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Any way to fix or lower the noise of the Asus strix rx 580 coil whine

I've heard that certain power supplies combined with certain graphics cards can reduce the sound of coil whine but which psu to choose? Can I also lower the clock speeds on it but not so low that it will perform way worse?

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Sometimes different combination of GPU and PSU can lead to reduced coil whine. I tried 3 different PSUs and 2 different GPUs ... any combination I made, coil whine was always there.

My "solution" was, to move PC in room below mine, and simply buy 5M displayport/USB/HDMI cables. Now noise can't get to me and I can sleep peacefully.

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20 hours ago, Simon771 said:

Sometimes different combination of GPU and PSU can lead to reduced coil whine. I tried 3 different PSUs and 2 different GPUs ... any combination I made, coil whine was always there.

My "solution" was, to move PC in room below mine, and simply buy 5M displayport/USB/HDMI cables. Now noise can't get to me and I can sleep peacefully.

What about changing clock speeds? 

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