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What the heck is this beeping noise when I press the shift key while in BOPS2?

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7 hours ago, afyeung said:

I switched the graphics profile in Radeon settings from gaming to standard. My pc currently has a R9 270x. That got rid of the noise. It’s not sticky keys btw. That’s not a windows sound if you watch the video. 

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As shown in the video, there's this beeping noise when I press the shift key in Black Ops 2. I just got this PC so that's the only game I have downloaded lol. I've never heard this noise in my life. I thought it was sticky keys but I know that sound is different and I had that disabled. Thank you for the help.

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Hitting shift a bunch of times never makes this noise outside of game.

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try to see what you have binded to shift in game?

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I switched the graphics profile in Radeon settings from gaming to standard. My pc currently has a R9 270x. That got rid of the noise. It’s not sticky keys btw. That’s not a windows sound if you watch the video. 

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41 minutes ago, afyeung said:

I switched the graphics profile in Radeon settings from gaming to standard. My pc currently has a R9 270x. That got rid of the noise. It’s not sticky keys btw. That’s not a windows sound if you watch the video. 

I think its signifying GPU-Scaling just happened,.. or similar to that effect,..
I remember it happened to me on (all) games that went INTO fullscreen at that moment, i'd get the beep.

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7 hours ago, afyeung said:

I switched the graphics profile in Radeon settings from gaming to standard. My pc currently has a R9 270x. That got rid of the noise. It’s not sticky keys btw. That’s not a windows sound if you watch the video. 

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