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Hey man disable direct 2d rendering in FF5 and see if it happens again. Its definitely a GPU issue. This happens to me sometimes too. It's my KRK RP5 monitors. They've always done this with gpu usage. Although it doesn't seem to happen that often any more except when playing Minecraft.
    
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Originally Posted by FreekyGTi View Post
as for ghosts...i would say it could be true if it were a Foxconn motherboard...but its Asus
Terrible...but funny I might have to sig that.

On-topic, I would guess you have some kind of RF interference within your system. Are you using D-Sub or DVI/HDMI to connect your screens? And does the sound occur with the screen turned off? I would guess you're using VGA and the analog signal is hitting some pattern in Gmail that causes some components to resonate.
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Terrible...but funny I might have to sig that.

On-topic, I would guess you have some kind of RF interference within your system. Are you using D-Sub or DVI/HDMI to connect your screens? And does the sound occur with the screen turned off? I would guess you're using VGA and the analog signal is hitting some pattern in Gmail that causes some components to resonate.
lol yeah sorry...was a horrible comment but funny none the less

as for the rest...monitor is connected through dvi

but we have a a couple winners....it would seem it is a gpu issue...i turned off the monitor and it stopped the humming

well now at least i can rest a little easier knowing that gmail/computer isnt haunted and that my cpu/mobo and the rest of my components are working as intended....i need to replace this gpu soon anyways as it was only meant to be a temp fix for a broken gpu

+rep for ya guys...thanks for narrowing this down for me...been messing with computers a very long time and this is the first time ive ever had an issue like this
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