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Ventilator of the microprocessor

Hello the ventilator of the microprocessor makes noise because it goes always very fast (4600 rpm) to resolve it? thanks

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Re: ventilator of the microprocessor

Most modern motherboards include temperature sensors that can speed up or slow down the CPU fan depending on how hot the processor is. If its noisier than it was originally it could be: -inefficient cooling caused by dust accumulating in the heatsink under the fan. -could be heat buildup in the case itself causing the processor to run hot. -could just be noisier because the bearing in the CPU fan is wearing out. -Make sure the CPU fan power cable is plugged into the proper socket. If it?s not the motherboard cannot control the speed. Let us know if you have any other questions.

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Dell optiplex GX280 tower machine, pc reboot again and again, fan run so fast and make alot of sound, also power light blink red instead of green, i have changed rams but facing same problem, what sho

Hello here is the home page:

I think you have some kind of a virus or malware on your system.

Install this program and make a full scan:

You maybe have to start the pc in failsafe mode by pressing F8 while you reboot.

Install also a better FREE antivirus program:

Please uninstall any other antivirus programs before you install microsoft security essentials. Run a full scan when installed and updated.It`not great to have more than one anti virus program installed. Most antivirus programs have a background scanner running to protect you from virus vhile you surf on the internet open a file etc.With more than one antivirus program the pc`s performance will be decreased.

There are a lot of things that can cause a computer to shut down.This could also be the power supply.Try also to renew the thermal grease between the cpu and the fan but BE CAREFULL not to damage the cpu.
If you are unsuccessfull at resolving the problem visit a computer repair shop.

When you talk about checking memory, it's the physical RAM stick inside the computer. RAM does not have sectors like a hard disk drive. If it does happen to be bad I'd replace it with at least 1GB to 2GB. 512MB is really low.

Good luck

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I have a HPDV9000 Laptop and it is making a terrible loud noice, very annoying. Starts when turned on. What can it be. Thank you.

More than likely it's one of the cooling fans. They spin at relatively high RPM and if they're damaged they can emit a loud whirring or screeching noise. If it's a clicking noise then it could be your hard drive failing.

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My Dell Computer Processor fan runs too fast continusly, it wont slow down, pls help me.

Your processor fan is designed to run in response to the temperature sensor thats on the motherboard. If it's running too fast, it's likely your processor is running too hot. Make sure the case has adequate ventilation and is clear of dust and debris.
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Hello there . I have the foxconn 661FX7MI-S motherboard. I wan to upgrade the celeron cpu. What is the fastest processor that is worth putting in it. Also will I be able to use the same fan or will I need...

This is the spec for your motherboard microprocessor......

Supports Intel® Prescott-T processor in an LGA775 package
Supports FSB at 533MHz/800MHz
Supports Hyper-Threading technology

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Ink comes out the other end of cartridge as fast as in goes in the top

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Sounds like a bad printer Cartridge you are going to need a new one those can not be repaired at home .

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System hangs up when temperature goes upto

you really need to get a new cpu cooler then. the fact that you havent had complete meltdown yet is a little surprising. make sure that when you DO get a new one, you use a high quality heat compound and FOLLOW package instructions. make sure there is plenty of ventilation as well.

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Assalaam-o-Alekum and Hello This is Bilal, I have Dell optiplex GX280 with 3.2Gh processor. Iam facing a problem with a cooling fan which install for cooling of processor. Thats run very fast after few...

Hi, I have the same computer, and the stock fan that's installed has a very high rpm. It is a variable fan that can actually be set in the bios to run in a quiet mode or in a mode that is more for heavy work, like your gaming, or other intensive work that requires a lot of processing. Other tasks that require the processor to work harder are graphics, CAD, audio recording, and video editing and viewing. You will notice on your dell, that you can actually hear the fan go through different speeds depending on how much work the processor is doing. It can get loud, and you may even think that maybe something is wrong with your fan, but that's just the fan attempting to cool the processor as it's working. This is software controlled based on the temperature reading of the processor chip. To use a quieter mode, you can enter your bios during startup, and find the fan settings. Change the fan setting to the quieter mode (it actually reads something like "quiet mode" or office mode" or something like that - very easy to determine. Then save your settings and exit bios. I need to tell you though, it's not much quieter. There are quieter fans you could buy for your CPU, but it may not be worth it to you. I had my cpu sitting on top of a side desk, and it was unreasonably loud. I plaecd it on the floor under the desk, and now I can barely hear it. Maybe you need to place your cpu further away from you in such a way. You can even get foam and "soundproof" your cpu, remembering of course, not to cover the ventilation holes in your case, or cover any part of the processor or motherboard - just the interior walls of the case. A lot of techs I know who need their processor near them (disk and rear panel access) use this technique. Hope this helps.

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That noise is due to your Power-Supply-Unit, Hard-Drive, Optical Drives, other spinning devices, and ventilation fans. You can reduce some of it but not all of it.

For example, your hard-drive could be rather old and producing a lot of noise when it spins up, reads, or writes data. You could replace it with a newer hard-drive which barely makes any noise. The same with your Power Supply Unit (PSU). It could be old and rather noisy. You could buy yourself a newer one such as the ones made by PC Power & Cooling which gets you a quieter product. However that's about it as you DO NOT want to reduce the amount of fans in your system.

Sorry if this was not the solution you were after. However most noise from a computer stems from ventilation fans which can be replaced but should not be removed.

Feb 02, 2009 | Abit NF7-S V2 Motherboard

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Cpu fan heatsink spinning at abnormal top speed

i think your PC must be going off after some mins or half hour ...

if this is true then this is due to the Video adapter IC (integrated circuit) failure ...
this happens if the video adapter IC is getting over heated on the motherboard ....

so you need to replace that video adapter IC then everything will go on fine ....

you need to contact the motherboard technician and get the video adapter IC replaced ......

if the heat sink is only making noise then remove the processor with the heat sink and check for the obstacles if there are any obstacles then clean it and refit the processor then i think you will not get this noise again .....
before removing just have a check is that the heat sink making noise or some other device (it may be hard disk too ) so it is better to have the check before removing processor...
do it if you are good at removing it otherwise no way you must and should contact the technician only ....

i think it s easy you can do it ...

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Cpu fan noisy/chip fan fail error messages


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.

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