It’s the power regulation coils near the CPU. They do not have epoxy in them and it causes them to vibrate and make noises depending on the load of the system. Not much you can do about it unless you are good with a soldering iron.
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This has been discussed a few times. Many people seem to believe it comes from the power regulation coils that are near the CPU. Dell chose to use cheaper ones that do not have epoxy in them. The epoxy prevents them from vibrating. ...
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