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I am assuming the noise is an abnormal squeel or such as opposed to the normally annoying fan noise that most cards have. If so...depending on the fan and card model, it can be replaced. But if you are like me, you want it fixed now. Most Fans are sealed and if the bearings go, well thats it for that fan, but some have a sticker on the center of the fan. i you peel that sticker off you might see the bearing, and if you are lucky enough to see that, drop ONE DROP of 3-in-1 oil, or such. if you cannot see a bearing and you cant find a replacement, you should still be able to remove the fan (Carefully). with the fan off, you can soak it in either wd-40 or light oil. after this you must be sure to clean off all excess oil (compressed air is best) before reisntalling.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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