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    Quote Originally Posted by Pwltsus View Post
    I have the same. I ordered a new fan. Cleaning didn't help. It seems this is an issue with this series as I've found many others getting this issue. I have a G751.
    Might that your fan bearings has gone. Hopefully your new fan won't be a lemon.

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    Hmm, would love to hear it. Perhaps you can dampen the noise by adding a strip of some cloth on top of the fan unit where it rests in the case. That'll isolate and nullify a lot of the vibration. I do it to all my laptops. ;x
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