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Tower fan runs fast without stopping

The Tower fan runs constantly on a fast mode and I can hear it more and more

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Either your computer is running too hot (clean it out physically, or clean out viruses) OR the fan is failing, and it sounds louder and faster cause the bad fan bearings are making that noise.

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