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PC tower fan is noisy

Q: PC tower fan is noisy

Iv no idea how to find out the make or moduel of the fan One day last year it beggan to make strange noises rattling When i reset the pc tower PC fan noisy is it stopped I looked online recently and found it could be multiple reasons so i opend the pc took a good look inside removed the fan cleaned very single area of the fan put it back in ensuring nothing was damaged When i turn the pc on and im looking at the fan it seems to be working perfectly but with the noise If i run my finger along the smooth centre to slow it it makes no noise If i slow it down with the three speed button thing that hangs from the fan then it still makes a noise The fan has lie a suspension on it and when i press PC tower fan is noisy it in theres no noise when i let it go the noise rattles again I personally think that inside the fan right where the motor is spinning theres is a problem of dust or something but i can t be sertain I want my fan to make no noise but be on full speed as befour since im a heavy gamer and i work with music too What should i do If i want to buy a new fan how do i choose one that will fit into it s place My pc uses a fan for the power supply a fan for the cpu and a fan on the side of the tower What do i do if i want to add more fans to my pc tower nbsp

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A: PC tower fan is noisy

To find a fan or a similar size, just measure the old one in mm and get the same size locally or online. Case fans are generally 80MM, 92mm or 120mm.

Adding fans where they are no holders or screw holes would require something as simple as twist or zip ties or actually modifying the case to accept more fans.

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I recently performed a clean install of Win7 HP on this older tower and it's been running very well. Trouble is, it sounds like a vacuum cleaner on its last legs...very loud noises. I'm not qualified to identify a correlation between the upgrade and the outrageously noisy internals, but I've been given suggestions about poor heatsink mounting a la dried up thermal compound, or bad fans' bearings, or hard drive, etc.

I took a snapshot of the inside of the chassis with the side panel removed for uploading of the jpeg here, because I'm not savvy enough to understand where the heatsink is I'm happy to replace fans and even the heatsink if someone will please just tell me how to find it

Thank you.

sbuxman

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Is it definitely louder than before the clean install, with no new components? That is, is this a new development?

The heatsink refers to the CPU cooler in the lower right portion of that picture. If the heatsink were mounted poorly, it might cause the CPU fan to speed up in an attempt to lower temperatures. It wouldn't be my first guess for the source of noise, but that fan may be working very hard or going bad.

Check your temperatures and fan speeds with a tool such as HWInfo.

Fans spinning above 1000 rpm are typically audible--some more than others.
Get your ear in there and listen. You can stop case fans or even the CPU fan for a second or two to see if the noise disappears---that's one way to determine if it is a fan issue.

Listen near the power supply, probably upper left in that pic. It has a fan also.

Does the noise sound like a wooshing? That's most likely fans or air turbulence.

Whines can be drives, power supply coils, or even motherboards.

Hard drives are probably lower left in your pic.

Cases can be noisy in general, some more than others. You might have a vibration component to the noise from the front bezel rattling a bit--or just from poor design where noise leaks out through gaps or vents.

It's not easy to quiet a noisy case. The best way to get a quiet PC is to assemble it from quiet components, rather than trying to quiet it after the fact.

Some fans are noisier than others, even if working properly. You'd have to replace them with known quiet fans--preferably of the largest diameter that will fit the mount.

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A:My rear tower fan is noisy...Is it because?

NO, some fans are noisy.

Is it old one?

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A:Packard Bell Pentium D using windows XP: Tower Unit - fan very noisy

It's only showing one fan reading because there's only one that can be read on your PC.

This may sound silly, but you've cleaned the fans, correct?

If the fan that is making noise is the PSU fan, I wouldn't mess with it and just replace it.

If the problem is the case fan or the CPU fan, clean those thoroughly with DRY cotton swabs, making sure not to leave any cotton "threads" behind.

[edit]

While you've got it open, make sure the power cord to each fan is plugged into your motherboard.
 

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A:Power supply bigger than the tower - frustrated by HP PSU tower

If the power supply will physically fit your case, it should work fine with your computer. Will the extra 10mm interfere internally with anything inside the PC?
 

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Your system may just be running hotter - heat-sensitive fans will turn faster. More power drawn from the PSU will make it generate more heat too.

Also, are your fans working together to produce some kind of directed air flow? No point in having fans struggling to push air through other fans in the wrong direction.
 

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A:Noisy fan

Yes the fan is easy to replace.Its your call on if you want E machine to do or yourself. Might want to call them to see if by you replacing fan voidd tour warrenty? Power OFF when doing any repairs!!
 

