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Fan noise in Xaser VI (Full tower case)

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October 19, 2009 1:32:04 PM

I suddenly noticed, my xaser vi's top exhaust fan is making noise during boot up. It stays for 2 to 3 minutes then everything becomes normal. I checked the fan. No dust or other things that's causing this problem. I also checked system temperature.

No overheating at all.

Why this is happening?

My specs are:

C2D 9400
XFX 750i SLI
PSU 750W
Ram 4 GB 800 MHz
a b ) Power supply
October 19, 2009 3:52:47 PM

Good case (I have a V9), and if the case have warranty yet, return to your seller and apply for the warranty. Maybe the fan isn't adjust totally or have broken some blade.
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October 19, 2009 4:23:23 PM

In our country there is no warranty for PC Case :(  You said, it is not adjusted totally. Is it something from mobo or psu where it's not attached properly. As for broken blade, I checked but not found any damage of fan.

Where else can it be damaged or broken?
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October 19, 2009 7:46:51 PM

Some computers run the fans at full speed at boot to make sure there isn't residual heat which needs to be removed, on the better-safe-than-sorry principle.

Had you just updated the BIOS, or was it always doing that and you hadn't noticed before?
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a b ) Power supply
October 19, 2009 9:17:19 PM

^The BIOS? that have the BIOS to do with the fan of the case?. Remove the fan, maybe the major axis is broken or have some foreing object.
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October 20, 2009 7:40:19 AM

saint19 said:
^The BIOS? that have the BIOS to do with the fan of the case?.


The OP may have the case fans connected to the m/b and so controlled by the BIOS. Or maybe not.
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a b ) Power supply
October 20, 2009 1:28:16 PM

Andy2008 said:
The OP may have the case fans connected to the m/b and so controlled by the BIOS. Or maybe not.


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Yes, some fans are connected to the mobo, BUT if yoo look for the XASER VI on internet, you can find that the fans must be connected to the PSU and not to the mobo.
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