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cpu fan rpm

androidfroyo1998

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A question,

I had bought a new gamer computer because the previous (not gamers) was slow and was no longer upgradeable.

Now I have everything installed and updated, and see that the CPU FAN runs continuously between 2500RPM - 3000RPM,

I use normal fan of intel,

PC specs:

CPU: intel i5 7600
GPU: NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 1060 6GB
PSU: CORSAIR 550 W VS SERIES™
motherboard: ASUS® H110M-R: Micro-ATX, DDR4, LG1151, USB 3.0, SATA 6 GBs





Computer is just new makes noise especially so ..






 
A couple of things to check... 1 - have you checked the CPU temp? if so it should be idleing in the mid 20's to 30 degrees. If it is, go into the bios and check the fan settings. 2 - If not and it is higher, remove the CPU cooler and re-install with TIM (thermal grease). Then check to see if everything is okay.

If you have a ASus suite, you can change the fan profile, but first check temps of the CPU.
 
Thats tough...I am not sure what more that you can do other than re applying the heatsink. The better option would be to get something like the Cooler MAster Hyper 212 Evo which would just be better in terms of cooling espeially over the long term. It is definatly worth calling PC Specialist to ask them what you should do. Have you ever re-applied a CPU cooler before?
 
I have just looked over your spec and you CPU fan should not be spinning up so fast unless you are gaming or doing some thing CPU intesive. Sorry I cant be more help..If I was there with you, I would have re-seated the CPU fan and/or changed it out for something better..
 

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