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new rx 580 strange sounds thru my headset

Chokin
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hello,

 

I bought a gigaybte rx 580 with 8gb vram, and I am not very happie with it. under load the card starts making some strange sounds thru my headset. I tested the card with the program dplcat. here are my results : http://prntscr.com/m0a7nb . I hope you guys can help me with my problem, because its very annoying.

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Do you use the front panel header? 
Or do you use the motherboard header?

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4 minutes ago, Emanbaird said:

Do you use the front panel header? 
Or do you use the motherboard header?

I am using the motherboard ports with my hyperx cloud.

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it could be coil whine,  can you hear the noise without the headphones on?

 

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Just now, Emanbaird said:

it could be coil whine,  can you hear the noise without the headphones on?

 

without my headphone its fine.

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42 minutes ago, Majestic said:

EMI. That's unfortunate. Nothing you can do really.

are you sure I cant do anything about it ?

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11 minutes ago, Chokin said:

are you sure I cant do anything about it ?

Maybe an an external soundcard, like a soundblaster e1

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maybe.... try installing the video card in a lower slot? so that it is a little farther from the audio area. just throwing this out there. coil whine sucks

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11 hours ago, Chokin said:

hello,

 

I bought a gigaybte rx 580 with 8gb vram, and I am not very happie with it. under load the card starts making some strange sounds thru my headset. I tested the card with the program dplcat. here are my results : http://prntscr.com/m0a7nb . I hope you guys can help me with my problem, because its very annoying.

Sounds like coli whine, what kind of motherboard do you have? Some cheaper made motherboards do not have a "black out" or grounded section for audio. If that's the case, I would recommend either you get a soundcard, or an external amp/dac combo. I would prefer the external amp/dac, as they are out of your computer and less accessible to electronic interference. Schiit audio makes a good entry level amp/dacs combo. Meet the Fulla, an Amp/DAC combo. You can even use the DAC by itself if you ever get a separate AMP.

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14 hours ago, Emanbaird said:

Maybe an an external soundcard, like a soundblaster e1

I hope it helps :)

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14 hours ago, circeseye said:

maybe.... try installing the video card in a lower slot? so that it is a little farther from the audio area. just throwing this out there. coil whine sucks

Okay ty I will try that and tell you if my problem is fixed.

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4 hours ago, BLCT said:

Sounds like coli whine, what kind of motherboard do you have? Some cheaper made motherboards do not have a "black out" or grounded section for audio. If that's the case, I would recommend either you get a soundcard, or an external amp/dac combo. I would prefer the external amp/dac, as they are out of your computer and less accessible to electronic interference. Schiit audio makes a good entry level amp/dacs combo. Meet the Fulla, an Amp/DAC combo. You can even use the DAC by itself if you ever get a separate AMP.

I am still using a P8p67 le b3 version with a i7 2600k 4.5ghz :D

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