23 minutes ago, 80cap said:
Ok thanks. Do you think that leaving the fan as is will do any harm to my PC? I do not mind the noise I am just concerned whether this might be a sign that something could happen to my PC. Apologies if what I am saying makes no sense I am new to PC building.
It might be a problem with the sensing circuit that reports how hot the PSU is and tells the fan to spin up/down to compensate. It may be reporting it as quite a bit hotter than it actually is. This in itself won't harm your system unless the fan fails. Even then it would probably be a long while before the unit actually failed. Corsair makes good PSUs.
If the noise level of the fan doesn't bother you I wouldn't worry about it. Though if you start experiencing BSOD with WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR, sudden shutdown/restarts, or if you ever smell anything like burning plastic your PSU should be a prime suspect.