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post #6191 of 6326 (permalink) Old 02-14-2020, 06:52 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Samuel25 View Post
My board doesnt have wifi, its the Intel LAN.

Also to the ERP hint:
Shouldnt i keep ERP enabled?
As far as i know enabled means no (usb) power while the system is off?
Some boards with wifi had issues with the wifi module not working/ disappearing when resuming from sleep or something. Some users were able to resolve by disabling ERP

But since you don't have the wifi module then it really doesn't pertain to your issue

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EDC-bug and sleep issue related directly to Gigabyte boards or is the AGESA and will happen on all boards?

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EDC-bug and sleep issue related directly to Gigabyte boards or is the AGESA and will happen on all boards?
Not 100% sure about sleep issues but the EDC bug is due to AGESA 1.0.0.4 and newer and will be on any board no matter what.

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My X570 Aorus Pro WiFi (F11 BIOS) with a Ryzen 9 3950X has the most insane coil whine I've ever heard in any piece of electronics. I've tried two different power supplies. The whine is too loud for my tastes even in the case (Fractal Design Define R6) all closed up. I've only had it 6 days (bought at Microcenter last Saturday). I'm thinking to take it back and exchange it for another.

I made a high quality recording of it (M4A/AAC - 3.16MB) with my Rode NT1 + Focusrite Scarlett Solo (2nd Gen) into a laptop running on battery power of the Ryzen 9 system in the case with the side open (see attached picture). I did no post processing to the recording other than compress it to AAC and trim a little off the start and end of the recording. No EQ, no compressor, no level adjustments, etc. You'll hear my clicking the mouse throughout the recording to start and stop different loads on the processor.

Here's the relevant time stamps if you just want to sample bits of the coil whine. No OC'ing going on.

0:01 turn on PC
0:02-0:07 chipset fan spins up and down
up to ~0:32 PC booting
0:32-0:37 enter password & log in
1:00 start Prime95 stress test #2
1:49 start x265 FHD Benchmark
(PBO off up to this point)
2:56 start x265 FHD Benchmark with PBO turned on
3:55 start Prime95 stress test #1? with PBO turned on
4:35 start Prime95 stress test #2? with PBO turned on
5:06-5:52 scrolling up and down in AMD Ryzen Master application with mouse scroll wheel (no programs are running loading the CPU)
5:54 Press PC power button to turn it off
5:59 PC switches off


Is my board an outlier or are they all just like this?
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Quote: Originally Posted by Stereodude View Post
My X570 Aorus Pro WiFi (F11 BIOS) with a Ryzen 9 3950X has the most insane coil whine I've ever heard in any piece of electronics. I've tried two different power supplies. The whine is too loud for my tastes even in the case (Fractal Design Define R6) all closed up. I've only had it 6 days (bought at Microcenter last Saturday). I'm thinking to take it back and exchange it for another.

I made a high quality recording of it (M4A/AAC - 3.16MB) with my Rode NT1 + Focusrite Scarlett Solo (2nd Gen) into a laptop running on battery power of the Ryzen 9 system in the case with the side open (see attached picture). I did no post processing to the recording other than compress it to AAC and trim a little off the start and end of the recording. No EQ, no compressor, no level adjustments, etc. You'll hear my clicking the mouse throughout the recording to start and stop different loads on the processor.

Here's the relevant time stamps if you just want to sample bits of the coil whine. No OC'ing going on.

0:01 turn on PC
0:02-0:07 chipset fan spins up and down
up to ~0:32 PC booting
0:32-0:37 enter password & log in
1:00 start Prime95 stress test #2
1:49 start x265 FHD Benchmark
(PBO off up to this point)
2:56 start x265 FHD Benchmark with PBO turned on
3:55 start Prime95 stress test #1? with PBO turned on
4:35 start Prime95 stress test #2? with PBO turned on
5:06-5:52 scrolling up and down in AMD Ryzen Master application with mouse scroll wheel (no programs are running loading the CPU)
5:54 Press PC power button to turn it off
5:59 PC switches off


Is my board an outlier or are they all just like this?
It's not your powersupply,it's probably the focusrite
I had the same issue with my AVR
the dsp(hdmi card)was causing a serious whine
I changed everything(PS,motherboard,videocard)
I finally replaced the avr and the whine disappeared

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post #6196 of 6326 (permalink) Old 02-14-2020, 02:19 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by bigcid10 View Post
It's not your powersupply,it's probably the focusrite
I had the same issue with my AVR
the dsp(hdmi card)was causing a serious whine
I changed everything(PS,motherboard,videocard)
I finally replaced the avr and the whine disappeared
What the heck are you talking about?!? Did you even read my post?

