Why is my Windows 10 PC or laptop overcrowded? How to stop ringing

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If you've ever wondered because the fan of my PC or Windows 10 laptop running too fast? And you also want to know what you can do to fix this problem or reduce the noise, because here we will explain this problem and what steps you can take to reduce this annoying noise as much as possible.

The fans of computers and laptops are the most essential part for the proper functioning of the components. Because these have the task of keeping everything at an optimal temperature.

Why is my PC or laptop fan running too fast?

The reasons why a fan can be accelerated a lot on both PC and Laptop are very varied but almost always it is because there is a temperature problem , which causes the computer itself to send out a signal that must be accelerated to remove the previously hot air inside. This is done to avoid damage to the physical components, not to be confused with those of the software.

If the noise is coming from the depth of the cabinet, it could be because the central unit or CPU fan has problems cooling it , this could be due to the expiration of the thermal paste, so it could be a warning that we need to change it.

Nei laptop, di usual there just one fan , which is responsible for cooling the processor and the integrated video, so in these it's a little easier to detect why the fan is speeding up a lot. As these inlets are generally small, there isn't much airflow and combining this with working in small spaces or on textiles could seriously disrupt our equipment.

Another slightly less common reason , which can occur in both computers and laptops, is that one of the fans has suffered an obstruction and an internal part of it has been damaged, so it directly starts making a very loud noise, giving the impression of acceleration, but in reality is broken.

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How to fix this problem on PC?

In desktop computers we have a lot of freedom as to what we can do for improve the noise produced by a fan , on the one hand, we have to open the cabinet and turn on the PC, with this we will find which one has problems. Once we have located the fan, what we can do is perform a superficial cleaning, for this there are products such as compressed air, which will make this job very easy.

You must be careful to disconnect the fan before cleaning it, to avoid problems with other components, or if you want you can also remove it for cleaning in a more convenient place.

And as a last resort you can think of installing a new fan, in order to eliminate that problem quickly, and with that you shouldn't have more problems with annoying noises on your computer.

How to fix this problem on the laptop?

In the case of laptops, these problems aren't that easy to fix just by changing the fan, because each laptop has its own fan, adapted to its design.

First, what you should try is clean it from the outside , without discovering anything, this can be done with a can of compressed air, some carry a tool to reach complicated places, with this a large amount of dirt should come up.

If everything is clean and you see that it continues to accelerate a lot, you may have an outdated version of the BIOS and need to update it. While this is something that almost never happens, it may be, and that's because the BIOS is in charge of recognizing everything your computer has, as well as what it gives the instructions.

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Another option to consider is where you normally use your laptop , try to make it a ventilated place and that the air outlet is not blocked by anything else, you should also avoid using it on beds or furniture as these fabrics can cause temperature rises.

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