--- Comment #12 from Cristian Cocos ( ---
(In reply to PinkFromTheFuture from comment #11)

> Could unloading int3403_thermal cause other issues??

I haven't heard of any issues from anybody about that.

> I didn't quite understand this point and it feels important to me to
> understand it. Could you be more precise as to what you're doing?
> I thought the solution was to unmask... But you're masking it instead?

gpe0x6E needs to be MASKED: acpi_mask_gpe=0x6E (note the "mask" in there).
*That* is what stops the ACPI storm. Some people have reported that UNmasking
that ACPI interrupt some time AFTER masking it at boot-time gives you the best
of both worlds, but that is not my experience. It may work in Ubuntu, but that
is not what I am running. I, for one, prefer to keep it masked.

See also this:

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