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Hi guys i seem to be having a bit of a problem with my graphics card. It for some reason makes a noise when running furmark but only when in resolutions are low. I have tried to reinstall drivers and did nothing now im thinking it may be the PSU, this is a new build i have done so still tweaking about but the card seems to be working fine and running games just some stress software make it make weird sounds. My system is below. I cant see how it would be the PSU as it is 550W it may be because its not a very good PSU but at the time i was thinking about money but that seems to working fine. If any one knows any ways to stopping this or why this happens please comment or send me a pm.
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If it is a high pitched squealing noise, my 6850 does the same thing, as did my 8600gt. Apparently it is coil vibration, if you can find where it comes from you can glue it still, but according to other threads its nothing to be concerned about. But I would not take my word as 100%, just an idea.
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1427826
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If it is a high pitched squealing noise, my 6850 does the same thing, as did my 8600gt. Apparently it is coil vibration, if you can find where it comes from you can glue it still, but according to other threads its nothing to be concerned about. But I would not take my word as 100%, just an idea.
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1427826
Yh thats the noice it makes I may take a look thanks for the help any idea what sort. Of glue to use if it is that ?
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Silicon was a suggestion i read somewhere, but just make sure that its not conductive, maybe also plastic cement could work. Basically something non conductive that holds it still will do. I wouldn't worry about it too much, its a high framerate thing, if you turn on v-sync, not that I ever do, it should go away.
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