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There is a lot of things that slow your computer's internet connection. You have to keep your computer optimized, such as cleaning your web browser's cache files and your hard drive could be needing maintenance. Run a few ISP speed tests, Speakeasy,Comcast, are just a few. If you are a wireless connection download this freeware program which can help you find a better connection, Go to http://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html , PS check your internet provider to see how fast a connection your paying for.
Make sure your other fans are running also and make sure the inside of your tower is clean, no dust build up in heat sinks etc. You can also set your fan(s) on the card run manually through the Smart Doctor. What does it say the temp is? You also may want to try to uninstall then re-install the Smart Doctor and set it up again with the manual fan speed at max. Click on the settings tab, then on "fan control" tab. At the top, click on the box "manual control" then, drag the tab over with mouse to adjust fan speed faster. Good luck, Dave
Is your connection speed slow or fast . In slow connections
this problem is very common . In this case i advice you to get a faster
If your connection is fast , then the problem is
with your Internet browser or you don't have Java script installed on
your PC .
If the problem is with the browser , then i advice
you to uninstall it and reboot and then install it again and reboot and
problem will be solved and i advice you to have more than one
browser installed on your computer . I already have three [internet
explorer , google chrome , firefox ] .
If the problem is with jave sript , then go to www.java.com and install java from there and problem will be solved .
It depends on the fan.
Most built-in fans can have their speedaltere by the motherboard, if they are connected to it. If they are hooked up to the power supply, they will always run on maximum speed. I they are on the power supply, try attaching them o te motherboard.
There's also a lot of fans that are set to one speed, for example 2000rpm, and they will never go faster or slower than that. The only way to get them to run slower is by using a fan controller.
I hope this answers your question,
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.
Hi Jean, sounds like you might need to add more memory to your PC. A fast Internet connection won't make a slow machine run any faster. If you right click on My Computer and choose properties, the box that comes up should tell you how much memory you currently have. If it's 512mb or less, that's a good indication that that is the problem.