Cool... should matter that much, but doesnt hurt testing .. but when switching to NV graphics does does it still do 100% fan?
Do you have the amd drivers from the hp site installed? Could you try those.. sometimes they are tuned with bios of the machine in mind, so if you could try those?
I checked the .._true log-file. Your CPU is quite hot, what is running in the background?
Also the GPU voltage also spikes at times, but no visible load which seems a BIOS issue to me.
Could you post your bios version..
The log of NV temps tells that with just a little bit of activist the temp rises quickly..
Maybe open a warranty case with HP support.
Imho your machine gets to hot to quickly.. and i think of is the cooler itself..
All of the components seem to go up very quickly in temp, no matter what gfx you are using.. and or seems to bleed heat to the other components as well.
So its a good thing the fan kicks on ... but it kicks on to much, and or should do a beter job cooling at that load.
I would open a case with HP of of was nu machine, and i'm afraid so should you.
Sorry, but i dont think its an easy fix in software.
Go to into system BIOS and find the "Fan Always on when A/C Power," option. DISABLE it and save and exit.
I mentioned it in a post earlier, but i think you missed that one.
Still think it gets quick but of i doesnt go over 80 degrees for a long time its ok.
Also check upgrade bios section, because that may also help out reducing the fan speed when its running.
The option was and still is disable
Bios is the latest
I don't see the Power Saver option - I will try to find it somewhere
Is it possible that the charger is broken?