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Check the fans in your pc, it sounds like at least one of them isent working properly and your pc gets overheated. When a pc going to warm it gets really slow and hangs.
My guess is that the CPU-fan dosent work properly and your CPU gets overheated, but check all the fans to be sure. The CPU fan runs cantantly, check so it dosent stop now and then.
The CPU fan on the GX280 is a variable speed fan. It only runs as fast as necessary to keep the CPU cool. But the fan also has an rpm sensor built in that regulates it at 3000 rpm. If the sensor is going bad, it senses its running slower than 3000 rpm when its actually running faster and continues to speed up until its wide open. Thus the 'jet engine' sound. Replace the fan and that should do it. If by chance it doesn't, it gets more serious and likely a motherboard problem.
Yes. This sounds like a fan issue. The noise often comes from bearings failing within the fan. Also, a failing bearing can make things harder on the motor as it brings the fan up to speed. This is likely the reason that you see increased warnings during the fan speed check while booting because it comes to speed more slowly as bearing wear increases.
I give this a 90% chance that your CPU fan is causing the issue. Since a decent CPU fan will cost you ~$20 online, it's not much out of your pocket if you happen to uncover another culprit.
I'll keep an eye on this post. Let me know how things go.
You must buy a new CPU Fan. You can get them HERE or a zillion other places on the Internet. You need a Socket 939 type fan that will handle your cpu speed. If you need help installing it, it may be in the manual. You can read the manual by clicking on the picture of your MB at the top of this post and then scrolling down.
I had found one continuous problem with the E machine. The CPU fan. Take the cover off. Turn on the system. Is the cpu fan running or very noisey???. I find that the fan as most others collect a lot of dust. You will have to either vacumn or blow the dust & dirt out to free the fan so it spins normally. If the fan has stopped or stops and starts, replace it that may be the reason for the freeze up due to the cpu chip becoming overheated. Now if you are talking about the other fan. The power supply fan stopping and starting the system would shut down when that happens. That would be another issue.