When you publish a Speccy report, it's not a screen shot that gives most of the information, Speccy supplies a link to a URL that publishes the complete report less things like your Windows activation number. If you click on 'File' you do what is shown in this image -
And then you get a URL, like this -
Then you copy the URL and paste it into your next post. Also, please give the make and model of your computer !
Your temperatures are perhaps a little warm, but well within tolerance for an Intel CPU.
There are only really three possible causes of noise like you talk about coming out of a laptop - as I said, what I could hear would not upset anybody - your fan, your hard drive or something resonating with one of these two.
If it is a reasonably old laptop, say more than two years, it would do no harm to blow out the cooling vents with a can of compressed air, perhaps even opening the bottom to check the cleanliness. If you are concerned about the hard drive, then create a Seagate test disc, you can get it from here -
and run the tests. Note this downloads as an ISO file and you will need something like ImageBurn (ImgBurn.com) to convert it into a CD that will run in your computer.
If it is something resonating with either your fan or hard drive, cleaning out your computer will probably fix it.