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Loud noises my graphic card makes weired noises when the computer starts and the fan spins slow

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It is very possible that that fan is mulfunctionning overheating the videocard. replace the fan. (you can by the fan seperate from radioshack or some local computer store. (sometimes it is cheaper to replace the video card since it comes with it's own fan.) but of course it depends on what card you have.

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