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Cracking noise form my gaming pc

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have a gaming pc with different assembled parts my specs-

Ryzen 7 3600x

8Gb ddr4 ram 3200mhz x 2

Radeon 5700xt msi mech oc edition

Motherboard msi tomahawk b450

Psu cooler master 650w 

Ssd samsung evo 1tb

Thermaltake h200 cabinet 

 

My issue here is that my system is only 5 months old and some time back i am facing an issue of getting a cracking sound from my headphones while i am playing apex legends or any other game like siege or hitman 2. I initially used to get a cracking sound from my headphones - razer kraken x ultralight - and my system used to freeze and then i had to restart manually. I then opened my cabinet and cleaned for any dust and now its pretty clean. Yet i get the noise through my headphones but the system does not freeze but the sound gets a bit louder this only happens only while gaming. I really can't understand if the psu has gone faulty and needs to be replaced. Any tips please help required 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have done everything my friend updated the audio drivers, windows update, bios update and every updates

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are you using the rear panel audio jack (mobo) or the front panel jack(pc case)?


r5 3600 4.175GHz@1.1875v | Noctua Nh l9x65 am4 | MSI b450i gaming ac | crucial ballistix 2x8 3600mhz | 256GB Samsung 950 pro nvme | 1TB Adata su800 | 4TB HGST drive | Silverstone SX500-LG | Silverstone ML08

HTPC i3 7300 | Gigabyte GA-B250M-DS3H | 16GB G Skill | Adata XPG SX8000 128GB M.2 | Many HDDs | Msi rx 560 aero itx | Rosewill FBM-01 | Corsair CXM 450W

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I am using the rear audio jack on the mobo and not the front i have tried that too but the sound is more noisy

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Always use the mobo jack, front panel bypasses the built in audio processing stuff.
My brain says it has an idea, but it won't share it with me, I'm sorry.
If you want people to know when you respond to them you should click the left pointing arrow at the bottom of their post to quote them, that way they get a notification.
Good luck, I'll be back if my brain fills me in.


r5 3600 4.175GHz@1.1875v | Noctua Nh l9x65 am4 | MSI b450i gaming ac | crucial ballistix 2x8 3600mhz | 256GB Samsung 950 pro nvme | 1TB Adata su800 | 4TB HGST drive | Silverstone SX500-LG | Silverstone ML08

HTPC i3 7300 | Gigabyte GA-B250M-DS3H | 16GB G Skill | Adata XPG SX8000 128GB M.2 | Many HDDs | Msi rx 560 aero itx | Rosewill FBM-01 | Corsair CXM 450W

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, Cyracus said:

Always use the mobo jack, front panel bypasses the built in audio processing stuff.
My brain says it has an idea, but it won't share it with me, I'm sorry.
If you want people to know when you respond to them you should click the left pointing arrow at the bottom of their post to quote them, that way they get a notification.
Good luck, I'll be back if my brain fills me in.

Ok thanks i always use the back panel for audio and also usb, but i am still looking for a answer for my issue

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