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8% increase with 16.7.3 WHQL driver on R9 Fury X in Rise of the Tomb Raider, max, smaa. From 71 average to 77 fps. This is on 1100/1000Mhz.

Any ideas how to reduce the coil whine on my Fury X, but not with software, cos Im playing with vSync OFF ?
Edited by LionS7 - 8/5/16 at 5:15pm
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Originally Posted by LionS7 View Post

Any ideas how to reduce the coil whine on my Fury X, but not with software, cos Im playing with vSync OFF ?

Find a way to make it as bad as you can and run it like that overnight, the coils will wear at the peaks of the frequency and the noise should diminish or go away completely (though it may come back at other frequencies, so you'll need to play with it a great deal).

Works most of the time, but some coils are tighter than others.
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So, something like +96mV, Valley ?
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If that makes the coil whine loud and unbearable, then yes, so long as the temps are under control thumb.gifrolleyes.gif
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Find a way to make it as bad as you can and run it like that overnight, the coils will wear at the peaks of the frequency and the noise should diminish or go away completely (though it may come back at other frequencies, so you'll need to play with it a great deal).

Works most of the time, but some coils are tighter than others.

Interesting. My Fury whines a lot, a bit more than other card I've had, and this creates some serious problem, because I am playing on speakers and coil whine basically ruins the experience, but I am also very uncomfortable with headsets so I most likely won't be able to find comfortable ones. I got Audio-Technica M30X yesterday and they are horribly uncomfortable. But I am digressing.... So I just need to make the coil whine as bad as possible with some overvoltage and very high FPS and run it for multiple hours without break? Or should I just run it on my daily clock/voltage/whine?
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Interesting. My Fury whines a lot, a bit more than other card I've had, and this creates some serious problem, because I am playing on speakers and coil whine basically ruins the experience, but I am also very uncomfortable with headsets so I most likely won't be able to find comfortable ones. Got Audio-Technica M30X and they are horribly uncomfortable. But I am digressing.... So I just need to make the coil whine as bad as possible with some overvoltage and very high FPS and run it for multiple hours without break? Or should I just run it on my daily clock/voltage/whine?

The over-voltage isn't required, but keeping it where it is whining constantly as much as possible will wear down the coil windings against each other which usually reduces the noise. My 7870XT was a horribly whiny card until I left it running overnight in some game menu pushing out like 500fps. I maxed the fans to 100% as well (you should probably do the same).

I still have that card and use it all the time - it's in my silent HTPC machine thumb.gif

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Quick explanation:

What you are hearing is the coils actually moving. High current through them in a PWM setup causes the coils to react deferentially to induced magnetic fields, which causes movement (like an electric motor). This sound is from the windings rubbing against each other and the housing for the coil - so if you do it enough, the peaks where these components touch each other will wear into each other and will either move more freely (quietly) or actually fuse the insulating material on the windings, ceasing the movement - and the noise.
Edited by looncraz - 7/29/16 at 11:54am
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The over-voltage isn't required, but keeping it where it is whining constantly as much as possible will wear down the coil windings against each other which usually reduces the noise. My 7870XT was a horribly whiny card until I left it running overnight in some game menu pushing out like 500fps. I maxed the fans to 100% as well (you should probably do the same).

I still have that card and use it all the time - it's in my silent HTPC machine thumb.gif

EDIT:
Quick explanation:

What you are hearing is the coils actually moving. High current through them in a PWM setup causes the coils to react deferentially to induced magnetic fields, which causes movement (like an electric motor). This sound is from the windings rubbing against each other and the housing for the coil - so if you do it enough, the peaks where these components touch each other will wear into each other and will either move more freely (quietly) or actually fuse the insulating material on the windings, ceasing the movement - and the noise.

Thank you for detailed explanation. I will certainly try this is out because coil whine is only thing that bothers me right now, the rest in my setup, including my Fury cooling, is very quiet and cool, barely audible in silence at night, let alone gaming. It would be amazing if I manage to reduce whine significantly, because my head and ears just won't accept headset, especially for long hours. And I like speakers sound much more than headset. The works beautifully, especially for this price.

I will try it on Sunday during the day rather than at night, l will be able to monitor the situation and also I won't be able to sleep next to whining PC anyway biggrin.gif

Thanks again thumb.gif
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Ok, thank you. The cooling is very effective, so maybe I will try 99 runs of Metro: Last Light.
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Originally Posted by looncraz View Post

Find a way to make it as bad as you can and run it like that overnight, the coils will wear at the peaks of the frequency and the noise should diminish or go away completely (though it may come back at other frequencies, so you'll need to play with it a great deal).

Works most of the time, but some coils are tighter than others.

Hitman Absolution Menu overnight with v sync off and it should do between 300 and 1000fps pegged in that menu. The coil whine should be at it's loudest under these conditions. If that doesnt kill it off after a few tries max it probably wont go away. In that case: capping your FPS using the FRTC may help.
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