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Hello,

I would like to address a problem with my Dell Vostro 3550 laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium x64. It seems that whenever I turn it on, the fan located on the left side of the computer, is extremely noisy and emits a large amount of heat (even when the system is idle.)

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If any of you out there can help me, I would highly appreciate it.



DrummerDan

A:Noisy PC Fan!

  
Quote: Originally Posted by DrummerDan99


Hello,

I would like to address a problem with my Dell Vostro 3550 laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium x64. It seems that whenever I turn it on, the fan located on the left side of the computer, is extremely noisy and emits a large amount of heat (even when the system is idle.)

I downloaded OpenHardwareMonitor and noticed that my HDD, a Toshiba MK2561GSY, was at 113.0?F.

If any of you out there can help me, I would highly appreciate it.

DrummerDan


It is probably in need of a fan replacement, (and soon ) if it is noisy

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A:Noisy PC

Sorry this question was posted in the wrong section. I have reposted it in the right place.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/noisy-pc.36072/
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A:Noisy Fan

Hello, a fan should not make noise at any speed, so when it does start to be noisy it means that a mechanical component (usually the sealed bearing) is going bad and it will eventually fail.
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Good luck with this project.
 

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A:Noisy Fan

Couple of suggestions that may (or may not) help. First, I think I'd invest in a laptop cooling pad to assist with ventilation. Then I'd check to see if you have any resource hogs that are set to start up immediately and contribute to higher temps. The only things I have set to start up immediately are my antivirus (Microsoft Security Essentials) and the synaptics touchpad.

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A:Noisy PC

do you know for sure the noise is from the fans. Open the case and see if you can pinpoint the noise. Maybe there is a loose drive screw or something.

maybe the drive is going bad. do a drive diagnostic utility for your harddrive

Hard Drive Diagnostics Tools and Utilities (Storage) - TACKtech Corp.

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A:Noisy Fan

Do you have a guess as to which fan is noisy?
It could be the power supply fan, in which you replace the entire power supply.
Or if could be a case fan that generates air flow. They are low cost and are replaced by removing four screws. You just have to be sure the power plug or socket is a two, three, or four pin, then buy a new one. Sometimes the power plug is the greatest difficulty.
CPU fans are more work, and it is wise to replace the entire heatsink and fan as a set. There are risks in doing this. Some heatsink hold downs are made of plastic or other materials that can break.
A lot of local vendors, as well as online vendors such as Directron, Frys, Krex, TigerDirect, NewEgg, and others will have what you need.
The secret usually is to avoid cheap products. The units which are quiet and have the best bearings and best fan blade design to reduce noise while moving a lot of cooling air, will cost more. As with all other computer products, some brand names are better and can be trusted. If it is cheap, it probably cannot be trusted to be quiet, although it make work ok.
There are reviews on-line for CPU fans, but case fan reviews are scarce.
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A:noisy dvd

Well, first of all unplugging any internal device while the system is powered on and running is NOT a good idea!

You could electrically damage almost ANY component in the system by doing this with any other component...SURGE, SPIKE, Static Discharge, etc, none of which are good.

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A:I have really noisy fan

Is this a CPU fan or case fan we are talking about? Is the fan a standard 80mm, 120mm, etc... design? If it is a standard design, you can purchase a replacement from several locations. If you are not sure you can measure the fan frame width. If it is the CPU fan you may want to get a 4-pin fan.

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http://www.silentpcreview.com/article184-page1.html
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It could be your Power Plan (set through Lenovo Power Manager).  I just got an M800-SFF delivered yesterday (i5-6500 CPU) with Win7 pre-installed, and I've been working on the customization since then.  I did make some changes in the Power Plan.
 
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A:noisy computer

Open the side of the case and take a look at the fan. Is the sound coming from the Processor fan or another case fan? Or is it coming from the Power Supply Unit fan? Are there wires or something blocking the processor fan? If nothing is blocking the Processor fan, then replace it.

