Satellite L855 - 11 k - slow cooling of the fan speed all in game

Hi all!

I have a Satellite L855 - 11 k of Pentecost of windows 8 (bought for my this latop came with windows7)

But they have a serious problem with the FAN, can't when I play a games fan powerful upward speed.
He is always 30%.

The FAN replied that at the request of the processor, the processor in the games works only 20-30% > rate does not rise. While the CPU temperature at 80 ° C

Is there a way to force the fan speed?
Sorry for my English, but I'm Spanish

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