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  1. Thanks for the reply and all the help mate Will definitely look into coolers
  2. Hi again, The same thing just happened with my CPU (3600 with Stock Cooler). I launched a Minecraft World and it went to 85/86C for a good 5-10 seconds before dropping to its normal 70-80C range. Is this dangerous for the CPU, or is anything wrong. Thanks in advance for the help again
  3. Thanks for the help. Does this basically limit what your card can do in exchange for better temps? Just asking since I've never used Afterburner to change settings before, just to read temps.
  4. Do you mean all the way to the left?
  5. Hi everyone, I was playing Minecraft with shaders getting just over 60fps (Ryzen 5 3600 and 1660 Super), and noticed my GPU rising slowly over time. It hit 83C before I turned the game off since I was worried. Do I need to worry and is there anything I can do? Could this be a physical problem with the card since the fans do make some weird noises sometimes... Any help appreciated :)
  6. If its minecraft then like others said its normal since the load is on one core of your cpu. Also, make sure you have no fps cap and V-Sync turned off
  7. Thanks for the advice. I've opened the side and I'm pretty sure there's no cable hitting the fans. Custom fan curve is worth a shot, just need to learn how to do that :P. Do you know exactly what rpm you kept them in at idle, since I know literally nothing about this? I am tempted to RMA it. But the card seems to be functioning fine, and temps dont seem too bad (but not impressive either, hit 80C the other day). I ordered from Amazon UK, so if they themselves can test and replace it, I'll do it. But if I have to send the card to Gigabyte, I'll probably keep it, see how it goes, and RMA
  8. ahhh. Kinda rlly hoping it was normal. OK I'll double check nothing is hitting it, might try removing the wifi card as well, and then RMA if not fixed.
  9. Hi everyone. Its been over a month now that I've notice a horrible grinding noise coming from my PC. I only built the system about 3 months ago and it is my first build. I opened the side panel and narrowed the problem down to the GPU fans making the grinding noise when they are starting up or slowing down (as it increases/decreases over the threshold temp im guessing). Like I said, only built the system 3 months ago so wouldn't expect component damage at this stage? Can anyone offer any advice as to what to do? Is this normal or should I return the card? Th
  10. Hi everyone. Its been over a month now that I've notice a horrible grinding noise coming from my PC. I only built the system about 3 months ago and it is my first build. I opened the side panel and narrowed the problem down to the GPU fans making the grinding noise when they are starting up or slowing down (as it increases/decreases over the threshold temp im guessing). Like I said, only built the system 3 months ago so wouldn't expect component damage at this stage? Can anyone offer any advice as to what to do? Is this normal or should I return the card? Th
  11. I had a closer look and it seems like the noise is happening as the fans on the GPU keep turning on and off (think they only turn on when under a certain load). So if I'm doing something that fluctuates back and forth over the threshold load level, the fans turn off and on every 30 secs - 1 minute. However, is it normal for them to be making that noise when stopping or revving back up? I also noticed one of the two fans took a bit longer to stop all the way than the other, but not sure if that's a problem. Thanks
  12. Hi all, I built my first PC about 1 and a half months ago, and I had to move it to a different house a couple weeks ago. Ever since then, I've noticed a really loud grinding noise coming from the pc. It's not continuous, it only happens under load, and even then it goes away after 10-20 seconds. I'm not too worried since I haven't noticed any problems yet, but the noise can rev up quite loud, so I want to find out what it is asap. I'm not too sure where it's coming from. I'm pretty sure it's not the case fans since they're on a set speed (low). I though it w
  13. Hi all, I built my first PC about 1 and a half months ago, and I had to move it to a different house a couple weeks ago. Ever since then, I've noticed a really loud grinding noise coming from the pc. It's not continuous, it only happens under load, and even then it goes away after 10-20 seconds. I'm not too worried since I haven't noticed any problems yet, but the noise can rev up quite loud, so I want to find out what it is asap. I'm not too sure where it's coming from. I'm pretty sure it's not the case fans since they're on a set speed (low). I though it w
  14. Thanks mate, that's good to hear. Just wasn't sure if it was normal, and wanted to make sure since this was my first build.
  15. Hi everyone, finished my first ever PC build relatively recently but am noticing my CPU cooler seems to be making a noticeable buzzing noise. My GPU fans only turn on at a certain usage, and my case fans are pretty much silent, so the cpu fan is all I can hear. CPU Fan.mp3 This is the noise as I held the mic up to the front of the PC ( ignore background noise, focus on the buzzing sound). Is this sound normal to come from the CPU fan? My temps seem to be fine, considering it is the stock cooler for the R5 3600 I'm not worrying too muc
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