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Computer my processor fan gets heated often,is there any solution?

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    ash_speed123 Sep 26, 2008

    i tried solution 1.it worked for me.i just cleaned the processor fan.there was lots of dust.and then i fixed the fan.now the sound is minimized and i can feel the change.thank you sir.

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If your processor fan is heated often.....then the solution is.....you have to remove the fan first and clean it....as possible as you can.....then there is gel available in the computer shop...it is cheap only...you have to buy that and apply at the back of the processor fan.....instructions manual will be available with that gel....you can follow that....after applying the gel....fix the processor fan in the motherboard....you will find the difference.....i am a software engineer and i have experience in this....try this....it will work 100%.....

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Attached cabinet fan with your system. after that if the problem will not solve please change the processor fan.ok bye
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