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Haroldpain
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Hi as in the title my pc makes an almost inaudible elctrical type of switching sound when booting up , it happens only when booting up and I have to sit next to the back panel to hear it , is it nomrla?My pc went through an accidentwhen it was dropped onto a bed and punched twice to the sidepnael and im concerned

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2 minutes ago, Haroldpain said:

My pc went through an accident when it was dropped onto a bed and punched twice to the side panel and im concerned

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How does something like that happen

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Just now, TVwazhere said:

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How does something like that happen

My younger brother was an ass

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2 minutes ago, Haroldpain said:

Hi as in the title my pc makes an almost inaudible elctrical type of switching sound when booting up , it happens only when booting up and I have to sit next to the back panel to hear it , is it nomrla?

What PSU is it?

Can you better describe the noise you are hearing, or record it and upload an audio clip? "Inaudible" is not a very helpful word for describing a noise.

 

5 minutes ago, Haroldpain said:

My pc went through an accidentwhen it was dropped onto a bed and punched twice to the sidepnael and im concerned

That does not sound like an accident...

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Just now, Haroldpain said:

My younger brother was an ass

Throw the whole brother away. See if you can return it for a new one. RMA him.

 

Most likely it's fine if it's just a click sound and not a constant buzz

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12 minutes ago, Spotty said:

What PSU is it?

Can you better describe the noise you are hearing, or record it and upload an audio clip? "Inaudible" is not a very helpful word for describing a noise.

 

That does not sound like an accident...

It kind of reminds me of coil whine , also when powering on the blue LED indicator of my asus wifi card kind of goes crazy .

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30 minutes ago, Spotty said:

That does not sound like an accident...

his computer had.... "an accident"

 

we will never speak of "the incident" again.

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