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A:Dell XPS 15 fan is very noisy

abhivm
Some fan noise may be noticeable from time to time but a specifically noisy fan may be an indication of something wrong.
Fans can become loud or have abnormal sounds due to:
An out of date BIOS
Obstructions in the fan or vent area.
Physical Damage
Dust accumulation in the fan or vent area.
Usage while not on a flat surface or proper ventilation clearance
Using near a heat source or in a hot environment
Here is a link to a good troubleshooter on fan noise.
support.dell.com/.../document
Using a Laptop on a hard, flat, non-cloth surface will increase airflow and reduce heat from underneath and inside the system.
Use compressed air to clean the vents on a regular basis. Since this is such a new system is unlikely an issue caused by dust build up.
I certainly suggest making sure that the system shipped with the most up to date BIOS. The most up to date version is A10 and may be downloaded from the following link
www.dell.com/.../DriverFileFormats
Run diagnostics.  Start the system tapping F12 and choose diagnostics.  Here is a link that goes on detail the different diagnostics tests.
support.dell.com/.../document
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TB

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A:Noisy Dell XPS 420

Hi tally622,Was there anything new (software, hardware, malware, error messages) that occurred right before the freezing started?Software, hardware, malware, or a combination could all contribute to this problem. Your Dell has onboard diagnostics to check the hardware. Unless you strongly suspect malware, I would start with the hardware diagnostics. Here is your Dell? XPS? 420 manual in PDF format. Arrow down to page 87 - Starting Dell Diagnostics From Your Hard Drive.At the Dell Diagnostics Main Menu, select Test System and then Extended test (Note: this could take several hours)If a problem is encountered during a test, a message appears with an error code and a description of the problem. Write down the error code and problem description.If all hardware passes, we can proceed with other troubleshooting.

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A:Laptop is always noisy

The fan itself could be faulty in the laptop. Therefore the noisy. As for the CPU usage, bring up Resource Monitor and track which app is using it up.
 

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A:PC gets hot with noisy fan even while idle

120 F is about 49 C.

Temps look fine to me. I guess it's a laptop--they aren't going to run at desktop temps.

What is "super annoying"?

Are you sure you have a "problem"?

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A:Noisy Laptop

Not many laptops offer an easy-change fan. I recommend you blow out all of the ventilation ports to remove dust from the cooling system. Frankly, I have no confidence that canned air is sufficient for the job. The pressure just in not enough. I use a shop-grade air compressor for such a job with at least 40 to 45 pounds pressure; but, be careful to not overs-pin the fans. If you can prevent their spinning by inserting a paper clip, that would be great.
 

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A:Noisy fan lubrication

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Thank you so much.



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A:Too Noisy Background

What kind of microphone have you got? Have you browsed around the Control Panel for mic settings and see any option there that might help? Perhaps a setting in the voice chat messenger you use? Might also just be a bad (brand of) mic...

http://www.sevenforums.com/sound-audio/151205-too-noisy-background.html
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A:Persistently noisy fan

I had the same problem (Laptop fan) so removed the fan and cleaned it. It was okay for two days then became noisy again. Purchased a new fan for ?17 GBP and fitted it. Now it's good as new and quiet.

http://www.sevenforums.com/performance-maintenance/356524-persistently-noisy-fan.html
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I just bought an HP OMEM GB Gig Model with NVidea card the fan noise level is way above the normal acceptable level i'm not even using the NVidea card only the basic graphic card but still very noticable fan noise nbsp - Noisy FAN OMEN HP I did go into BiOS as suggested and turned off Fan is always on nbsp nbsp I'm HP OMEN - Noisy FAN not pressing FN F to power on the FAN and what's strange in my case is that when i put the laptop into sleep and open again the fan really noise for second like it is doing something intensive then the FAN noise reduces but still noticable on the left hand side nbsp I have HP OMEN - Noisy FAN a Samsung Notebook years old side by side and i can't hear any noise while this new high spec Omen has this annoying fan noise nbsp nbsp Overall the PC looks nice but if I can't fix the noise level i might have to return it nbsp I really want to make this work so any support or suggestion is appreciated nbsp nbsp Thank you

A:HP OMEN - Noisy FAN

Hi there @PistisanWelcome to the HP Support Forums! It is a great place to find the help you need, both from other users, HP experts and other support personnel. I understand that you are having noisier than expected performance mostly coming from the cooling fan. I am happy to assist with this. As it is a brand new machine, you could call our technical support at 800-474-6836. If you live outside the US/Canada Region, please click the link below to get the support number for your region.http://www8.hp.com/us/en/contact-hp/ww-phone-assist.html Or if you prefer to work from the forums, then I would start with checking your system for any debris. It is quite possible that some of the packing material may have fallen into the fan assembly, and is the cause of the noise.Cleaning your Notebook PCLet me know if this helps at all.

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/HP-OMEN-Noisy-FAN/td-p/4993169
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Hi,

I have a problem with my new notebook Port?g? Z30-B-117,
It has realy noisy fan, I was forced to use baterry saving mode, without that I can not work on this machine.

The fan speed is absurdly designed.
It has much more speed even when it does not heat up.

