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January 31, 2014 2:47:15 PM

Sometimes, my processor is very loud on my ASUS laptop.
Here is my processor information:
AMD E2-1800 APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics 1.70GHz

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January 31, 2014 2:48:58 PM

Your processor doesnt make any sounds.
it's your CPU fan that does.
Not sure what you can do about a fan in a laptop though.
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January 31, 2014 2:50:53 PM

Hi,
Always, the main reasons for loud fans are :
1. Full with dust.
2. Really loaded, so it needs to increase the fanspeed.
Can you tell us please how old is your notebook and how often does it turn loud and when?
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January 31, 2014 2:52:21 PM

James Mason said:
Your processor doesnt make any sounds.
it's your CPU fan that does.
Not sure what you can do about a fan in a laptop though.

WOW! thanks for answering so quickly!
Usually it takes around 5-6 hours for people to answer my threads.

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January 31, 2014 2:56:13 PM

Yoann Teodosieff said:
Hi,
Always, the main reasons for loud fans are :
1. Full with dust.
2. Really loaded, so it needs to increase the fanspeed.
Can you tell us please how old is your notebook and how often does it turn loud and when?


Yeah you can clean out the dust, that might help.
The hotter your computer gets the louder the fan will get as it speeds up, you can try keeping your computer cooler by not using it on a soft surface, or by raising it off the surface you have it on by an inch or two so air can flow underneath it.
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January 31, 2014 2:58:04 PM

James Mason said:
Yoann Teodosieff said:
Hi,
Always, the main reasons for loud fans are :
1. Full with dust.
2. Really loaded, so it needs to increase the fanspeed.
Can you tell us please how old is your notebook and how often does it turn loud and when?


Yeah you can clean out the dust, that might help.
The hotter your computer gets the louder the fan will get as it speeds up, you can try keeping your computer cooler by not using it on a soft surface, or by raising it off the surface you have it on by an inch or two so air can flow underneath it.


Yeah actually that is the solution,
I think you can only clear it and buy a cooling pad.
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January 31, 2014 3:16:51 PM

Yoann Teodosieff said:
Hi,
Always, the main reasons for loud fans are :
1. Full with dust.
2. Really loaded, so it needs to increase the fanspeed.
Can you tell us please how old is your notebook and how often does it turn loud and when?

It is not full of dust.
My laptop is less than one year old.
It turns loud when the RAM goes up to 1.60GB, and when the air temperature goes up to 25 degrees
The core is usually around 53 degrees but when it is 55 degrees, it turns loud

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January 31, 2014 4:16:21 PM

che0063 said:
Yoann Teodosieff said:
Hi,
Always, the main reasons for loud fans are :
1. Full with dust.
2. Really loaded, so it needs to increase the fanspeed.
Can you tell us please how old is your notebook and how often does it turn loud and when?

It is not full of dust.
My laptop is less than one year old.
It turns loud when the RAM goes up to 1.60GB, and when the air temperature goes up to 25 degrees
The core is usually around 53 degrees but when it is 55 degrees, it turns loud



Its difficult how loud you are referring since peoples perception of loud is different, but this is not necessarily an unusual problem with laptops. The cooling isn't very good. Especially on the smaller and cheaper notebooks.

I would buy a cooling pad. There are a lot of choice and they come pretty cheaply. They will usually be powered by the USB and many of them have an extra USB slot in them so that you don't lose a USB slot.

Good Luck.




God I hate laptops.

God I hate laptops......
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