Bad sound from my Processor’s fan?

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My Processor's fan has a bad sound and I do not understand why is it happening. Few days ago it did not disturb me much, but now it really has an unbearable sound. What is the solution to get rid of this problem?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #79559

Bad sound from my Processor’s fan?

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Hi Khaled_mithun,

The reason behind the sound that comes from your processor is, there must have been some damage in your processor fan. You should open it and count the number of fans, see whether they are alright or any of it is missing.

For fixing this problem, you will have to fit a new processor fan in its place.

I hope this will help you.

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Krantz

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Bad sound from my Processor’s fan?

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Normally, the processor’s cooling fan is controlled by the system board. You can see the cooling fan’s speed rate by accessing the CMOS settings. The speed of the cooling fan is determined by the system based on the current temperature of the processor. If the processor operates on its minimal speed, it will not generate too much heat on its core and will make the cooling fan to turn on its minimal speed. But if the processor is processing too much information it will eventually generate more heat in its core. This will add speed on the cooling fan’s current speed rate. If the processor reaches its peak heat level, the cooling fan will now operate on its fastest speed and you will really hear its sound outside the CPU.

If you know that the cooling fan is quite old, you may decide to replace it with a new one. You may also try putting an electric fan facing the back of your CPU. This will force cool air to penetrate the CPU and will improve the CPU’s ventilation.

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