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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-13-2019, 02:05 PM
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Might be issues with those PCI-E connectors from some Seasonic(and others) PSU's.... especially if you are overclocking a Titan.

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Ok so scratch everything, I know where the noise is coming from : my GPU ...
Do you know yet what's causing it? My best guess would be some sort of result of the physical structure just adjusting to the change in temperature (heating causing expansion, cooling causing compression), just like a house making noises after sunrise after being cool all night, or a house making noises all night after baking in the sun all day.

My computer makes similar sounds at times.


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I haven't yet removed the block or the back plate, i'll try this tonight to see if there something like that. I wish it could be that, but the frequence is rather high and card isn't hot at all. We'll see

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Do you know yet what's causing it? My best guess would be some sort of result of the physical structure just adjusting to the change in temperature (heating causing expansion, cooling causing compression), just like a house making noises after sunrise after being cool all night, or a house making noises all night after baking in the sun all day.

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I really dont want to jinx it, but since I removed the backplate yesterday, pop sound is either gone or veryyyyy quiet..

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I really dont want to jinx it, but since I removed the backplate yesterday, pop sound is either gone or veryyyyy quiet..
Hmm, that makes sense. That's a very rigid structure.

I finally replaced my ASUS GTX 780 DirectCU II almost 2 weeks ago, and for around the past year, it was making similar sounds every day by just turning my computer on. That simple warm-up would cause it to make noises. Then gaming would result in similar sounds, including when I stopped playing. Like the analogy I gave earlier, it's like when a house makes sounds due to the warming in the morning after sunrise and the cooling at night after sunset - due to expansion and contraction from heating and cooling.

The new video card doesn't do that. Yet.


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Hmm, that makes sense. That's a very rigid structure.

I finally replaced my ASUS GTX 780 DirectCU II almost 2 weeks ago, and for around the past year, it was making similar sounds every day by just turning my computer on. That simple warm-up would cause it to make noises. Then gaming would result in similar sounds, including when I stopped playing. Like the analogy I gave earlier, it's like when a house makes sounds due to the warming in the morning after sunrise and the cooling at night after sunset - due to expansion and contraction from heating and cooling.

The new video card doesn't do that. Yet.
After many days, I'm happy to report that the issue is gone. I'm still not sure if it's because of the thermal pads or what, but yeah. Much better than an issue on the card itself

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After many days, I'm happy to report that the issue is gone. I'm still not sure if it's because of the thermal pads or what, but yeah. Much better than an issue on the card itself
The backplate is likely the source of the sound. Metal - as well as lots of other materials - expands and contracts when it heats and cools. It's the same reason why a house will make sounds all through the night while it's cooling off, and then again in the morning when the sun heats it up.

That's why I said I'm not surprised removing the backplate results in no longer having to deal with this sound. It's an extremely rigid thing, and so of course, you will hear creaking as the temperature changes. That's why we never heard these sounds back in the days before backplates became more common.


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