It’s ok for your computer to be loud under load. If you play games or watch very high resolution video it’s normal for your PC or MAC to be louder. But if this started to happen only recently – this is cause of concern. If your computer was much quieter and getting progressively louder each day – you need to fix that as fast as you can.
Your computer overheats and tries to cool down spinning all fans at maximum speed. There are three main fans in the desktop PC. Power supply, CPU and graphic card fan. Graphic card fan works on maximum load when you play games or doing other work with lots of graphic power involved. CPU fan is very important part or of your PC. Without it your computer can overheat in few minutes. If your computer is very loud and you see blue screen of death, this is very big cause of concert, as probably your CPU is overheating. Don’t turn on your computer again. As this can be your computer’s last run. Call professional computer technician who can help you with this.
Power supply can be cause of noisy computer. When there is a fault with power supply it can make strange and loud noises. You should check it and fix it ASAP as power surge can damage important parts of your computer.
Sometimes noise can come from more important part – hard drive. This is part where all your data is stored. If your desktop is making loud clicking noise it is possible your hard drive is dying. In this case you must turn off your PC immediately and call a computer technician. Other way you can lose all important documents and pictures.
If your desktop started recently to make strange noises we recommend to fix this ASAP. Your computer is overheating and some hardware parts are failing. This can lead to faulty computer or even your data loss. Cal us or use a booking form and one of our computer technicians will come to your home or office within London area. He will be able to check what parts are failing and fix them. Our computer engineers carry most important computer hardware parts and can fix PC or MAC noise problems on site.