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  1. So I kind of isolated the issue to gpu and psu. Thing is this very bizarre reaction can only be triggered with specific software or should I say renderer. By using megamix lav filters pack, and setting up as: Potplayer Madvr renderer with 4k profile Lav video decoder, using nvidia vivid Playing back a big video file like 4k to 5k, 10bit hvec. This causes the gpu to reach 90% utilization and that's the only scenario that I get that noise. Furmark was normal. Playing the same video with mpc-be and default renderer and settings, again no noise. My conclusion is madvr and the spec
  2. I guess I will remove the pump header from the mobo for a short time and see if that fixes the Sound? Would it be ok since the load will mostly be on the gpu?
  3. Final attempt at finding help: disabled hardware acceleration for HEVC, loading the CPU, alternating between window mode and full screen: https://vocaroo.com/dwlzrjzvaob re-enabled hardware acceleration for HEVC, loading the GPU, alternating between window mode and full screen: https://vocaroo.com/dxSvJircyHa BTW I manually stopped the pump fan, gpu fans, psu fan and that didn't affect the noise. At this point, I think it's the pump or the PSU... I swear the sound comes from the pump. Or is it possible for the motherboard itself to make such a nois
  4. Ok, last thing I can do to demonstrate the issue. Hoping for the right person to see this and provide an answer: (kindly turn up your volume) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMfTrvrAid0&feature=youtu.be
  5. I'm running the msi overclocking scanner right now and I think I hear what seems to be the same noise but at lot lower level. Also it comes at short intervals instead of continuous. Any thoughts? Edit: seems there two different noises as well. One is like a high pitched buzz or mechanical hd drive sound (but I have non connected) and the other is the the fan catching grinding kind of sound.
  6. Hello LTT, I need your help! This is a new rig recently built, specs are below: Cpu: Intel 10900K (SP 81) Mobo: Asus Maximus Apex XII GPU: Asus tuf 3080 OS drive: 970 Evo Plus nvme 500GB PSU: Seasonic 750W Prime Ultra Plat Sound card: Creative Sound Blaster AE-7 Cpu cooler: Arctic Liquid Freezer II 360 Fans: x7 Arctic Bionix P120 pwm Ram:G.Skill Trident z RGB 2x16GB B-dies Case: Lian Li o11 Dynamic XL So this is most perplexing for me as I have never bumped upon something like that before. Thing is the noise source is ki