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It's good.*********** board and CPU has a smart cooling technology that's why this happen.

No needs to worry about that.

Posted on May 15, 2009

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I'd swap it out to test ;)

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OK, firstly, if the CPU fan runs at high revolutions, it means that the CPU is very hot. The more heat on the CPU, the faster the fan will run in order to keep the CPU at the safe temp.

Hence, you will have to open up the case and have a look if the CPU fan housing is clogged with dust particles, this is usually the most common cause for the CPU to overheat. If you can see that there is a lot of use stuck to the fan, you will need to blow if off, i use a compressed air cylinder, it works great.

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Turn the computer off.
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