grub2 – Using Ubuntu 18.04 Fan Control

Unable to control the fans on Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS installed on the Dream Machines laptop with the Clevo motherboard and NVidia discrete graphics processor. Fans always work, even when the CPU usage is 1-2% (sensors) and GPU 1% (Nvidia ks). he
It's pretty boring to always have fans.

By the way, under Windows (as 2nd OS dual boot via GRUB2 on this laptop, fans works well as required)

Fan sensors are not detected with the help of sudo-detect detectors

sensors
pch_cannonlake-virtual-0
Adapter: virtual device
temp1: + 48.0 ° C

acpitz-virtual-0
Adapter: virtual device
temp1: + 44.0 ° C (crit = + 120.0 ° C)

iwlwifi-virtual-0
Adapter: virtual device
temp1: + 38.0 ° C

coretemp-isa-0000
Adapter: ISA adapter
Package ID 0: + 43.0 ° C (high = + 100.0 ° C, crit = + 100.0 ° C)
Core 0: + 43.0 ° C (high = + 100.0 ° C, crit = + 100.0 ° C)
Core 1: + 42.0 ° C (high = + 100.0 ° C, crit = + 100.0 ° C)
Core 2: + 43.0 ° C (high = + 100.0 ° C, crit = + 100.0 ° C)
Core 3: + 42.0 ° C (high = + 100.0 ° C, crit = + 100.0 ° C)
Core 4: + 42.0 ° C (high = + 100.0 ° C, crit = + 100.0 ° C)
Core 5: + 41.0 ° C (high = + 100.0 ° C, crit = + 100.0 ° C)

I've tried adding boot parameters to my grub configuration in / etc / default / grub (not together). apply the changes by sudo update-grub and to restart and restart sudo-detect detectors but that did not help me to specify the fans and all

GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX = "acpi_osi ="
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX = "acpi_osi = Linux"

tlp-stat pastebin link with acpi_osi = Linux newspapers

tlp-stat pastebin link with acpi_osi = newspapers

the fan and thermal_zone process files do not exist

/ proc / acpi / fan: No such file or directory
/ proc / acpi / thermal_zone: No such file or directory

fwts fan give me no feedback
FWTS fan pastebin link

$ hardinfo 

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Motherboard in hardinfo given Not applicable / N8xxEP6 (Dream machines)
Maybe this is somehow related to the problem?

There is an assumption that notebook has no ACPI support for fans, they seem to be completely controlled by the BIOS. By the way, keyboard
Lightning always shines high (without changing brightness) even when I'm in the BIOS or sitting in Ubuntu. So, the hypothesis with fans completely controlled by the BIOS can be true.

But anyway, maybe I can do something to make fans run Linux? Can any one explain whether it is possible to run them or not if, for example, the fans are completely controlled by the BIOS?