So it has been about 2 months since I have had my PowerSpec G707 Gaming Computer and I am really happy with how it has performed. But recently, the fans have started to make a louder sound recently. I don't know if its thats the fans are spinning faster or anything like that. Also it hasn't been loading tabs as fast as it used to. It may be because of the amount of tabs opened or anything like that. Don't get me wrong, this is a fantastic computer and I have been using it for a bunch of things. It still runs well and everything but I am just really worries about the sounds. When I try to load games like R6 or Injustice 2 the computer gets hotter and hotter until I think it has just had enough. Can anyone help me on this?
If it is not obvious what fan is causing the issues, it may be best to bring the PC in for someone to look over this in person.
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Greetings. Are you monitoring temperatures on your PC? If so, what are you seeing for temperatures?
Yes I am, without having anything open the gpu runs at around 35-40 degrees Celsius.
Those aren't very high for an idle GPU. What are the temperatures in-use / playing games?
57-69 degrees celcius for higher games like injustice 2 or R6 but when im playing a lower game like Among Us or Minecraft its on 49-50. And if what your saying is true on how that isnt that high for idle GPU, then I am still confused on why the fans still get fairly loud.
That still isn't a concern temperature-wise. Does it appear to be happening from the GPU fans?
I cannot tell if it is coming from the gpu or the cooler
Before you bring it in, have you blown the dust out of the fans and power supply with a can of air (or 2)? Sometimes the fans have to run harder because the are starting to be encrusted in dust. Check to see if the radiator is clogged with dust as well.
The sound seems to be coming from the cooler fans but will do! thanks for the help
You're welcome, please let us know if you have any other questions.
I'm sorry to hear of the trouble. If you haven't brought it back into service already, I would suggest ensuring the PCI-e cables are still securely plugged into the graphics card. I am referring to these cables:
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