Question about Intel (8W501B1M3G) CPU Fan, CPU Cooling Kit, Cooling Fan
It is possible that dust got lodged into the fan bearing area. Remove the fan again and inspect the area where the fan spins with a magnifying glass. You may need to use compressed air to get the dust out. This may be followed by lubricating it with special oil or grease.
Posted on Oct 29, 2007
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