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tfvanh

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  1. Hey everyone, I recently build a new system and the one thing that has been annoying me is the sound the PSU makes, not the sound itself but not knowing wether or not it's a sound that's completely normal or something I should go back to the store with. The sound is always going, and definatly coming from the PSU as the sound will be there without having the GPU connected, regardless of the PC performance the sound is the same, it's coming from the PSU/GPU area hence I also checked without the GPU plugged in. PC is working fine, I just don't know the sound and if it's something that shouldn't be there it's better to return it. I recorded the sound with the fans making the most noice, if you listen closely you can hear the PSU sound i'm referring to. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7YB0003VXs&feature=youtu.be I'd describe it as slurpy/ grindy? Not sure. Gigabyte GP-B700H 700W PSU is what I'm using. Thanks!
  2. tfvanh

    Unfamiliar sound coming from PSU

    https://www.megekko.nl/product/4186/1019278/PC-Voedingen-PSU-/be-quiet-Pure-Power-11-400W-CM-PSU-PC-voeding Will go for that one then, quite high rated for a decent price.
  3. tfvanh

    Unfamiliar sound coming from PSU

    Thank you, stopped the fan at start up and there was no sound. Definatly the fan, if fan bearing is indeed that bad as you described i'll definatly return it. Maybe look at 400/500 ones aswell then.
  4. tfvanh

    Unfamiliar sound coming from PSU

    Well regardless of how much watt I need, it's more about the one I currently have and wether I should keep it/ get a new one/ get another one. Just get another one is not really an option if it's not broken, if it is broken it would be fixed by getting a new one. If it's the PSU, and it's nothing out of the ordinary for this specific one then i'm not gonna bother sending it back for a bit of sound.
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    Unfamiliar sound coming from PSU

    https://outervision.com/b/wcI5NW & this post on the forums show 450+ with 550 W requirement if you OC.
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    Unfamiliar sound coming from PSU

    He helped with the build configuration aswell
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    Unfamiliar sound coming from PSU

    400/500 W isn't enough, 500 is atleast cutting it close. Currently running GTX 2060/ i5-9600k/ 32gb ddr 3000 mhz ram/ samsung 970 & 860 ssd/ msi z 390 mobo. It does sound very simular to an HDD, problem is I dont have an HDD so theres litteraly no way its coming from that XD I did unplug the gpu, and very sure it's coming from the PSU.
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    Unfamiliar sound coming from PSU

    61 euro https://www.megekko.nl/product/4186/968690/PC-Voedingen-PSU-/Gigabyte-GP-B700H-700W-PSU-PC-voeding Might be the PSU, not sure.
  9. tfvanh

    Unfamiliar sound coming from PSU

    Yea got it last friday, its a Gigabyte GP-B700H 700W PSU
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    Unfamiliar sound coming from PSU

    right ^^ Gigabyte GP-B700H 700W PSU
  11. tfvanh

    Unsure what to do

    Hey all Yesterday I built my new PC, and finalized everything today. - msi geforce rtx 2060 ventus - intel i5 9600k - msi z 390 pro - 32 gb ddr4 3 ghz ram (corsair) - gigabyte 700W psu - samsung 970 m2 ssd Booted from premade usb with the most recent bios version, internet driver and windows creation tool files. Flashed bios, installed windows, installes internet driver and thEn other drivers. Afterwards I did all the windows updates, installed some other programs (norton, i know/discord/uplay/razer/logitech software) and played some games. After about 12 hours I got a blue screen, errorcode (symefasi64.sys) according to google caused by norton (yep) so i deleted norton restarted the pc and done i thought. Back into the game and another blue screen this time:(SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED) (SYMEFASI64.SYS) Related to drivers from what i could find but all drivers were up to date. I check the gamefiles, all good, start the game and this time i cant even get into the game. The game crashes followed by bsud, new error (memory-management) so at this point i dont know anymore. Things that i think can be related: - psu is making a weird noise, maybe its not working propperly causing differemt errors. Will swap the psu to see if it helps as the sound is anoyying. - deleting norton corrupted something and caused a domino effect? After hours of trial and error i encountered more and more problems. Couldnt start the game at all, couldnt update or reinstall nvidia drivers. Will reinstall windows, change the psu but not sure what else i can do and if that will even help. U guys have any ideas? The psu makes a sound like its slurping a drink, maybe a bit like an old hdd writing the disk.
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    Unsure what to do

