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Dell opti plex gx280 high speed for processor fan

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If it is the speed control your looking for you need to go into the bios and look for the bios setting for overclocking there you shoul find fan speed control you can usually fing it in the chipset configuration

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Dose not boost and fan is high speed


The Thermal Paste in-between the Processor, and finned Heatsink that sits on it; has dried up.

THOROUGHLY clean top of Processor, and bottom of Heatsink.
PROPERLY apply fresh, new Thermal Paste.

FOLLOW Anti-Static Procedures.

(Not 'shouting', emphasizing)

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3071621&CatId=503

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/274

ftp://ftp.dell.com/Manuals/all-products/esuprt_desktop/esuprt_optiplex_desktop/optiplex-gx280_user%27s%20guide_en-us.pdf


Click on the style of Optiplex GX280 that you have. In the list click on Processor.

FOLLOW Anti-Static Procedures.

Yes, I listed that twice.

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My optiplex gx280 desktop fan rotate at a really high speed, but won't turn on. There are no visible bad caps. What else should i check for?


I have that same problem and what usually works for me is to remove the ram and reinstall it also to move a little the heatsink of the processor, just nudge it a little then try again.
Also try not to move too much your computer

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Apply pressure on the heat sink fan right before you press the power button and continue applying pressure. Watch your screen if you see it boot this means its a problem with your processor clamp that applies pressure to the processor. Try to remove the top part of the clamp. Shouldn't be too hard with some needle nose pliers. Then just replace the heat sink and fan with out that clamp.  

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i had same problem today and i tested my machine and solved the problem at last.
the problem is the thermal value that your mainboard sets for your cpu.
please replace the mb.
ps: before this process,i tried almost everything . cpu fan , memory , cpu , cables ,case ... everything. but the problem is on your mb.

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Same problem... orange power light, fan starts slow and builds up to very high speed.
I removed my video card and SIMMs --> it beeped on boot and the fan did not speed up.
Put one SIMM back in --> booted fine, pressed F2 to view BIOS. Memory reported fine.
Put all SIMMs back in --> all fine now.

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