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I have closed the artifact scanner and the temp is lowering, now at 63C and i hear no noise. i ordered a pc power and cooling 510sli to replace my antec. The sound isnt making my ears bleed so I can live with it as long as I know my card isn't going die an early death. hopefully the chirping goes away. Check This Out

The high pitch sound and individual frames seem to correlate in 3dmark05 and 06 in extremely low fps situations hmmm... I've also noticed that if I enable vsync in any game and the game runs full 60fps ( LCD ) the sound is gone. From EVGA: We have been watching the early feedback on GTX 970 and inductor noise very closely, and have actively taken steps to improve this. Then, the retailer said it was a "card feature", so I had to deal with it.

It has actually made me stop playing fear altogether for fear (no pun intended) of shortening the card's life. As an aside, if you hear coil whine when running a game at 500-5000 FPS, I don't think that counts as being a major problem for your gaming. psupef2kMay 11, 2006, 08:13 PMwell....I wish I was back here with good news, but now on occasion I am getting video failures on bootup. Especially when OC ing.

One can create a POLL to see how many are affected; that will, either, give you som solace, or fumes will be billowing out of your ears.. One thing's for sure the noise is coming from somewhere withing the graphics card. Using the site is easy and fun. Here's an idea, use RivaTuner's frame limiter to set a global fps limit at just above your refresh rate.

reply November 3, 2014 | 01:09 PM - Posted by Bart Dekker (not verified) I bought an Asus Strix GTX970 and it buzzed the hell out of my computer. I do not hear the sound at any other time. But I just get worried I might lose an expensive brand new piece of hardware... The occurance does not seem related to heavy load or high frame rate, as it occurs even when idling on the desktop and with Vsync switched on.

I have a corsair HX850i and they specifically state and I quote "is built with capacitors and other internal components specially selected to eliminate coil whine and other electronic noise" My I urge you to respond. After a lot of searching and unplugging various fans I found out that the only possible sound source is the X1900XT itself. reply May 22, 2016 | 06:44 PM - Posted by dphorton (not verified) I hope you never have a problem.

I mean, it is not related to intense 3D, but to the frames being output. I don't think it has anything to do with the videocard, but rather the mobo or something electrical. I forgot to mention. Also I donīt have thiss issue, when running a X800GTO2 or a X1800.

one long, followed by 2 short beeps and no video on the screen. http://codecreview.com/computer-making/computer-making-alot-of-noise-recently.html just for the overall solid rock quality. :mad: :mad: :hmm: :hmm: :confused: PS- That's just a personal comment about the 7900 GTX guys nevermind replying to it... https://soundcloud.com/astralfridgemagnet/sets/gtx970-and-hd6870-compari... only a small bump to the voltage (any more voltage and crash and less of an overclock possible even tho temps never break 65 at 100% fan) and power limit is

All I can say is good luck to you. replying to the noise issue at hand is more than welcome though I am not ATI but the noise is not a danger. BENCHMARKMANApr 18, 2006, 06:31 PMI have a 850xt and have the same problem. this contact form Very upset, and not sure it was due to this GPU or not...

DiwyMay 2, 2006, 02:04 PMHi, I've got a Club3D Radeon X1900XTX and it certainly is producing the chirping/scratching noise we're talking about. Also...where does one get BIOS updates for video cards? On the other hand, she is especially sensitive to the nails on chalkboard kind of sounds whereas I can hear them but it doesn't make me cringe.

will report the outcome later...

Higher FPS, faster ticking! I've had five other cards in the same system (460, 7850, 270 and two 280Xs) since it was built, and none of them exhibited any coil whine at all, even when My first X800 pro went instantly taking my MOBO with it (burnt out the AGP slot) and this one lasted about 4 days... :nuts: JodiuhFeb 1, 2006, 01:28 PMNot sure about mizzerFeb 1, 2006, 09:54 AMSo what's the final verdict, I am contemplating purchasing this card people..

The answer is no. Same thing. I got an identical card to replace my old one so I thought I would give some specific information about what appeared to be at fault. http://codecreview.com/computer-making/computer-is-making-weird-noise.html During that time (the CPU tests I think) I noticed how choppy the video is, but it is also choppy without the sound from the card so I don't know if

JodiuhFeb 3, 2006, 02:32 PMHaha! I sent ati a ticket, got a reply covering the most common display problems! And it looks like not one of the board manufactures care either! Build quality on such an expensive card should be way better than this.

Judging by the driver version that came with my card it isn't one of the latest builds. Updated my canned ticket response too. reply October 29, 2014 | 01:58 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified) Does a Corsair RM1000 (1 month old) @ 150$ is a cheap powersupply? This could start making the coil noise.

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