Please make a new bios with clever fan speed, then it will be the best notebook on the market!

Thanks in advance.

A:Portégé Z30-B-117 noisy fan

Sometimes the fan activity would increase in case the CPU is loaded by some background processes.
I had notebook from another manufacturer and the fan speed was high due to process which was running in the background. From time to time the process locked the CPU (up to 80%-90% CPU utilization) and during this time the fan speed was very high.

I spend lot of time to search for details about this process and finally I found out that my antivirus software (it was Norton) loaded the CPU. I switched to Avira and Avast and this issue did not appear anymore.

However, I guess that the CPU could be busy due to any background process?

By the way: you are right: the BIOS contains the fan table and this fan table contain information how to control the cooling modules. But fan activity does not depend only on BIOS? as I said above: background processes as well as the CPU utilization affect the fan speed.

https://forum.toshiba.eu/showthread.php?81693-Portégé-Z30-B-117-noisy-fan
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A:My Computer Is Very Noisy

I would suspect a hardware problem, given the symptoms, and not malware. Have you opened your computer case to see if the fans are relatively clean?
Regards,
John

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/140831/my-computer-is-very-noisy/
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i use windows 7 .

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A:windows 7 noisy !!!!!!!

Hi w7marci and welcome to Seven Forums,

That is nothing to be concerned about, it's indexing your hard drive to improve performance and it will settle down after a day or 2.

http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/30729-windows-7-noisy.html
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A:noisy CD Drive

If you're talking about it spinning at high speed, that's pretty normal. For the times that I want to play audio CD's on my system, I use Nero's DRIVESPEED utility that comes with Nero. It allows you to set the maximum speed of the drive, for audio playback, I set it to 4x.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/noisy-cd-drive.385103/
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Hi

I experience a problem with my satellite S70-B-10Z.
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Is this normal? Is there a problem with the fan?

I have to mention that I sent it back to toshiba support here in Greece and they told me that they cleaned it but the problem still remains after that.

https://forum.toshiba.eu/showthread.php?92214-Noisy-Fan-on-Satellite-S70-B-10Z
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http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/noisy-usb-port-480194.html
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A:noisy drive

Those sounds are typical of a dying drive. I'd backup your data and prepare to buy a new one.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/noisy-drive.726329/
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A:Noisy Modem ??

You did not specify your OS so I cannot tell you EXACTLY what to look for but try this...

Open Control Panel (Start>Settings); look for something like "Phone and Modem Options"; double-click to open; click the "modems" tab; double-click the entry for your modem - this should give you a setting for the modem's speaker volume - not the PC's speaker; adjust this setting and test.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/noisy-modem.81159/
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http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Video-Display-and-Touch/HP-Omen-noisy-fan/td-p/5799206
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A:Harddrive getting noisy

MarvCowles,
If you have room to install a 2nd hard drive I would do that. Then copy your important data there. In my experience it's a sure bet your hard drive WILL crash, it's just a matter of when. Get your data backed up some how.
You didn't state what OS you are using, but have you tried scandisk to check your drive? You could also check the mfg. website for disk checking utilities.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/harddrive-getting-noisy.81199/
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Is this a known problem?
Thanx in advance
 

A:Noisy drive

Does it make any noise when you use it? Is the noise like a whining sound? I am running XP home and have noticed the same thing (whining noise) but when I use it later it is fine. Neither of my drive are LiteOn either.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/noisy-drive.103071/
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TYIA!
 

A:New laptop is Noisy

I think you should contact the manufacturer although VAIO's are notoriously noisy and run incredibly hot...

Regards,

Korrupt
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/new-laptop-is-noisy.60386/
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A:Noisy Computer

Some systems are just noisier than others. Fans are usually what makes the most noise especially if the system is just sitting there especially the fan on the heat sink and power supply. What can you do. Well you can try to upgrade the fans. I believe that there are heatsinks that don't have fans. I tried a kit from Antec that was supposed to help (basically just a bunch of rubber washers), but it didn't do anything.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/noisy-computer.262890/
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A:noisy computer

wut kind of computer is it. The fan on top the processor in HP and Compaq PC's spins at high speed when needed, whether you are on the PC or not. It depends on how hot the processor is.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/noisy-computer.229658/
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thanks
 

A:Noisy computer

what are the specs of your machine?
has it always been "noisy(humming)'' or is it a new thing?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/noisy-computer.220390/
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A:Noisy computer

I'm thinking its a fan, maybe somethign moved and a fan is rubbing on something.

Open up the case and try to isolate the source of the noise.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/noisy-computer.615655/