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Weird "charging" noise.

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Not sure where to put this but since my build that does this is AMD I put it here. Feel free to move it.

You know that noise that you sometimes hear when you are charging something? You know that constant low tone noise?

Well my PC makes that noise and it is really annoying.

Does anyone know what causes that noise?

-Thanks.
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Some capacitors do that.
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post #3 of 3
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Coma View Post

Some capacitors do that.

My PC does it randomly. And I'm pretty sure every PC has a fairly decent number of capacitors. How would I know if it were the capacitors?
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