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is This sound Normal in My GPU?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I got this Used GPU Gigabyte Gtx 1660 TI  this week and it's and i was confused about this sound when i play Games ... they are set At Mid-High ... same settings when i had 1050 Ti but i wasn't hearing any noises tho 

but in this one i have no clue if it's Normal or no 

Ps : it happens only when i game ... it's quite when I'm browsing or Editing

Here's a clip 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1F8ETmTBhsJOPyUrLLOgO7VUbqQbfEidh/view?usp=drivesdk

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2 minutes ago, takadii said:

I got this Used GPU Gigabyte Gtx 1660 TI  this week and it's and i was confused about this sound when i play Games ... they are set At Mid-High ... same settings when i had 1050 Ti but i wasn't hearing any noises tho 

but in this one i have no clue if it's Normal or no 

Ps : it happens only when i game ... it's quite when I'm browsing or Editing

Here's a clip 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1F8ETmTBhsJOPyUrLLOgO7VUbqQbfEidh/view?usp=drivesdk

Sounds like when the fan needs to speed up when you're putting it under a higher load during gaming, something inside the card is shaking, could possibly be just because it's a used card that the fans are slowly wearing out?

Loving the Playmobil figure btw :)


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sounds like fans resonating with eachother. nothing i'd be worried about, little annoying but not fatal.


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8700k/2080ti - 8350k/980ti - 4790k/1080ti - 4460/1070ti - r3600/v64 - p9950be/750ti

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Thank you so much for the quick Reply 

I toke another look at the fans and they seem stable ... but as you said something might be shaking inside, I don't want to open it up but ... is the sounds noraml? it won't get damaged right ? i can keep playing with this ? 

Again Thank you so much and yea the figure looks beautiful inside a PC than a shelf 😅

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