The Focusrite Scarlett isn't even connected to the Aorus X570 Pro Wifi nor has it ever been connected to it. There is an Aorus X570 Pro Wifi, a Ryzen 9 3950x, Scythe Fuma 2, a Samsung NVMe SSD, Seasonic GX-750, and a Gigabyte GeForce 8600GT in a Fractal Design Define R6 case. There are no speakers, there is no receiver, there is no audio device connected to the new Ryzen 9 system. There is a very loud coil whine coming from the motherboard. I can hear it with my ears.

How did you make the magical & mystical leap that my recording audio interface that I used to record the audible noise with the condenser microphone (that isn't connected to the whining Ryzen 9 system, but a ultrabook running on battery power) is responsible for the horrible coil whine of the Aorus X570 motherboard?
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Quote: Originally Posted by Stereodude View Post
My X570 Aorus Pro WiFi (F11 BIOS) with a Ryzen 9 3950X has the most insane coil whine I've ever heard in any piece of electronics. I've tried two different power supplies. The whine is too loud for my tastes even in the case (Fractal Design Define R6) all closed up. I've only had it 6 days (bought at Microcenter last Saturday). I'm thinking to take it back and exchange it for another.

I made a high quality recording of it (M4A/AAC - 3.16MB) with my Rode NT1 + Focusrite Scarlett Solo (2nd Gen) into a laptop running on battery power of the Ryzen 9 system in the case with the side open (see attached picture). I did no post processing to the recording other than compress it to AAC and trim a little off the start and end of the recording. No EQ, no compressor, no level adjustments, etc. You'll hear my clicking the mouse throughout the recording to start and stop different loads on the processor.

Here's the relevant time stamps if you just want to sample bits of the coil whine. No OC'ing going on.

0:01 turn on PC
0:02-0:07 chipset fan spins up and down
up to ~0:32 PC booting
0:32-0:37 enter password & log in
1:00 start Prime95 stress test #2
1:49 start x265 FHD Benchmark
(PBO off up to this point)
2:56 start x265 FHD Benchmark with PBO turned on
3:55 start Prime95 stress test #1? with PBO turned on
4:35 start Prime95 stress test #2? with PBO turned on
5:06-5:52 scrolling up and down in AMD Ryzen Master application with mouse scroll wheel (no programs are running loading the CPU)
5:54 Press PC power button to turn it off
5:59 PC switches off


Is my board an outlier or are they all just like this?
I have the Pro WiFi and have 0 coil whine so it's not every Pro WiFi. It could be anything though and is difficult to locate. I would gut the system down to the very basics needed to run it and go from there. I have seen a few people actually put the microphone on the back side of the board to find out that it is coming from the back side where the CPU socket is soldered on to the board. Many others ended up being their video card. Could be any piece of hardware unfortunately.

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What the heck are you talking about?!? Did you even read my post?

The Focusrite Scarlett isn't even connected to the Aorus X570 Pro Wifi nor has it ever been connected to it. There is an Aorus X570 Pro Wifi, a Ryzen 9 3950x, Scythe Fuma 2, a Samsung NVMe SSD, Seasonic GX-750, and a Gigabyte GeForce 8600GT in a Fractal Design Define R6 case. There are no speakers, there is no receiver, there is no audio device connected to the new Ryzen 9 system. There is a very loud coil whine coming from the motherboard. I can hear it with my ears.

How did you make the magical & mystical leap that my recording audio interface that I used to record the audible noise with the condenser microphone (that isn't connected to the whining Ryzen 9 system, but a ultrabook running on battery power) is responsible for the horrible coil whine of the Aorus X570 motherboard?
ok,you stick to that story then
return the MB and when they send it back ,you'll know why
try putting some cheater plugs on you power plugs

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I have the Pro WiFi and have 0 coil whine so it's not every Pro WiFi. It could be anything though and is difficult to locate. I would gut the system down to the very basics needed to run it and go from there. I have seen a few people actually put the microphone on the back side of the board to find out that it is coming from the back side where the CPU socket is soldered on to the board. Many others ended up being their video card. Could be any piece of hardware unfortunately.
The system already only has the bare minimum necessary to run (CPU, mobo, RAM, graphics card, SSD, HSF, & PSU). It makes the same coil whine noise running non-Windows software from a USB stick without the SSD in the system. It's absolutely coming from the VRM area on the mobo, not the PSU or graphics card. AFAIK there aren't any other components in the system with coils and DC/DC converters. Top or bottom side of the mobo doesn't make any difference to me. It's unacceptably loud. I'm really only trying to figure out if I should exchange it for another one of the same model or something else.
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Quote: Originally Posted by bigcid10 View Post
ok,you stick to that story then
return the MB and when they send it back ,you'll know why
try putting some cheater plugs on you power plugs
Not so fast... You made the claim, now explain how an unplugged and unpowered component not connected to the system in question (or any PC) is responsible for the noise the system is making. How far away do I need to move it before it will no longer affect the Aorus X570 motherboard? Do I need to put it in the garage in a Faraday cage?
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