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I just plugged my headset into the back and the noises are gone!
So, will I have to change the whole case, to make the front-ports work properly?

thx for the tips, btw =D
Glad it worked, rep me if you like.

You could take a look inside your case now and make sure that the cable for the headphone into the front of the case is properly seated on your motherboard and in the right header spot. Make sure the pins around it aren't bent weird and its pushed all the way down. Also take a look at the cable that goes from the header to the headphone input in the front of the case. try and make sure its not too tangled up with other wires and isn't kinked anywhere along its length.
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Interesting that changing audio ports fixed it for you. It's happened on my current rig and my previous one, regardless of speakers/headset, sound port, or sound card (I also have an external USB recording interface that can function as a normal sound card).

My speakers are off 95% of the time so I don't really care lol.
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I just plugged my headset into the back and the noises are gone!
So, will I have to change the whole case, to make the front-ports work properly?

thx for the tips, btw =D
Usually a result of poorly shielded cable jackets. That's why I could never plug in my headphones to my Razer keyboards; always got interference both ways.
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