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Re: cpu fan problem
The only way to minimize will be reducing the voltage that goes to it but why would you want to slow it down. These devices need to have some kind of cooling because they can get really hot if the fun is slower or non functional.
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Restart it or get off of gamesites or things like, Minecraft, Call of Duty, Terraria, and others like those. If a game takes a little to load and after a while you can hear the fan getting louder you can do something else until the fan starts to slow down a bit.
I've almost the same problem. When the system turns on the monitor doesn't sync. After a variable trials with down/up the sync is enabled and the computer starts.A very clear event occurs : when the monitor can''t sync ( and system doesn't boot)you can hear very clear a high fan rotation. When I look/hear in the system the Isuspect the cpu fan. The system boots ( monitor syncs) when the fan rotationgoes from high to low. So the system hangs on an internal check on the rotation speed of the cpu fan.I've googled a lot , but until now doesn't find an answer . Possibilties which I think about : replace cpu fan , clean cpu fun ( but it looks clean).I cannot measure the fan rotation speed when the system is hanging. At normal rotation all info can retrieved witth the program cpu-z.Did you already have a solution ?
first make sure your ac cable is working well, then try to check the power supply of your computer if the fan rotates every time you hit the power button of your cpu, if not then change your power supply. if it fan rotates and stops, try to used another power supply if fan rotates and still won't display open up your cpu try to check if the fan over the processor will rotate and still don't recieve display. try to remove the video card and memory and clean it and re insert it. if still don't work. you got your motherboard defective.
This is an indication of overheating within the PC. Open the PC case and clean all the air vents. Take the heatsink and fan off the CPU and give it them a good clean. Put the heatsink and fan back on to the CPU and start up the PC. check that the fan on the heatsink is running smoothly.
Also, make sure the vents on the power supply are clear and the fan on the power supply runs well.
If you go into the BIOS setup, you may be able to monitor the fan and the CPU temperature.
OK, the thing is, if the fan is not rotating at all, you will need to replace it. The problem related to the computer shutting down, is the fact that the CPU overheats, and then shuts down the computer to protect the system components.
SO, if the fan actually rotates, you will need to clean the fan from all the dust particles collected on it. If the fan does not rotate at all, you will need to replace the broken fan.
OK, now, the only components in your computer which actually rotates which can explain the the sound you are hearing is either the CPU fan or the CD/DVD rom or the Hard Drive.
You can test if it is the CD/DVD rom by opening your CD/DVD rom while starting the computer up. If the sound persists, it is most probably your CPU fan.
The reason for your CPU fan to rotate at high speeds is most likely the result of the CPU itself not getting the sufficient cooling, hence the fan needs to rotate faster.
I would suggest that you have a look into the matter if it is your CPU fan, because this might cause your CPU to become faulty when it overheats. You can open up the unit and use some compressed air to get rid of all the unwanted dust particles on the CPU heat sink and fan.
Fell free to let me know if you need any further assistance.
• The operation of a fan (indicated by detail code) is faulty. • The CPU PCB is faulty. • The DC driver PCB is faulty.
0001 The electrical unit fan (FM8) has stopped to rotate in error. 0002 The IP cooling fan (FM7) has stopped to rotate in error. 0003 The exhaust fan (FM2) has stopped to rotate in error. 0004 The ozone suction fan (FM5) has stopped to rotate in error. 0005 The toner suction fan (FM6) has stopped to rotate in error. 0006 The laser scanner motor cooling fan (FM4) has stopped to rotate in error. 0008 The primary charging assembly fan (FM3) has stopped to rotate in error.
Actually, when you play 3d games, it takes a lot of processor usage, thus more heat is generated from the processor. The system compensates this heat by increasing the speed of the fan. Try downloading a sensor for your processor(usually available in the drivers CD or the motherboard's website) to check if the heat is really over the limit. If it is, you may want to clean your fan, put some oil, and replace the heatsink compound. Or if you have extra cash to spare, buy a better cooling system for your processor