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PC is vibrating too much the  the 6 fans are running even at lowest rpm from remote, bottom and side fans(4) are intake and top(2) are exhaust. when i turn off those fans the vibration are gone, how to i fix/remove vibration from my PC.

case used is InPlay Seaview S100 and the fans are Inplay Seaview X3. i change my case to this one and purchase those fans because my old case have really no airflow.

please someone help me if this vibration are normal for this kind of Case and Number of fans or not, im worrying too much. Thanks in advance ฅ⁠^⁠•⁠ﻌ⁠•⁠^⁠ฅ

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Eiter you didn't screw them tight enough, or they're just crap, or both 🙂

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21 minutes ago, Forl0rn said:

PC is vibrating too much the  the 6 fans are running even at lowest rpm from remote, bottom and side fans(4) are intake and top(2) are exhaust. when i turn off those fans the vibration are gone, how to i fix/remove vibration from my PC.

case used is InPlay Seaview S100 and the fans are Inplay Seaview X3. i change my case to this one and purchase those fans because my old case have really no airflow.

please someone help me if this vibration are normal for this kind of Case and Number of fans or not, im worrying too much. Thanks in advance ฅ⁠^⁠•⁠ﻌ⁠•⁠^⁠ฅ

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As above.   Screw them in better or get better fans,  shouldn't have any vibrations.

 

Otherwise get some vibration dampening materials on the interior..

 

https://www.amazon.com/s?k=sound+dampening

 

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you get what you pay for... 

 

you have a remote for your fans?.. 

does it have a PWM cable at all for your pc or are they running at 12V molex connector with a "controller"? 

 

those fans are usually the bottom of the barrel in quality, and price. 

 

get some sound dampening material between your case and the fans, or get new fans... WITH pwm connector so you can control it from your pc, in bios or software. 

 

one or more of them probably have a bad bearing.. press your finger in the middle of the hub to stop those at top to see if it makes a difference.. if it's only one or all that's bad. 

 

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test each fan one by one. some times the fan frame on cheap fans is week and flexes when you screw it in so a blade could be hitting or there could be a baring thats no good.

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is it okay to leave it or is it gonna damage some components? i tested it the top and bottom fans are making the vibrations. 

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just replace the fans they are probably imbalanced... vibration isn't going to be ideal for components if you have any mechanical harddrives especially they aren't going to be super happy...   but ~meh.. it won't necessarily hurt anything in the short medium term..   But it is going to be super annoying.      You could mess around with getting some rubber fan mounts.    Honestly your best bet is just to buy new higher quality fans,  But these rubber fan mounts are designed to lessen vibration if you wanna try that 1st I guess.  

 

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1 hour ago, atarione said:

just replace the fans they are probably imbalanced... vibration isn't going to be ideal for components if you have any mechanical harddrives especially they aren't going to be super happy...   but ~meh.. it won't necessarily hurt anything in the short medium term..   But it is going to be super annoying.      You could mess around with getting some rubber fan mounts.    Honestly your best bet is just to buy new higher quality fans,  But these rubber fan mounts are designed to lessen vibration if you wanna try that 1st I guess.  

 

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how to use this one? the top fans and bottom fans are the ones vibrating

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22 minutes ago, Forl0rn said:

how to use this one? the top fans and bottom fans are the ones vibrating

It is pretty straight forward.

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1 hour ago, atarione said:

 

It is pretty straight forward.

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my fans doesn't have access to the middle to pull the rubber inside hmmm, I'm sorry slr my internet here kinda sucks during the day. my fan looks like a brick square on all sides 

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2 hours ago, Forl0rn said:

my fans doesn't have access to the middle to pull the rubber inside hmmm, I'm sorry slr my internet here kinda sucks during the day. my fan looks like a brick square on all sides 

Well... these mounts aren't going to work, on the upside it probably doesn't matter as the fans already had silicone anti vibration mounts supposedly anyways..    At this point double check everything is screwed in fully and if so, well then basically you are either going to have to live with it or replace the fans (or alternately disconnect them).     The fans are probably unbalanced and as such vibrate there isn't too much you can really do about it.     You basically need to replace these fans with something better.

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