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    Quote Originally Posted by Celmad View Post
    Yes, I'm experiencing the same since a few weeks after I bought it. Today, almost a year after I bought it, I've opened up the laptop, cleaned the dust, etc, but can't fix it.

    It's very very annoying. The worse part is that the normal position of the laptop is how it makes the most noise...

    Anybody with the same issue has found a fix for it??
    buy proper oil and oil the bearings inside the fan, it should help

    little help
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lxvmay2tn0
    Last edited by Tor_Spo; 11-28-2019 at 11:55 AM.

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    quiet fans!

    Quote Originally Posted by Celmad View Post
    Yes, I'm experiencing the same since a few weeks after I bought it. Today, almost a year after I bought it, I've opened up the laptop, cleaned the dust, etc, but can't fix it.

    It's very very annoying. The worse part is that the normal position of the laptop is how it makes the most noise...

    Anybody with the same issue has found a fix for it??
    I did exactly what the they explained at the first post (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ro7k...ture=emb_title) and it worked perfectly. It is quiet and cooler. Great!

    Here it is the stress test results with and without the repaste and undervolt:
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    Last edited by leandrofgr; 12-09-2019 at 06:29 PM.

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    I have the Hero II. How do I see what the fans RPM is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tor_Spo View Post
    buy proper oil and oil the bearings inside the fan, it should help

    little help
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lxvmay2tn0
    The fan is working and moving fine. As I mentioned, the noise started about 3 weeks after I bought the laptop. It's not a dust issue.

    It's like a mechanical rattling noise. If I take the laptop apart and I spin the fan with my finger, it's okay, it spin fine and it doesn't make any noise.

    But thanks for the video, I might try opening it and putting oil on the fan if I can take it apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leandrofgr View Post
    I did exactly what the they explained at the first post (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ro7k...ture=emb_title) and it worked perfectly. It is quiet and cooler. Great!

    Here it is the stress test results with and without the repaste and undervolt:
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    Hey, thanks for replying. However, as I explained above, my issue is not related to thermals, performance or fan running too fast/loud in that sense.

    My particular laptop performs very well and very cool, I have undervolted both CPU and GPU and have 32GB RAM HyperX 2660Mhz XMP. I even got the second highest Geekbench 5 multicore score of every GL504GM laptop and it's extremely stable and doesn't have any blue screen or anything.

    The problem is a rattling noise in the left fan even at idle or normal loud. When gaming and the fan goes quicker the rattling noise kinda dissappiar. If I change the the position of the laptop changing the angle it's sitting, the rattling noise changes.

    The fan is clean.
    Last edited by Celmad; 04-05-2020 at 06:04 PM.

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    May I ask what is your default "Turbo Boost Power Max" Value on Intel XTU

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    Thumbs up

    Quote Originally Posted by Celmad View Post
    Hey, thanks for replying. However, as I explained above, my issue is not related to thermals, performance or fan running too fast/loud in that sense.

    My particular laptop performs very well and very cool, I have undervolted both CPU and GPU and have 32GB RAM HyperX 2660Mhz XMP. I even got the second highest Geekbench 5 multicore score of every GL504GM laptop and it's extremely stable and doesn't have any blue screen or anything.

    The problem is a rattling noise in the left fan even at idle or normal loud. When gaming and the fan goes quicker the rattling noise kinda dissappiar. If I change the the position of the laptop changing the angle it's sitting, the rattling noise changes.

    The fan is clean.
    I have exactly the same problem, left fan, everything.

    I just didn't open up the case to check it

    It seems a common issue even with other flagship ASUS laptops after the first weeks of usage.

    It is probably due poor quality fan or a bad assembled one.

    I guess the only solution is to RMA the model if you're in warranty.

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    For those that are interested i found a youube video of an GL504GS having the same issue, but in this specific case it is on the right fan:
    ASUS GL504GS RIGHT SIDE FAN RATTLE by Jake

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    Ive already undervolted my CPU to -0.85, disabled BD procshot, changed speedshift EPP to 0 using throttlestop and repasted the CPU and GPU with arctic MX-4 and my temps was good when playing Games.

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    Ive also stressed test the CPU and GPU and the temps was stable below 85C

    The problem Im having is when my GPU utilization is reached from 99% to 100% . The framerate will drop significantly (PUBG Game)
    Last edited by silvergem; 06-25-2020 at 03:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silvergem View Post
    Ive already undervolted my CPU to -0.85, disabled BD procshot, changed speedshift EPP to 0 using throttlestop and repasted the CPU and GPU with arctic MX-4 and my temps was good when playing Games.

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    Ive also stressed test the CPU and GPU and the temps was stable below 85C

    The problem Im having is when my GPU utilization is reached from 99% to 100% . The framerate will drop significantly (PUBG Game)
    The issue was temporariy fixed when i disabled my turbo, My GPU setup was default and ot overclock or undervolted. Any of you enounter this issue?

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