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Hey, so I'm using my brand new MSI 570 OC. I haven't done anything to it other than at stock settings, and the card whines like crazy when ever I set it to fold. Doesn't happen during 100% testing or gaming load though...

and no, it's not the PSU.
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Capacitor whine, its perfectly normal and happens to many cards.
Try overclocking it just a little cause it might stop that noise.
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not much you can do, it's normal
post #4 of 15
got identical card =D. Tho mine is fine, OCed at 895/2250 @ 1.15.
If you have case fans connected to your motherboard headers try disconnecting them, heard from somewhere that could help. Sounds far fetched but its worth a try...
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post #5 of 15
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not much you can do, it's normal
Nothing you can do? Send it back if it really bothers the OP. Cap whine is a valid reason for a RMA (at least for EVGA).
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Well the whine doesn't bug me, I'm more wondering about the safety of the card.
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post #7 of 15
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Originally Posted by LiLChris View Post
Capacitor whine, its perfectly normal and happens to many cards.
Try overclocking it just a little cause it might stop that noise.
^This

My 460's whined like hell at stock clocks but up at 875-900 the noise dies down (or maybe goes too high to hear)

But try overclocking it should help
post #8 of 15
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OCing it made it a lot louder. I'm worried about burning out the vram on it also, so at stock these are going to stay for now.
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OCing it made it a lot louder. I'm worried about burning out the vram on it also, so at stock these are going to stay for now.
Set a custom fan profile in Afterburner - 570's can be tricky but if you aren't going nuts with the volts you should be ok
post #10 of 15
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OCing it made it a lot louder. I'm worried about burning out the vram on it also, so at stock these are going to stay for now.


Why are you worried about that? O.o
You can always overclock it till it goes too high for the human ear to hear it, or raise your fan speed really high.
Honestly it isn't a big deal and you shouldn't worry about it.

But if it is worrying you that much you can send it back to MSI (if they allow), but spending money on shipping and waiting weeks to probably get another card that might do the same thing isn't something I would want to do.
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