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Over sound heard from mother board processor fan

I am having intel D101GGc mother broad &p4 2.8GH processor i am hear over speed sound from fan. after indentifying i found the paste missing in between the processor & the cooling fan. what is the solution for this. please reply me.......?

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The speed of the fan is done by the motherboard, the harder the procesor is working the faster the fan speeds are. There probably was thermal paste between the processor and heatsink but some may have dissipated. If you are applying paste on, put a very thin layer, as too much can be as bad as not enough. clean the fan off of any dust and the heatsink and ensure that there is plenty of room in pc for air circulation.

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