My PC gets loud while play games

Hello I've been having a few problems with my PC, recently its has been getting extremely loud with fan going crazy on games like PUBG on Very low settings, it all started last week when my motherboards Anti Surge started to trip shutting my PC off 3 times before I deiced to shut it off. It was fine for about 4 days when one night the PC just was extremely loud like id never heard before and nothing was responding ( I was playing Fallout NV lightly modded witch has never pushed my PC to the limits) so I just held the power button and shut it off that way. I thought the PSU might be the problem since that is what ASUS anti surge said was causing the shut off. I waited till today and decided to dust off all my components, but almost any game causes my PC to just get load like never before. I played fallout today for about 2 hours and it was fine. I barley make it into the PUBG main menu and my PC sounds like its about to explode. Also to add my Gpu fan never spined while on ideal but now no matter what they spin.
My build is i5-6600K @3.5 Ghz
Cryorig H7
Z170 Asus Pro gaming AURA
GTX 1060 Strix OC
Geil EVO 16GB 3000mhz ram
CX650M PSU
NZXT S340 Elite
Please feel free to ask for info related to my problem ill try my best to provide it.
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  1. Have you checked your GPU temps any? I'd try setting a custom fan profile using MSI Afterburner. If you already did this that is why your GPU fan spins all the time.
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  2. MrN1ce9uy said:
    Have you checked your GPU temps any? I'd try setting a custom fan profile using MSI Afterburner. If you already did this that is why your GPU fan spins all the time.


    Yes I did when playing PUBG the GPU floats around 60C, Ideal is around 10C, oops mistake on my part, I had MSI afterburner and it made my GPU fans spin for some reason, sorry fairly new to PC. One thing that seemed strange at Ideal GPU usage is around 30%.
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  3. check task manager to see whether there are any unknown processes running in the background and do an antivirus scan as it could be a virus that's using your components in the background.
    Reply to aurieking
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