“My computer makes much more noise in the summer months...”
It's a sure sign your computer needs stripping down, inspecting, and cleaning. The surfaces and ventilators that work to remove heat from inside your computer work less efficiently when the ambient temperature of the air increases, but generally, the computer ventilation system(s) should be operating quietly and efficiently even on a very warm day, but only if they're clean and working properly.
“My computer simply just makes more noise than it used to, all the time...”
The thing is, it might be that you have a broken fan bearing which is causing an increase in noise and the inside of the computer is not too bad at all — quite clean in fact — and maybe it was just co-incidence that the fan became faulty during the summer?
It might be that the radiator on top of the computer processor (the CPU) is loose, blocked, or lost its thermal cohesion with the surface of the processor so that that fan, whose job it is to circulate air across the radiator, has to spin-up more often or at a higher speed.
It might be that a fan may have simply stopped working — just sitting there without turning or it's spinning so slowly you can see the individual fan blades as the rotor turns, as if through treacle! This may prompt the other fan or fans inside the computer to work extra hard to compensate and keep the computer cool, thereby creating more noise.
Other than that, there are some settings and things that can go haywire, and we need to check those too.
Whatever the cause of the noise, Riches Informatique have the solution and can fix an annoyingly noisy computer, so please contact us and arrange to get it here for repair.