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beeping sounds , screen freezes , gpu , mobo , cpu ? video linked.

dirolas

Hello guys,

 

I encountered this weird stuff , my pc starts to beep , don't know why and what's the problem with it. It start randomly , once gpu gets alot of load , or just doing nothing. It started recently so could that be GPU fault ?

 

my pc spec's

 

i5 8400

Z370 PC PRO

gtx 1080 msi gaming x

2x4gb ram

chieftec 650w

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I guess it is from a HDD, try transferring a big file and check if it's doing it

Or any changes on the sound.

CPU:i7 9700k 5047.5Mhz All Cores Mobo: MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Edge AC, RAM:Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB 3200MHz DDR4 OC 3467Mhz GPU:MSI RTX 2070 ARMOR 8GB OC Storage:Samsung SSD 970 EVO NVMe M.2 250GB, 2x SSD ADATA PRO SP900 256GB, HDD WD CB 2TB, HDD GREEN 2TB PSU: Seasonic focus plus 750w Gold Display(s): 1st: LG 27UK650-W, 4K, IPS, HDR10, 10bit(8bit + A-FRC). 2nd: Samsung 24" LED Monitor (SE390), Cooling:Fazn CPU Cooler Aero 120T Push/pull Corsair ML PRO Fans Keyboard: Corsair K95 Platinum RGB mx Rapidfire Mouse:Razer Naga Chroma  Headset: Razer Kraken 7.1 Chroma Sound: Logitech X-540 5.1 Surround Sound Speaker Case: Modded Case Inverted, 5 intake 120mm, one exhaust 120mm.

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5 minutes ago, Constantin said:

I guess it is from a HDD, try transferring a big file and check if it's doing it

Or any changes on the sound.

will give it a shot , yeah i was thinking maybe it's HDD doing hmmm

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is that clicking noise in the video the "beeping" noise youre talking about? if you have a hdd that may be the issue

CPU: i5-4690k @ 4.4 GHz | RAM: 12GB DDR3 1333MHz | GPU: Sapphire Pulse RX 580 4GB 

 

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I had a similar problem a while back, it took me like 4 months to figure out but it was one out of my 4 ram sticks messing with my system for me because it had been shorted on the motherboard from the case pressing on some of the pins from the thicc tube making the system freak out and sometimes makes me watch as windows slowly dies infront of me (including task manager :O). The power shutting off or blue screen/black screen if prob you GPU not getting enough power (it happened to me with my gtx 970 and a power hungry overclocked fx 8350 with a 600-watt power supply).

This is my old system tho. 

video of what mine looked like (yes I know, sketch water cooling): 

 

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7 minutes ago, DakotaWebber said:

is that clicking noise in the video the "beeping" noise youre talking about? if you have a hdd that may be the issue

i'm  guessing so 

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16 minutes ago, DakotaWebber said:

is that clicking noise in the video the "beeping" noise youre talking about? if you have a hdd that may be the issue

yeah i got hdd and ssd

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9 minutes ago, Spontaneous said:

I had a similar problem a while back, it took me like 4 months to figure out but it was one out of my 4 ram sticks messing with my system for me because it had been shorted on the motherboard from the case pressing on some of the pins from the thicc tube making the system freak out and sometimes makes me watch as windows slowly dies infront of me (including task manager :O). The power shutting off or blue screen/black screen if prob you GPU not getting enough power (it happened to me with my gtx 970 and a power hungry overclocked fx 8350 with a 600-watt power supply).

This is my old system tho. 

video of what mine looked like (yes I know, sketch water cooling): 

 

well i havent had this problem before,it started some time ago so idk if that's becouse of PSU , my ram's have enough space , nothing it pressing it hmm, just played a bit of bf1 , gpu was at 90% usage,everything seems fine , i think it's the HDD that is making all this stuff

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