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I have a problem with my PC where the fan makes a noise what can i replace the current card with

Product number 1ZM85EA#ABU

 

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Mine was also noisy... i removed it, squirted a little WD40 via nozzle onto bearing between fan and heat sink..  Reinstalled and running very quiet now

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Hello
did you identify the exact source?
Your computer has a very low power supply
therefore you cannot install a very powerful graphics card
it may be difficult to replace the original power supply

 HP Pavilion 570-p088na Desktop PC Product Specifications



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No I haven't been able to find a replacement Is there another card that I can use 

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I was asking if you have no doubts that it is the graphics card that is making the noise?

 

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Yes it is the fan that is making the noise, I have tried to clean it and it is a little quieter but still deafening

 

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So unfortunately you have too weak a power supply

180 W uATX Energy Star 6.0 internal power supply
There may not be additional pci connectors either.
You can therefore only install very poor performance graphics cards.
It may be difficult to replace the power supply.

 

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Hi can you please suggest an alternative card that I may be able to use

 

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I can advise you to look at the list here

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-pavilion-570-p000-desktop-pc-series/13823514/product-info

and check what is installed in other pc with the same power supply and motherboard
For example :

570-p030ur PC Product Specifications

 

But you will have to check if your power supply has additional pci connectors for the card you want to install

'although this does not have to be for many low consumption models'


As I indicated you will only be able to install low performance graphics cards
There are too many models on the market for me to recommend one in particular
You should use the comparison sites, that's the best advice I can give you!

 

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Mine was also noisy... i removed it, squirted a little WD40 via nozzle onto bearing between fan and heat sink..  Reinstalled and running very quiet now

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Brilliant, I wasn't sure whether to do this but it has done the job.

Now all is quiet

 

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