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Acer GD245HQ buzzing at 120hz

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u sure it comes from the monitor?

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On 29/12/2015 at 3:37 PM, Patrick Bateman said:

u sure it comes from the monitor?

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I'm 100%  it's the monitor. I can put my ear up to it and slightly hear it at 60hz even. I found this http://forum.hardware.fr/hfr/HardwarePeripheriques/Ecran/unique-gd245hq-fullhd-sujet_49673_41.htm#t636956 but wouldn't wanna break anything trying it. The annoying thing is I'm not even sure when this started happening considering it only happens when I'm at 120hz and my old PC was really loud. I tested it without any games by just turning the monitor to 120hz in the Nvidia control panel (I don't see an option to change it on the monitors own settings) It was the exact same but of course changes how loud it is depending on what program or tab I'm in. 

i doubt it will be harmful if it is then you would get a replacement anyway

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On 30/12/2015 at 9:30 AM, Patrick Bateman said:

i doubt it will be harmful if it is then you would get a replacement anyway

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