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DMala
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Re: Identifying failing fan
08/18/12 05:31 PM


> It turned out that it was not the side-panel fan after all as I had the grating noise
> on power-up the following day.
> The other case-fans were shut down, and the CPU and GPU fans were momentarily stopped
> but no effect on the grating noise thus leaving the PSU fan as the culprit.

Ick, that sucks. Of all of them, that's probably the hardest to replace. Personally, I'm a little skittish about high voltage, I'd probably just replace the whole supply.







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Subject Posted by Posted on
* Identifying failing fan bodger319 08/14/12 06:32 PM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan B2K24  08/15/12 01:31 AM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan redk9258  08/14/12 10:43 PM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan DMala  08/14/12 06:42 PM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan B2K24  08/15/12 06:51 PM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan R. Belmont  08/15/12 10:04 PM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan B2K24  08/16/12 01:59 AM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan R. Belmont  08/16/12 02:42 PM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan bodger319  08/16/12 07:27 PM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan B2K24  08/16/12 10:26 PM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan bodger319  08/18/12 12:14 PM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan DMala  08/18/12 05:31 PM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan bodger319  08/18/12 06:19 PM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan R. Belmont  08/16/12 09:12 PM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan R. Belmont  08/15/12 04:37 PM
. * Re: Identifying failing fan Sune  08/14/12 09:47 PM

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