I installed Fedora 18 on my desktop computer and I've got an issue. All the fans are all the time spinning at maximum speed. Like, you know, when my computer boots they are too, which is normal because the operating system drivers are not yet loaded I assume. But as soon as Windows 7 is running, they all definitely spin a lot slower. That's not the case with Linux. I already tried Debian, openSUSE and now Fedora. It's the exact same problem each time. Even once Linux is loaded, they all carry on spinning at maximum speed as during the boot sequence.
I already searched a lot the Internet and it's supposed to be a very common problem. They all speak about installing graphic card drivers. I installed a bunch of them but it didn't solve the problem. In fact, the graphic card fan is not the only one spinning like crazy, all the others are too! The CPU fan, the computer case fan, and so on. All of them are.
Do you have any solution for me?
I've got a Q8200 and a GTS 250.