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pc making strange noise

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Sounds like something hitting the fan blade.

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2 minutes ago, SkyHound0202 said:

Sounds like something hitting the fan blade.

 I tried to stop the fan, but the noise was still there.

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1 minute ago, Abdullatawfek said:

 I've tried to stop the fan, but the noise was still there.

OK, then it is from the hard drive?

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3 minutes ago, SkyHound0202 said:

OK, then it is from the hard drive?

yeah, i also was concerned that it was the hard drive, so i ran an S.M.A.R.T test, and the results showed that it was in good condition.

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Could be a lot of things, try your psu fan too. If the hard drive isn't your boot drive try unplugging it and put your computer under a load and see what happens.

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2 minutes ago, Abdullatawfek said:

yeah, i also was concerned that it was the hard drive, so i ran an S.M.A.R.T test, and the results showed that it was in good condition.

Try disconnect power to the hard drive to see if you can stop the noise.

If it stop, then the drive is either failing or being defective.

If not, then you might have to look elsewhere.

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5 minutes ago, Abdullatawfek said:

The sounds only come, when the computer is under heavy load.

 

3 minutes ago, ParkerWWW said:

try your psu fan too

It makes sense now. Seems like it is similar to this case.

 

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4 minutes ago, SkyHound0202 said:

 

It makes sense now. Seems like it is similar to this case.

 

so its the PSU fan

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Uh, block out the noise with headphones if you are planning to keep the PSU.

 

my fans sound like a Cessna taking off 

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Okay everybody

 I just opened my pc, flipped the PSU, stopped the fan with a tooth stick, and the sound didn't disappear!

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I guess that the sound is coming from something inside the PSU itself.

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20 minutes ago, Abdullatawfek said:

I guess that the sound is coming from something inside the PSU itself.

Yeah...Can be coil whine, you could ask for a replacement under warranty (idk depends from the country) 

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Just now, Lukyp said:

Yeah...Can be coil whine, you could ask for a replacement under warranty (idk depends from the country) 

Sadly for me, i wanted a "clean" PSU, so i scraped all the stickers off :(

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