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My CPU is making lot of noise especially when I'm using programs like Adobe reader

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The CPU wont make noise unless its frying. So its either your hard drives, cd drives, or your fans.
If its your fans i sugest buying newer "Cool Master" fans that are powerful but less noisy

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My cpu is making lot of noise pl. fix it.

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