The CPU does not make noise. But, a poorly designed motherboard/device does. Contact HP for support.
Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Windows 11, aka the next Vista, has a centered task bar and lots of HYPE]
If the noise you are hearing in the CPU area, it can be generated by the Cooling Blower. You may download and run free HWiNFO64 application. Check in the Sensors section the Cooling Blower RPM change with the CPU temperature change. Check if the noise change corelates to the blower RPM. If you find that this is a blower, making noise, ask to replace it. But you should know that in high RPM, it is normal to hear the blower.
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I would like to let you know that, as the community mentioned, this could be related to the CPU fan, and in the rare case that is the processor itself that is making the noise the best action to take would be to replace the unit.
Since you have a laptop, you are not able to replace only the processor or the socket (even if it were a motherboard), I recommend you to get in contact with the laptop manufacturer and check for possible troubleshooting steps or warranty options.
Intel Customer Support Technician