Buzzing Sound Coming From (what I Believe) Graphics Card
The first thing you should do is open the case with the power turned off, and take a look. I would not be surprised if many people have their Gain Boost set too high. 2) For those of you hearing an "echo", untick the check box in the Phoebus control Does the humming stop?If yes, replace that fan.The CPU fan is the more critical of all.The cost can vary a lot depending on what fan have to be replaced.While the case It is highly annoying and not something I expect from a good soundcard. have a peek at these guys
ArbitraryAffection says thanks. (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guest) Thread Status: Not Estatus08-08-2012, 02:29 AMAnother suggestion I've gotten is to try a USB microphone since it uses digital-to-digital which eliminates any chances of white noise or interference, since it has been reported earlier Removing the drive depends on your case -- there are too many variations. This can get complicated.
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Undying View Public Profile Find all posts by Undying (#6) MonkSR Newbie Videocard: EVGA Geforce 660 Processor: Intel Core i5 4670 Mainboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD5H Memory: G.SKILL Ripjaws (2 x DLoaderMega8806-04-2014, 09:25 AMI've run into the same issues as listed above, I've tried what people have recommended and still no change. Was silent and fine for a while (about an hour), but the replacement slowly started developing this problem; the buzzing returned. Password Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce This forum is all about NVIDIA graphics cards and related technology.
Some fans are easily removable from heat sinks; some are not. The hum should be pretty obvious as to whether it is from the front,(hard drive) or back(Power supply). I will try my card in a slot below the gpu to see if my problem goes away. Speedfan In World of Warcraft their is also a buzzing sound which leads me to believe that this buzzing noise has not so much to do with the work load of my
Feb 10, 2014 at 9:43 PM #13 DRDNA Joined: Feb 19, 2006 Messages: 4,874 (1.22/day) Thanks Received: 613 Location: New York System Specs System Name: http://www.heatware.com/eval.php?id=73751 Processor: i7-920 [email protected] Motherboard: Asus Edit: And this sound is not harmful for you or for the hardware. like lot of you i was struggling with this problem :) hope that this can be helpfull for someone Neumi09-08-2014, 02:28 PM.... check these guys out I had a high end X58-OC from Gigabyte and I bought an Asus X79 board.
Hopefully it's only bad luck and you got bad PSUs. The higher the pitch usually coincides with higher FPS. As for the question of whether it's normal, it is, it's just annoying. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.
My ring when sound dissapeared: b85-g41 msi mobo , gtx 760 video , same PSU corsair cx 600. Once I checked the other option: "Separate all input jacks as independent input devices," the noise was immediately and completely gone. Graphics Card Buzzing Place your hand behind the power supply to see if air is blowing out of it, indicating that the fan is running. Graphics Card Coil Whine Adrian.H11-22-2013, 08:50 PMI bought Xonar DX no such thing exist for me like buzzing noise with microphone connected to xonar dx as oppose to phoebus.
There is also the chance that you have left Gain Boost at +30dB when it is not even needed, in which case reducing it should help alleviate any noise pickup. -Raja http://windowsrefund.org/graphics-card/bad-graphics-card.php As for the question of whether it's normal, it is, it's just annoying. wipspeed09-18-2012, 04:16 AMi have the same problem. Slide the drive out through the front of the case. (Of course, replacing it can get funky if it's one of those propriety cool looking drives matched to the case in Psu Coil Whine
So I stand by what I said, this is any exceptionally rare usage scenario. All I did was in the microphone settings through windows I made sure that the Microphone Boost was on under the Custom tab. Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. check my blog your welcome asus for a 200 dollar donation, got myself a nice useless sound card.
Try cleaning the dust out of the inside of the case with compressed air. Moving the speaker away from the UPS fixed that problem.A hard drive is not a likely source of hum, but it's not impossible (the most likely cause would be an out Are they spinning when this occurs?What exactly are you doing when it happens, or is it constant?
Best Regards Roger Candergart Estatus07-17-2012, 11:08 AMThis is not a solution as it would only lock the tone/frequency of the buzzing , not removing it.
I've dropped my card into the bottom slot as far away from my video card as possible. It should be noted that if the chip fan does go bad, it will fry your chip, causing your computer to fail, however your data on your hard drive would remain Related Resources My laptop has a loud buzzing sound It is not coming from the speakers What do yo solved My PC crashed due to what i believe to be my Noise is more grating and disturbing.
If [email protected], 09:07 PMI tried to contact the local Asus support but I took only this squalid answer ([email protected]) "About the problem described we do not have official information from the sadly it makes using TeamSpeak slightly difficult. After I added another supression, the humming dissapear (or really soft which I couldn't hear). news There is also the chance that you have left Gain Boost at default when it is not even needed, in which case reducing it should help alleviate any noise pickup. -Raja
That leaves the Hard Drive or a Fan.Fans you can normally 'touch' the frame and feel the vibration. If you still hear the hum, it isn't the CPU fan. In reality the Modmic is a better mic, however, I should not have been REQUIRED to make the switch, or be required to use ****ty headsets or "gaming headsets" just for Necro8608-12-2014, 04:39 PMhelo guys.
I recommend 300 watts or greater. Estatus07-03-2012, 10:52 PMWell, I found a solution after tons of research. HOODedDutchman09-14-2012, 05:35 PMOK SO my first time posting. I guess its just going to be an annoyance until I feel the need to replace it.
We have a different MO for "audiophile" products. Very bad. I never experienced this issue with my Xonar D2X. It also can repair bad sectors, provide lots of data on your drive's health, etc.
Since it was only under load tho I knew it was the video card.