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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello there,


I have a problem with my GPU it makes this ratling noise at higher RPM i dont know what it is.

I have checked if it was hiting something but it seems not too.

I had this same problem with this similair card and send it back with RMA. but then i got this one with the same problem.

Can someone help?

 

I have atached two videos one when i was just playing COD (Shorter video) and another while i was ramping up the RPM via Afterburner (Longer video).

 

 

 

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Could be the bearing being really crap.

Clean the card and the fans and check if that helps. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, TofuHaroto said:

Could be the bearing being really crap.

Clean the card and the fans and check if that helps. 

its only one week old tho, and don't i screw up my warranty with that?

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1 minute ago, Bulkie said:

and don't i screw up my warranty with that?

Cleaning the card? Your not going to open it or anything ( even that doesn't usually void it with some companies) 

Obviously no. 

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I don't think it's coming from your GPU tbh.

The vibrations of the GPU fans might transfer into your case and something else is rattling because of it.

That would also explain why you had this happen with two graphics cards.

Is your motherboard properly screwed in?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hmmm... where could it be coming from than.

2 minutes ago, Senzelian said:

I don't think it's coming from your GPU tbh.

The vibrations of the GPU fans might transfer into your case and something else is rattling because of it.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

Cleaning the card ? 

Obviously no. 

i will try that

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14 minutes ago, Bulkie said:

Hello there,


I have a problem with my GPU it makes this ratling noise at higher RPM i dont know what it is.

I have checked if it was hiting something but it seems not too.

I had this same problem with this similair card and send it back with RMA. but then i got this one with the same problem.

Can someone help?

 

I have atached two videos one when i was just playing COD (Shorter video) and another while i was ramping up the RPM via Afterburner (Longer video).

 

 

 

Is this the 1060. Every 1060 gygabyte replacement they sent has this crap at a certain RPm range. However other cards could have the same defect. Gigabyte really fucked up on this one. When two samples have the exact same issues, I say it's a design problem not a manufacturing fault.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, LOST TALE said:

Is this the 1060. Every 1060 gygabyte replacement they sent has this crap at a certain RPm range

it's the 1660 super oc

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4 minutes ago, Bulkie said:

it's the 1660 super oc

I would return it for sure. This is a defect. Make sure you listen closely from multiple angles to ensure it's not coing from something else but yeah.

 

I wouldn't tolerate such a simple testable fault. and if the next sample ahs the same thing, ask for another one.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
12 minutes ago, Senzelian said:

I don't think it's coming from your GPU tbh.

The vibrations of the GPU fans might transfer into your case and something else is rattling because of it.

That would also explain why you had this happen with two graphics cards.

Is your motherboard properly screwed in?

it does look like it is the left fan of the GPU where the ratling is coming from.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, LOST TALE said:

I would return it for sure. This is a defect.

I'm very unlucky then if i have gotten two defect ones.......

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7 minutes ago, Bulkie said:

it does look like it is the left fan of the GPU where the ratling is coming from.

So the one closer to your PCI-e slot.

If you want to be 100% sure, take the entire system out of the case.
If the rattle is still there at that point, it's the GPU. Then you'd only be left with another RMA or you could by a different cooler, but that sorta defeats the point.

If it's gone, then it's your case or something else thats rattling.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
16 hours ago, Senzelian said:

So the one closer to your PCI-e slot.

If you want to be 100% sure, take the entire system out of the case.
If the rattle is still there at that point, it's the GPU. Then you'd only be left with another RMA or you could by a different cooler, but that sorta defeats the point.

If it's gone, then it's your case or something else thats rattling.

RMA back at it again :(

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