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Old 2017-09-13, 21:41   #6
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"Tim Sorbera"
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I have found success by replacing the fan on a graphics card, when age and dust stopped it from reliably spinning.

It takes some effort to disassemble and reassemble the card, and maybe $10-$20 for the replacement fan (you should be able to find a model number on the fan, once the card is disassembled enough for you to take the fans off). I'll let you decide if cost/benefit-wise that makes sense.

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