dose Inspiron 6400 duo cor2 make High Pitched Noise ?

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  1. RO911

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    dose Inspiron 6400 duo cor2 make High Pitched Noise form CPU ?
     
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    It shouldn't. If it does then the most likely problem is a bad fan.
     
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    Actually, Core 2 CPUs are known to make high-pitched noise. I forgot was exactly was the cause, but replacing the motherboard usually helps. I don't know if this issue had been resolved in SR
     
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    Now that you've said it that does ring a bell, but I thought it was just for the headphone noise issue.

    Anyway, it's hard to tell if the OP is getting a mechanical noise or a something from his systems' audio output...
     
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    No laptop should make any high pitch noise
     
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    Mine 6400 with C2D doesn't make any noise, even system fan is practically silent
     
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