    Many errors, running with 1 stick now to see what it shows then
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    Unsure what to do

    Ye started that a bit ago
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    Unsure what to do

    After reinstalling windows it gave memory management bsod
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    Unsure what to do

    Ill do that haha
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    Unsure what to do

    Yeah doing that now, almost done but idk should i do more? I d rather do all i can now, before installing stuff again
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    Improvements on PC Build

    appreciate the tip, but im very nvidia fanboy XD cant help it, like the software/ experience
  18. Hey, Currently looking to build a new PC. I have been upgrading parts for years but since the new generation cpu's requires a new mobo aswell I figured I'd just upgrade the whole rig to be able to sell my current system as a whole. Primarly going to be used for gaming on 1080p, and may look into 1440p gaming in the future (screens are still quite expensive as I want 2 of them). Wanted to check if there's nothing major i'm messing up, or if you guys may have any suggestions for better alternatives. I think it's worth if it's a bit more expensive, if the it's a great gain for what I want to do (2060 will never run 1440p? 2070 will, that would be worth the upgrade). Besides gaming it's used for design software such as AutoCAD/Revit, which currently runs smooth already so not to worried about that. Rendering isn't really happening alot, so mostly just drawing (no need for a better cpu/gpu purely for faster rendering) Games I play currently Tom Clancy's The Division 2, also running smooth but settings are quite low and backgroud programs cant be run. I can't run a youtube video on my 2nd monitor while playing division 2 for instance. I like to play games on a decently high fps 60-80 on 1080p but with 1440p in the future that might also mean 144 hz. I tend to play City Skylines aswell, which really had issues the bigger the city got mostly due to RAM/CPU for what I understand. I'd love to play on high/ultra graphic settings but if I do decide to get 2x 144 hz 1440p screen I wouldn't mind turning that down to get a decent framerate & value out of the new monitor. The budget I have about 1500 euro's purchasing the parts in the Netherlands, the parts I currently choose sum up to a total of about 1200 euro's. There's some room for upgrades, if that would be worth it for 'x' reason. Intel Core i5-9600K Boxed € 275,50 MSI Z390-A PRO € 124,90 MSI GeForce RTX 2060 GAMING Z 6G € 409,- Thermaltake View 27 € 55,95 2x Corsair Vengeance LPX CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 € 111,01 Samsung 970 EVO 500GB € 119,99 With the total being around 1200 euros. May add a CPU active cooler, not looking to overclock but it can get really hot in my room and for the price I'd say that's worth it. On top of that currently I have a PSU of 550W, may look to buy a new one but looks like its enough for the setup. OS windows 10 will be on the 970, combined with the Samsung 860 EVO I currently use to install programs/games on. Do you guys see any problems, or have any input to improvements? I know 32 GB of RAM is (a little) overkill, however compared to the 16 GB I currently have running at 2300 Mhz that is something I won't have to change for a long while whilst getting good performance with designing software which benefits alot from RAM as far as I know. What I have most doubts about is the CPU and GPU, I looked into the Ryzen 7 2700x but since im going to use it mostly for gaming I have been told the SC speed of the i5 gives me more benefit. Besides that also the RTX 2060 seemingly isnt worth upgrading to from my current GTX 1060. I think 2070 is to expensive, and i don't really like buying a 2nd hand 1080 Titan used for bitmining or something.
  19. tfvanh

    Improvements on PC Build

    Haha true
  20. tfvanh

    Improvements on PC Build

    '''The budget I have about 1500 euro's purchasing the parts in the Netherlands,''' has always been in the OP though
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    Improvements on PC Build

    the netherlands
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    Improvements on PC Build

    Pricewise im pretty sure it was simular, so i'll go for 3200 mhz then and leave it as it is.
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    Improvements on PC Build

    Maybe, i compared the RAM 3200 vs 3000 mhz. Pricewise its kinda simular but im curious wether or not it actually reaches the speeds it says. Ive read things about needing to change things manually to get to those speeds. As im not really looking to OC or whatever, shouldn't I just get 3000 Mhz, or does that have the same issue but to get to 3000.
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    Improvements on PC Build

    Haha good, thanks man ^_^
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    Improvements on PC Build

    Oh sweet, I'll check out those more later today. And make a decision on that one, also goes for the 1660 Ti vs 2060. Completely off topic, but thanks for the help. Question though, where would one need a 550 euro mobo for? Thats quite insane compared to like 180 euros
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