See if it gets worse, if not; I can live with that, too. Its sorted! So those who want a temporary fix so that your microphone is working this may work for you. Hagge07-01-2012, 08:21 PMThe noise disappears only when I mute the mic. his comment is here
So i said yes it was the mobo. Before that I had an HX850 and my (now gone) HD7970 had a lot of coil whine which changed depending on the FPS of a 3D application. I have to mute it to not disturb others on teamspeak for example. If you don't have Realtek, then look in your pc's control panel for your soundcard's control GUI (not the basic windows sound control)...look for a similar option, and I bet you hop over to this website
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It shouldn't cost more than $50 to fix it. AVtemp10-16-2013, 07:41 AMPOSSIBLE SOLUTION OF NOISE PROBLEM: ****************************************** http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrite_bead http://www.ebay.com/bhp/ferrite-core-filter http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_01tXagK9BQ You`r gonna need to set few of those (experiment yourself) on top of your PSU cable which connected to Phoebus. A lot of power supplies come with printed instructions. I have an old GTX 275 running with a 550W Tagan PSU.
Testing with the case side off revealed that the GPU itself buzzes also; confirmed this as the buzzing changes pitch when looking around in games. ArbitraryAffection says thanks. More terms: Closer 3 fails in the premium of vCenter Server Vascular Venues clock. Speedfan Maybe they've improved their quality control by now.
Now, I don't have coil whine, with a first class motherboard, psu and high quality speaker setup. Psu Buzzing It popups somewhere near your friends/party area. I had to rip out that pos junk mic box that comes with it, an use a 20$ mic I got from a shop. browse this site Removing the drive depends on your case -- there are too many variations.
When I use Skype while playing, people on the call complain about the noise coming from my end. I'm now in touch with ASUS to return the card. He have an older computer laying around and i asked him to use the power supply from that computer to feed the Phoebus power plug, i told him to use the I believe the Seasonic G Series to be Haswell ready (it says on the box, too), so I assume it supports the low power states.
I guess its just going to be an annoyance until I feel the need to replace it. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/humming-coming-from-my-pc-what-should-be-my-concerns-286919/ The Guru of 3D, the Hardware Guru, and 3D Guru are trademarks owned by Hilbert Hagedoorn. -- Aria -- Dark -- Fast Contact Us - The Guru of 3D - Archive Graphics Card Buzzing Candergart07-11-2012, 09:32 PMdeleted and reposted Candergart07-11-2012, 09:35 PMThe buzzing actually follows the FPS change in the GFX card. Graphics Card Coil Whine Forum SolvedBuzzing sounds coming from speakers Forum SolvedLoud buzzing sound when playing original xbox.
The best way to see if a fan is causing a noise is to stop them. this content There will be one on your proccessor. If the humm is comi9ng from your power supply replace the power supply. You might be able to open up the case (with the CPU turned off and maybe even unplugged) and vacuum carefully inside. Psu Coil Whine
It turns out I had a monitoring option turned on for a mic on the front panel. The filter of high frequency is too weak. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Four year old machine with a hummmmmmm by LionsMike / March 7, 2008 12:35 PM PST In reply to: Humming coming from my
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Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Cant hurt to ask/try though can it. To be honest, I can live with the noise. Put on your Sherlock Holmes cap and start detecting.http://forums.cnet.com/5208-10149_102-0.html?forumID=7&threadID=286919&messageID=2724486#2724486Submitted by CNET member dlauberWhile this hum can be any caused by any variables--fans, hard drives, etc..., if you have any additional advice
i use a razer tiamat 7.1 and since i did this i never had any problem. I changed sound card which solved my problem then I changed gpu and went back and problem was gone. Weird noise when speaking through mic. check over here Your setup has the perfect conditions for this to happen quickly.
I've tried different sockets, different cables, extension leads, surge protectors all to no avail. Utter POS if you ask me :(. But instead it got worse. My guess is that this card or these cards even, have a design flaw.
Quickly shut down the computer (within a minute or two at the longest) and replace the fan or clean it as explained in the next paragraph. Netherwind View Public Profile Find all posts by Netherwind (#15) MonkSR Newbie Videocard: EVGA Geforce 660 Processor: Intel Core i5 4670 Mainboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD5H Memory: G.SKILL Ripjaws (2 x Memory: 8Gb Mushkin 1600Mhz 8-9-8-24 Video Card(s): Sapphire HD6950 2Gb Hard Disk(s): OCZ Vertex 4 128 / Western Digital 160 Optical Drive: Samsung Writemaster (Piece of shit!!!!) LCD/CRT Model: ASUS 25,5"