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This morning I moved my system a little bit (by that I mean not with any great force) and I noticed a fan was making a noise as if something was lightly brushing against it. After some investigation I've concluded its the psu fan. I rebooted and the noise stopped.

Any ideas what would cause this to happen? Its a Corsair, about 3 weeks old. Maybe a faulty bearing? I really hope not...
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If it's the blades scraping something or the internals, either way I would RMA it being you haven't had it that long.
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