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Overheating and loud fan. (not a dust problem)

A few days ago, out of the blue it began overheating on me. It's done this in the passed before but after a day or so it no longer had problems with heating, and the fan was never this loud. I opened it up, there is no dust (I cleaned it out just a few weeks before this happened, as I do regularly.) and I cleaned it out anyway, taking out the fan completely. The heat seems to be gathering near the hard drive. Any help is greatly appreciated, thank you.

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