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My fan makes a loud noise from my machine is that a problem should I be worried

That usually indicates either something has become lodged in the fan or more often, they fan bearings are going out and you need to replace the fan soon. Make sure nothing is trapped in the fan first, if not, then you'll need to get a replacement as soon as possible. If the fan goes out while the PC is on and you're not aware or not around it can overheat and ruin your CPU.

May 02, 2015 | PC Desktops

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I need to replace the small motherboard fan. Any

Hi friend,

Yes this is easy task,if you wand to change the motherboard fan than firstly remove the power cord in CPU,pull out the side cover of CPU and than you see the motherboard fan in front of you,Two fans available in system one is CPU FAN and another is motherboard FAN,you need to change motherboard fan,this is attached in motherboard with two iron stick,press the both stick through thumb and press the upper,now you remove the older motherboard fan and fix the new one.after fix the new fan press both iron stick and fix it.
plug the power cable and switch on the system.


Jan 16, 2010 | Evesham Axis 64 FX (AXIS64FXMAR04) PC...

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Fan is loud

well if its not attached to the motherboard in any place, for example the heat sync, or the cpu, then you can remove the fan, any other place, you shouldnt replace it because the mother board sets the fan at a certain rpm, and which would sound loud with any fan. I know this because i replaced the fan on my sony computer, and on a generic motherboard, and it was quiet, but when i put it on my sony computer, it was loud, so if you want to replace your fan, i suggest liquid cooling, it is completely quiet, and keeps your cpu much cooler than a fan. Best of luck.

Jul 04, 2009 | PC Desktops

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System fan has failed

Your system's fan has failed. If it is under warranty, you need to have HP made aware of this failure.

Jun 18, 2009 | HP Pavilion a1410n (ER890AA) PC Desktop

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I need to replace the cooling fan and heatsink on my Gateway ML6720. I'm having trouble finding the part. If I can find it, can you tell me how to replace it?

The best thing you can do is replace the fan itself with a like kind of shape and size. I usually do this by going to a computer store with the old fan and matching it up with the ones they have in stock, or measure the size in milimeters and buy one on line. The fan is held on by 4 screws and it is much easier than trying to remove the heat-sink and take the chance of damaging the motherboard. You can just screw the new fan to the old heat-sink and you are done, plug it in and insure the fan is blowing in the right direction and you are done. Good Luck, RAC

Apr 20, 2009 | PC Desktops

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Replacing the fan or fans in a dell 4600 with the quietest fan I?

there really is no difference when it comes to the fans.... they all create the same noise level...

Jan 07, 2009 | Dell Dimension 4600 PC Desktop

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The fan is very noisy

The post begs for the obvious answer: Replace the fan.

Now to be more polite, first you need to identify the failing fan and replace it.

A desktop system can have several fans. Case/processor fan (you can test to see if this is the effected fan by unplugging it for a minute or two from the motherboard (a couple minutes will not hurt the system).

The video card may have a fan on it (Often on the underside if a mini tower) Some video card fans can be easily removed but finding replacement fans can be a challenge. Normally if a video card fan fails, replace the video card.

Most often, the failing fan is in the power supply unit or PSU. If you are handy with electrical components, you can remove the PSU, remove the fan and replace it. If you are not handy electrically, replace the PSU.

Higher end system may have card cage fans to help cool hard drive/expansion cards and others have fans specifically to coll hard drives.

Most manufacturers have spare parts where you can buy parts or you can use google to find specific replacement parts or fan suppliers.

Jul 14, 2008 | Packard Bell PC Desktops

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Cpu overheat

You would need:
1. Make and Model of computer
2. Processor Name, Speed, and type

To replace the fan you would also have to get some thermal greese to apply to both processor and new fan. Depending on the fan, you might consider asking a local tech to install it for you.

Jul 03, 2008 | PC Desktops

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CPU Cooling

as long as the holes match up and you vacum(not blow out) the cooling fans you will be fine

May 10, 2008 | Dell Dimension 5150 (DIM515MIN) PC Desktop

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Need to replacement processor fan.Brand name GIGABYTE with p/n 401012...Need to know who to get it from...And where?

What I would do is just bring the fan into one of your little local computer shops. Fans do not need to be replaced with original parts. In almost every case you will end up with a better fan then the original which would keep your cpu cooler causing better performance and longer life.

Bring the old fan to them so that they can see the mount style and make sure they give you one that will fit onto your board.

I have seen fans run as cheap as $10 and go way up there. typically you can get a better replacement fan for about $20

Mar 20, 2008 | PC Desktops

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