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PC making a buzzing noise

Hi 

My PC that i built almost a year ago started making a weird noise for a few days and i don't really know from where it comes.

The sound is pretty much random , sometimes start and sometimes stops for a few hours and then starts again.

PC Specs:

cpu: r3 3100

gpu:gigabyte gtx 1660 super

ram: 16gb Vengeance Lpx 3000 mhz

ssd: kingston a2000 250 gb and a 500gb patriot burst sata ssd.

psu:seasonic m12ii evo 620w

mobo: aorus b450 elite.

Sound:

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I have bad ears so I cant really hear it. Is it coming through your speakers, or from components inside your PC?

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Just some coilwhine it seems nothing really to worry about.

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2 minutes ago, jaslion said:

Just some coilwhine it seems nothing really to worry about.

yep probably this.

 

Does it get louder and quieter depending on what you're doing or is it a constant buzz?

Personally I find if it fluctuates it tends to be GPU, if it's constant it could be PSU. Not sure if there's any science to that though. lol

 

If it isn't coil whine then it could potentially be a fan that has developed a vibration, possibly even EMI affecting your speakers

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12 minutes ago, Shabba said:

yep probably this.

 

Does it get louder and quieter depending on what you're doing or is it a constant buzz?

Personally I find if it fluctuates it tends to be GPU, if it's constant it could be PSU. Not sure if there's any science to that though. lol

 

If it isn't coil whine then it could potentially be a fan that has developed a vibration, possibly even EMI affecting your speakers

The buzz remains the same but it doesn't come from the PSU 

 

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1 hour ago, Skiiwee29 said:

I have bad ears so I cant really hear it. Is it coming through your speakers, or from components inside your PC?

You can hear it only with headphones 

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56 minutes ago, CPatrik said:

You can hear it only with headphones 

okay so either interference around the audio jacks by another audio wire or even display cables or it could be your headphones.

Do they have a mic on them? If so does the buzzing still happen when the mic is muted?

Is it just rear audio jack, have youtried front? (assuming they are wired headphones)

Do these headphones buzz on any other devices?

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4 minutes ago, Shabba said:

okay so either interference around the audio jacks by another audio wire or even display cables or it could be your headphones.

Do they have a mic on them? If so does the buzzing still happen when the mic is muted?

Is it just rear audio jack, have youtried front? (assuming they are wired headphones)

Do these headphones buzz on any other devices?

No man , i was referring to the recording 

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That noise is located somewhere around the gpu 

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4 minutes ago, CPatrik said:

No man , i was referring to the recording 

Oh! LMAO

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2 minutes ago, CPatrik said:

That noise is located somewhere around the gpu 

GPU coil whine then? Does it change pitch when you are displaying a high frame rate game vs a low frame rate game?

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3 minutes ago, Shabba said:

GPU coil whine then? Does it change pitch when you are displaying a high frame rate game vs a low frame rate game?

it doesn't change

It stays the same no matter what i play It stays the same even at idle.

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