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My GTX480 does is a lot, mostly in game menus, or in game if its rendering at like 150fps+. Turning on vsync shuts up it.
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Well my msi 560ti makes the same noise , not too distracting but just enough to put some fear into you
    
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Are you running with Vsync? I've only ever experienced the whine when a card was rendering something at very high framerates; Vsync eliminates that. My TFII 560 hasn't experienced any squeal, but I know the my original Twin Frozr 275 back in the day did get some cap whine.

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Msi Twinfrozer 560ti has military grade stuff to stop the whine noise.

If you have reference board design that why.
The "military grade" components talk is mostly marketing; you're a bit naive if you think that's why.
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Are you running with Vsync? I've only ever experienced the whine when a card was rendering something at very high framerates; Vsync eliminates that. My TFII 560 hasn't experienced any squeal, but I know the my original Twin Frozr 275 back in the day did get some cap whine.



The "military grade" components talk is mostly marketing; you're a bit naive if you think that's why.
True that , V-Sync should be on all the time unless your benchmarking anyways.
    
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Yea i've noticed when i set the cod4 fps limit to 500 the whine got as loud as bulletstorm, but when set to 60 and below the whine is much quieter. But i thought vsync introduces mouse lag, also i'm more comfortable seeing 80+ fps. Seeing the fps locked to 60 and having it closer to droppin down to 50 or 40 kinda scares me lol. But even though it's capped does 60fps on vsync play as if it's above 80 fps and doesnt go to 50 any quicker than with vsync off?
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Yea i've noticed when i set the cod4 fps limit to 500 the whine got as loud as bulletstorm, but when set to 60 and below the whine is much quieter. But i thought vsync introduces mouse lag, also i'm more comfortable seeing 80+ fps. Seeing the fps locked to 60 and having it closer to droppin down to 50 or 40 kinda scares me lol. But even though it's capped does 60fps on vsync play as if it's above 80 fps and doesnt go to 50 any quicker than with vsync off?
All Vsync does is limit your framerate to your monitor's refresh rate, which is 60Hz on nearly all LCDs, on which you cannot see anything above 60fps anyway. It will not affect your minimums and will not induce more framerate drops; it won't make you see 50 or 40 fps more often, if that's what you're asking.

The whole "mouse lag" business is a "Your Mileage May Vary" situation; I've played both with and without Vsync, and I have not noticed a difference, all while doing pretty well in the FPS games I've played. What I do notice is screen tearing if I'm running at >60fps.

There's not much of a reason to run without Vsync, unless you are consistently below 60fps, IMO.
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