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RX 570 buzzing

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Hi, when I play a game (varzone for example), I hear a strange buzzing in the area of the cable slots, I use two monitors, and only when I pull out both monitors the buzzing stops, when I put the cables back I hear it again. When I turn off the game, the buzzing stops automatically. I guess it has to do with temperature because the graphics go up to 71C in games, but is it abnormal for me to buzz the cable slot?

I use XFX model.

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Sounds like Coil Whine to me. Some Cards have it under load. Really not much you can do about it

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Sounds like you're experiencing coil whine. It's completely natural and doesn't affect performance. 

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Earlier i have 1050 ti and dont have this.

Maybe i can change for Asus, what u think?

 

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In general its just luck. some cards have it, some dont. you cannot say for example asus has it, evga does not. its a lottery. but in general, the cards work fine.

you could try to isolate the case more to silence it a bit.

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What u think, should i stay to this or change for other graphic card?

I can change to 480 4gb gigabyte and 570 asus.

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I started to get coil whine after I bought a 144hz monitor. I hadn't really pushed my GPU until that point I guess. I say swap it to the Asus 570. I find this noise pretty annoying and if I could swap in something else with the same power I would. 

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