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Most noise problems arise from moving parts, unless of course something's frying on your CPU or GPU!!!
This means one of your cooling fans (one or all of 3: power supply fan, cpu fan or gpu fan) have either gone faulty, or have dust/dirt lodged in them and need cleaning. If you can replace it easily, that shoudl do the trick, but if you're a hands-on person, I would suggest to open up the case and have a look inside. Sometimes all it may be is the fan hitting a loose cable.
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