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My Dell Computer Processor fan runs too fast continusly, it wont slow down, pls help me.

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Your processor fan is designed to run in response to the temperature sensor thats on the motherboard. If it's running too fast, it's likely your processor is running too hot. Make sure the case has adequate ventilation and is clear of dust and debris.
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