I noticed that there was a BIOS setting for Fan Always On. Never turned it off because I wasn't sure what would happen. Well I tried it this week and it does exactly as advertised! The fan turns off at low temperatures! Combined with an undervolt, my cool apartment room temperature and forcing the CPU to never go above 50% in advanced power options under CPU, I can use the laptop silently while web browsing without flash content. I also set the fan setting from active to passive under Windows Power Options -> Advanced for every profile. ATI Powerplay is on max power savings, which effectively underclocks the HD3200 into an HD3100. My Windows Experience index drops from a 4.4 to a 3.3 if I do this. I don't remember if this was a default BIOS setting. I also turned Virtualization off in BIOS because I wasn't using it. not sure if that would help as well. I am at the newest BIOS revision, running Windows 7 with the AMD C1E patch installed from the HP Windows 7 hotfix pack I posted some time back.