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  1. Ok great thank you so much for the help, I'm going to stick with the PSU for now and if there are any future problems I'll just try save up for a new one
  2. Ok thanks. Do you think that leaving the fan as is will do any harm to my PC? I do not mind the noise I am just concerned whether this might be a sign that something could happen to my PC. Apologies if what I am saying makes no sense I am new to PC building.
  3. Thanks for the response, is there any way that I could fix this?
  4. Yes the fan noise my apologies, and my PSU is mounted with the fan faced downwards.
  5. Good to hear, I'm just extremely frustrated considering because I am new to PC building and everything seemed fine until this noise just came out of nowhere a few days ago. Thanks for the help
  6. Hello, I have recently built a pc with the following specs: Ryzen 5 3600 Gtx 1660 Corsair 200r case Corsair vengeance 8x2gb ram @ 3000mhz Corsair TX650m PSU. Just a few days ago I began hearing this noise (attached below) when my PC is underload, and ignored it as I thought it was my stock cpu fan which is known to be loud. However, today I put my ear against my PSU and realised that it was the PSU making the noise. This noise overpowers any other noise my PC makes under load and now I am extremely concerned. Is this bad? How would I go about solving this problem? Thanks pc_sound.mp4
  7. Ok, turns out that I think it's my PSU fan, I ran some stress tests and put my ear against my PSU and figured out that it's most likely that. It is really frustrating as I just built this PC and cannot afford to replace any parts so I'm just hoping that this isn't bad for my PC. Thanks for the help.
  8. Recently built a pc specs: Ryzen 5 3600 (with stock cooler) Gtx 1660 Corsair vengeance 8x2 gb of ram @ 3000mhz MSI b450 tomahawk max Corsair 200r case My PC was working fine up until a few days ago when I noticed this noise that it was making when the CPU speeds up. The sound: https://imgur.com/a/rSbCJWo (also attatched it directly to post) I'm fairly confident it's my CPU cooler which is making this noise because I've tried searching it up and found that people have complained about the stock cooler on the ryzen 3000 series being quite loud but I haven't found sounds similar to mine. Is this something to be concerned about? . I'm hoping to get a new cooler for my birthday anyways but I'm scared this may cause damage to my CPU or other components somehow. Also for the record, the temperatures on my PC seem fine with around an average of 70-75 under load and 43 on idle. Thanks pc_sound.mp4