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    Loud fan noise coming from right side of vent

    hi. i own an asus-g73jh-x3 since october but lately, i hear loud fan noise coming from right side of the vent... even on idle. do i have to do something? before i was playing a game and the fan got louder and suddenly my laptop shut down and i had to restart. i think it overheat. please help! it was pretty quiet when i first got it though but now it's getting loud.

    ty sorry for english is not my first language

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    It may be the fan bearing going out. This can cause the fan to make noise and sometimes stop spinning. If it has a warranty then you should have it serviced. If not then you will want to replace it yourself.
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    Sounds like an overheat to me. Take a look at your temps with something like HWiNFO32. If it's the right fan when you're facing the screen then it's the GPU temp...

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    i insert attachment of what my laptop is right now. its not seem bad? but the fan is louder than usual...
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    please help

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    My reply stands. It sounds like you are describing a failing fan bearing. If so then it is only a matter of time until it fails completely. You should have the laptop serviced if possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billybobo325 View Post
    i insert attachment of what my laptop is right now. its not seem bad? but the fan is louder than usual...
    Is that idle? Play a game for a few minutes with the HWiNFO sensors window open, then look at the max temps.

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