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Mother Board Fan Making too Much Noise

Hey How r u I am one As rock mother board and in that CPU fan is making too much noise kindly guide me what to do in this case.

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  • irfan_sm Jul 23, 2008

    cpu fan is making hell lot of noise. I even changed the fan. Its actually making fan to run much faster. Is there a way to slow it down?

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There are 2 main reasons for the CPU fan to run noisily.One is that there is film of dust accumalated on the cooling fins thus not allowing air to circulate and cool the CPU properly.The second is that perhaps the fan needs to be oiled because the sleeve bearing has gone dry.The most common problem for a noisy CPU fan is accumalation of dust.You will have to remove the fan and clean it thoroughly with a soft brush.

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Dear Rhod

How an hardware can make a noise kindly let me know in detail how to check hardware.

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Check the fan or maybe its your harddrive makin noise

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