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I recently replaced my OEM hard drive with a 256GB 830, and I now hear a strange... squeal or electrical sound every now and then, usually when scrolling up or down a web page. I've never heard this before and I'm about to test by removing some components and running the comp without them, but I have no idea what to make of this noise. The only thing I know for absolute sure is that it's not my PSU (Seasonic X650, which doesn't especially matter since a PSU's workload doesn't change when scrolling on a web page).

Anyone else have a similar experience? Should I be contacting Samsung?
    
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Unless the sound is very annoying, or the performance is reduced, I wouldn't do anything yet. Might be a good idea to do a backup though.
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I recently replaced my OEM hard drive with a 256GB 830, and I now hear a strange... squeal or electrical sound every now and then, usually when scrolling up or down a web page. I've never heard this before and I'm about to test by removing some components and running the comp without them, but I have no idea what to make of this noise. The only thing I know for absolute sure is that it's not my PSU (Seasonic X650, which doesn't especially matter since a PSU's workload doesn't change when scrolling on a web page).

Anyone else have a similar experience? Should I be contacting Samsung?
Could be cstates or something like that with your motherboard. My Crucial M4 did that too. It stopped after a while tho.
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Then would disabling cstates eliminate the noise, or would I be looking for new motherboard?
    
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Then would disabling cstates eliminate the noise, or would I be looking for new motherboard?
idk, i think the cstaes caused the SSD to make the noise, I ma not sure on which part it was.
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Proud to be part of this group! Picked up the 256GB version.
Here's my benchmark:
Toshiba Portege R705-P35 i3 CPU M 370 @ 2.40 GHz, 8 GB RAM

Is this a good score? If not, anything I can do to improve it?

So at first I thought this benchmark score was a fluke since it seems higher than most of the laptop scores that I have seen on here.
However, I've ran several more benchmarks and am still getting in the low 800's. So awesome.




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I have been using Samsung 830's in each of my machines for the last 3 weeks and I am very happy with them.

Desktop- i7-2600K/ Samsung 830 128GB


Laptop 1- i3-2370m/ Samsung 830 128GB


Laptop 2- AMD E-450/ Samsung 830 128GB

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