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Just finished a new build, the cpu fan runs loud for the first 3-4 seconds when booted, than goes quite after that, is that normal? Cheers
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There could be a couple things; set to a default speed until programs that control it are loaded or temps are a little toasty because of loading. Check idle temps and everything, it could also be the GPU fan making the noise.
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post #3 of 6
its normal for most cpus - i think biggrin.gif
post #4 of 6
Yeah, it's normal. It runs full speed until the BIOS initializes and then whatever speed control (temp control) is active takes over and slows it down.
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Thanks fellas! Was worried for a second
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*quiet....

why is that the most common typo on this forum?
    
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