Louder fan noise

Your computer may generate increased noise when running certain software. This is primarily due to the fans working harder to cool the system during heavy usage. Here are some key points to keep in mind:

It is normal for the fans in a PC to become louder when the system is under heavy load, such as when running demanding software or playing intensive games.

The fans in your computer are designed to draw in cool air and expel hot air to prevent overheating. The increased noise is an indication that the cooling system is functioning properly.

The noise level will typically decrease once the system load decreases or when the software demanding high resources is closed.

Make sure there are no obstructions, dust, or debris in your computer's cooling system. Keeping the fans and vents clean on a regular basis will promote proper airflow, which can ultimately help minimize noise levels.

If you're experiencing problems with your computer getting too hot or the fans being too loud, we recommend that you try to adjust the power settings as explained in this guide.