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Windows 7: pc makes loud noice, how to fix?

04 Sep 2011   #11
boohbah

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Try giving it a clean first as this could be the issue ,or at least check inside to see if it is clogged with dust.


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04 Sep 2011   #12
seavixen32

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^^^ I agree.
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04 Sep 2011   #13
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04 Sep 2011   #14
Danko

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by seavixen32 View Post
You need to get the heat sink and thermal paste checked out first.
what is 'heat sink' and 'thermal paste' since i almost never open my computer.
and what you mean with 'checked' like see if something is broken or?
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04 Sep 2011   #15
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04 Sep 2011   #16
Danko

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Ill check if theres any dust or something.
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04 Sep 2011   #17
seavixen32

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Danko View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by seavixen32 View Post
You need to get the heat sink and thermal paste checked out first.
what is 'heat sink' and 'thermal paste' since i almost never open my computer.
and what you mean with 'checked' like see if something is broken or?
A heat sink is fitted on the motherboard around the CPU and as the name suggests, its purpose is to help dissipate the heat generated by the CPU.

The thermal paste is spread between the heat sink and the CPU cooling fan, once again to help the cooling process.

If you're unable to do this job, please let someone who can, because you can soon do some serious damage to your CPU and motherboard if you're unsure of what do do.
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04 Sep 2011   #18
Danko

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Edit: It dont make any noice now thanks alot you guys. Helped me alot.
But i got an other problem which i posted an topic and got no reply. Audiodgi.exe uses all the time 30%+ cpu. I tried the basic things: disabling audio effects and updated my drivers on morning.
anyone got an idea how i could fix this?
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04 Sep 2011   #19
linnemeyerhere

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Please before removing the cooler and fan from your CPU please go and invest in some cans of compressed air which you can get at any electronics store. Then please clean all the cooling fins and fans inside the case. Pay a lot of attention to the fins over the CPU and then blow all the dust out of the case (best done outside). Then report back as likely the thermal paste is fine and all you had was dust clogging good air flow to the computer and it's hot components. Please open your case at least twice a year and blow it out or inspect. I find that using a vacuum very carefully while blowing with the air works very well inside the house.
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04 Sep 2011   #20
seavixen32

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You can only check it by removing the CPU fan, if you're not sure how to do it, take the computer into your local repair shop where you'll get some sort of guarantee if they repair it, and it then plays up again.
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