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Weird Sound on my RTX 2060 8GB

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi everyone!


I have a small but very annoying problem. It's about my new graphics card. (RTX 2060 8GB GigaByte)

The problem show up when playing. I also noticed that the sound appears at the rotation of fans between 1500-1900rpm.
For example, when I play Warzone  I have 1800rpm + so at the beginning there is an annoying sound, then it disappears.
At The Division 2, the turns are exactly 1500-1800rpm. Then the card makes the most sounds.
One more fact. If I put the computer flat, the sounds stop completely.

Below i attached picture of my PC build, and video. (wooden stick make sound quieter, looks weird and stupid but its works).


Any advice? Solutions?



Fans GPU.mov


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That is something in the GPU being loose or broken either a screw or a fan bearing. Personally I'd RMA the card, if you just recently purchased it return it for a new one. It's more than likely a defect or issue from the factory.

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Posted · Original PosterOP


I used gaskets/soft washers for all screws in my PC and its works! I thought it was a vibration ... btw solwed.

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