Sorry to hear you're running into issues!
I have a few questions for you just to confirm:
Is this issue happening in Windows 11, Windows 10, and in the BIOS?
Have you done any overclocking or voltage adjustments?
Does the issue persist if you reset the BIOS?
You mentioned the fan is running on high-- is there significant airflow when the fans are on high or does it feel pretty restricted? Is the air coming out hot or is it cool?
I am on win 10 because I just roled back today. Temps are normal. No issues whatsoever. When I upgrade to Win 11, my idle temps are too high and fans get kicking. I open my laptop once a month to clean the fans out and any dust out. Infact I did it after i Installed win 11 and it still didnt help. I reset bios already. In bios temps are still high when on win 11. but on win 10 temps are normal. I actually turned off oc adjustments from the radeon app. and no change. I am lost. Id like to use win 11, but if the fans are going to ra** my ears, then I'll stay on win 10.
Thanks for the info!
The installed OS should have no effect on the BIOS itself, so it's really strange that the BIOS is reporting different temperatures depending on what OS you have installed.
Just curious, what is BIOS reporting now for idle temp now that you're on Win10?
Asus changed something in their BIOS on one update and since then everyone is facing the same issues.
So far neither on reddit or on my thread someone with the will to help did answer.
From the research that I can do it is an issue with the power delivery to the processor.
There is simply to much power for the processor to boosting while bein indle and plugged into the charger.
Unplug the charger and you will see with the same power settings than you will have alomost no noise at all.
For me it seems that ASUS does not care about this Laptop anymore.
I have found a fix. Go into AMD Adrenaline settings and disable AMD CPU overclock. This helps a little. Next step is to order conductonaut and reapply a NORMAL amount of liquid metal. LMAO they applied that stuff extremely lightly. Not cooling my CPU at all! So, if you really want to fix it, reapply thermal paste, and change AMD settings. HOWEVER, I have not upgraded to win11 yet, therefore I haven't tried it there. THIS IS A FIX FOR WIN10. I am now getting 54 degrees at idle on cpu in WIN10. I however agree that Asus has stopped caring about this laptop. I am debating on selling and getting a newer one. LOL!