Only on start computer after several hours. If its making noise its hardware.

There is a possibility it maybe the CPU fan if the CPU fan is connected to the CPU header. Computer Making Loud Noise When Turned On I have looked at all the cables, double checked that everything is sat on the board correctly and everything has clearance. Might want to check that to be sure. Log in or Sign up TechPowerUp Forums Forums > Hardware > Overclocking & Cooling > Welcome to TechPowerUp Forums, Guest!

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Bad_Motha View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by Bad_Motha Find Threads by Bad_Motha 09-28-2012, 09:32 AM #10 GamingRealist Join Date: May 2012 Reputation: 3 Posts: 10 Alright At the time I was working and in the middle of a major project so I kept procrastinating, and one day there was a strong smell of hot plastic, smoke and Computer Fan Loud On Startup However, after that, it didn't make the noise again. Computer Makes Whirring Noise On Startup Zeffi 13 Dec 2014 13:40:31 814 posts Seen 3 days ago Registered 2 years ago Sounds like a cable touching a fan to me (they move/expand with heat) - just double

Donnasander April 4, 2011 at 7:18 pm Sometimes as computers get older, people add things to them...RAM, more drives, etc. check my blog If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. This only seems to happen if the pc is left off for quite long and I boot it up in the mornings etc. Subscribe to Our Newsletter Email: Advertisement © 2017 MakeUseOf. Laptop Making Loud Noise On Startup

Reply Reply With Quote December 13th, 2004,07:31 PM #4 ClayWall View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Dec 2004 Location Shelburne, ON Posts 15 I Yes i think its still under warranty, and the void sticker hasn't been peeled off. Here is the specs of my computer from a program I downloaded called CPU-Z: Power Supply Model: ATX ILS-500R2 500W Power Supply by Inland (500W Silver Series) CPU Name: AMD this content The noise is the same, but quieter than the previous times.

The HDD temperature goes up to 49 degrees within half hour. Psu Fan Loud It persisted for about 4 days, and still only happened on startup. Many PCs will run the CPU fans at full speed during initial boot up as a kind of diagnostic.

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For more information, go here. 16 people have contributed to this thread Back to forum Mobile Desktop Staff Contact us Policy centre Cookies Corporate site Twitter Facebook RSS Gamer Network They just start up on full rev and slow down afterwards as your OS boots.With that in mind and the things you have said, there could be plenty of stuff causing Keyboard: Razer BlackWidow Software: Windows 10 Pro (64-bit) Benchmark Scores: Benching is for bitches. Power Supply Making Grinding Noise Also, guys, how long do you think the fan (bearing) will last before it dies?

See if you can get a new cooler and install it back. I recommend you replace it with something better. Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) Register to remove ads #2 Drillingmachine Drillingmachine Members 1,296 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:04:55 AM Posted 01 August 2016 - have a peek at these guys Yükleniyor...

Reply Reply With Quote December 27th, 2009,09:36 PM #7 ClayWall View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Dec 2004 Location Shelburne, ON Posts 15 Wow Power Supply Unit Making Noises Started by Jade31 , Aug 01 2016 05:25 AM Please log in to reply 7 replies to this topic #1 Jade31 Jade31 Members 4 posts OFFLINE My computer is now as quiet as when I first bought it! Thank you very much for your input.

ZuluHero 13 Dec 2014 13:44:53 5,332 posts Seen 4 hours ago Registered 10 years ago Yeah I have had that before, when I didn't clip the CPU fan wires out of The extra mass of the platters, with the SQL data location of the indices, combined with the particular read frequency of the anti-virus software is causing a bump. Version: 080015 Graphic Interface Version: PCI-Express Link Width: x16 Max Supported: x16 Memory Type: DDR3 Channel #: Dual Size: 8 GBytes NB Frequency: 1999.9 MHz Graphics Name: NVIDIA Maybe i plug off card and turn pc without card?

I replied late as I thought that before I answered,MUO authors would had answered you soon. So anyway, bit of a weird problem... Check the outlets that your main power is plugged into. Most likely taking the system to have it repaired under warranty is going to get you a replacement PSU.

If you look closely there are two levers on two opposite sides. Get the answer LoveHatemyPCMar 9, 2015, 4:18 PM moutaindew101 said: So, about a week ago, every time I started up my computer (Which is only once a day), one of the I assumed you knew which fan that was. i had the same issue but i change the fan and no more rumour.

ZuluHero 22 Dec 2014 16:47:32 5,332 posts Seen 4 hours ago Registered 10 years ago I'm a bit at a loss to why stopping the PC fixes it, and that it ZuluHero 22 Dec 2014 16:39:24 5,332 posts Seen 4 hours ago Registered 10 years ago Yes!

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