Question Something in my computer is running very loud and I dont know where its coming from

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I just bought new fans and the pc was quiet for a little bit then it got louder in like 1 month. I have a liquid AIO cooler single fan on the radiator the gpu also makes a lot of noise. it is a EVGA 1070.
 
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I did not do that but software says that my gpu is the issue. it is at 58 degrees celcius and the fans spinning at 1400 rpm. I do not know why this is happenin. It used to be very quit.
 

Nemesia

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A loud sound is not hard to pinpoint where it's coming from. Open the side panel of the computer and just use your ears. It won't be long you will know what is making that loud noise.
 
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1400rpm for GPU fans isn't that fast, and shouldn't be very loud. 58C is low (if you read that while it was loaded by something like FurMark or similar). We generally say that <80C under load is fine.
I am using speccy to check on the heat and everything, it shows the down arrow for everything other than my gpu. is that ffine?
 
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1400rpm for GPU fans isn't that fast, and shouldn't be very loud. 58C is low (if you read that while it was loaded by something like FurMark or similar). We generally say that <80C under load is fine.
Also when i run call of duty it goes up to 80 something
 
Most GPUs target around 75C by adjusting fan speed accordingly. If the GPU is at 80C, the GPU fan(s) may understandably be getting pretty noisy.

How many case fans do you have? What size each? How many bring air into the case, how many exhaust?

Does your GPU temp go down significantly if you game with the side panel removed from your case?

What case do you have?
 
Where are the exhaust and intake fans? I don't see any front vents where a fan could be mounted (and if there was one there, it'd be practically useless)

Try the no-side-panel test.

It's also possible that (given the age of your system) that a re-application of thermal paste on the GPU would fix the situation. But that wouldn't fix the fact that your case isn't very good for airflow.
 

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Where are the exhaust and intake fans? I don't see any front vents where a fan could be mounted (and if there was one there, it'd be practically useless)

Try the no-side-panel test.

It's also possible that (given the age of your system) that a re-application of thermal paste on the GPU would fix the situation. But that wouldn't fix the fact that your case isn't very good for airflow.
Yeah it doesn't even look like there is a small crack at the bottom for air intake. Front is totally closed.
 
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there is one in the front behind the panel thing and there is one in the back that blows air out. both are working you can feel the breeze.
 

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