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Help! I don't know what's going on!

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So every so often my computer will just start making this really loud alarm noise. Like an alarm you would hear out of a movie. I tried looking around thinking that I had a virus but I couldn't find anything. It was still freaking out at me. So I went into the Volume Mixer to see if it maybe showed the program that was making that noise and it was EVGA Precision X that was making that god-awful sound. So I opened Precision and the temps were normal. Voltage was 1.10 (normal). The Clock was on stock and it still kept making this noise at me. So I closed Precision X and opened it back up again. It started making that noise again. Then I restarted my computer.... boot back up... open Precision X.... It's stopped. I tried looking in the Even Viewer and there was nothing wrong..... Something is missing here. Please help. This is the third time it's done this. PLEASE HELP! redface.gifredface.gifredface.gifredface.gifrolleyes.gif
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Just reinstall Precision
post #3 of 5
most likely it's seeing misreading's causing it's alarm's to go off.
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What does that mean?
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Originally Posted by Fanman43 View Post

What does that mean?
precision has alarm's in place if your temperature or voltage exceed a certain level, the problem is precision isn't reading these level's correctly all the time it's seeing spikes which cause the warning's. The same thing happens to me all the time in hwmonitor with my fan's I occasionally see my fan's rpm highest level being 65000+ because it misread. Your best bet is to try and reinstall and hope it doesn't continue.
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