjust the CPU/GPU fan's, but they don't automatically have control over the full range of fan speed.
In order to get Full Cooling, you need to enable the Full fan in the Asus Tweak Tool for Laptops.
Try it, run a stress test like Prime95 + Furmark 15 minute Burn-in at the same time for full effect, and measure your temps without Full Fan enabled, and with Full Fan Enabled.
The temps are much less when you manually enable Full Fan. About 10C for GPU, and 2-5C for CPU.
Hmscott, when you talk about complete control of the Fan Speed then yes you are right, completely agree 🙂
However I have done these tests heavily when I got this laptop following your other posts on other threads already.
Coming back to what I was referring to was the question asked by Lazel90 of right side being more warmer then the left, to that is simply NO, they are both equal, both fans work great. For full speed control ofcourse you need to turn on 'Run GPU Fan on Full Speed' since currently we don't have much controlling like the Asus GPU Tweak for older laptops do and I wish Asus to give us more control using the GPU Tweak for JZ/JM/JS Models too, however I really haven't find a need to do it, I know running it can cause drops in Temp, but what's the point of using it when automatically they both work as optimal as they should and much silent :)! This was what I was pointing to originally from Lazel90's question :D!
Kelusion, two things come to mind, one is that the right side rear cooling vent, looking from the front, does put out hotter air when under load than the left side rear cooling vent. The GPU puts out more heat volume than the CPU under 100% load. So the right side does run "hotter" from that perspective.
The other is that I agree about not turning on the Full Fan switch. Let it get 10c hotter. It can handle that kind of heat, and who wants to listen to the Full fan at speed, even with headphones on - but many owners insist on turning on the GPU Full fan when gaming to keep things cooler - it helps the CPU temp a few degrees too, probably just from pulling in more cool air overall.
IDK why Asus doesn't give us tools like the ROG motherboards for our ROG Laptops - including more full featured BIOS's - lots more control over the BIOS and Fans - along with everything else. If we could have been able to switch from SPD settings to manual for memory we would have a wider range of memory that we could use - like Corsair Vengeance that has an SPD of 1.5v but runs at 1.35v just fine, if the BIOS would support it.