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Fan Making Loud Noise

1: Common causes loud noises in the fan or abnormal operation

Fans can become loud or have abnormal sounds due to:

Fan Making Loud NoiseAn outdated BIOS
Obstructions in the fan or vent area.
Physical damage
Dust accumulation in the fan or vent area.
Use on non-planar surfaces that do not have space for proper ventilation
The system is used near a heat source or in a high temperature environment

2: Tips for Proper Ventilation

Have adequate may be one of the most important points for ventilation system. Inadequate ventilation can increase fan noise and increase the temperature of internal components to a point that could cause damage. Usually, we recommend using the system in a room with ambient temperature of 0 ° C to 35 ° C (32 ° F to 95 ° F) with a humidity level not exceeding 90%. For temperatures of use of your system, see the user guide or de’l de’l Owners Manual.

Fan Making Loud Noise on laptops

Laptops:

Using a laptop on a rigid flat surface other than cloth increase airflow and reduce the temperature of the bottom and inside the system.

Use compressed air to clean the vents on a regular basis. For instructions on how to clean the vents, click here to go to step Cleaning the vents.

Fan Making Loud Noise on Desktops
Desktops

Using desktop computer indoors can cause temperature rises out of the ordinary and fan noise.

Use compressed air to clean the vents on a regular basis. For instructions on how to clean the vents, click here to go to step Cleaning the vents.
Using a cooling pad can lower the temperature and increase performance. Click here to buy a cooling pad.

A: Clean the vents

Check the vents to see if they are covered with dust that do not pass heat or air (Figure 1).

Vent on the bottom of a Laptop with dust in the air intake grille
Figure 1: Vent on the bottom of a Laptop with dust.

Turn off the computer.
Remove all power sources: Unplug the AC adapter and remove the battery or unplug the power cord from the computer.
Use a can of compressed air to remove dust from the vents. Be sure to place the can upright (approximately 90 degree angle) and hold it at a distance of 15-20 centimeters (6-8 inches) from the lens.

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