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If your case doesn't allow for some fancy cable-management then the least you could do is try to neatly secure the cables together so they occupy the least amount of space And instead of jiggling my case around, it just stopped on its own after a minute. I've had it for a year and it never sounded like this. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 11, 2011 11:10 PM PST In reply to: I've had it for a year It could be some update changed the power fan behavior. check over here

If you are running a stock intel cooler it would be much easier to press on the center of the case fans to find out which one is causing the problem Best answer zenxJan 11, 2015, 4:22 PM When you start up your computer the fan controllers aren't yet 'controlling' anything.. Ill investigate some more now that I have a link. This only seems to happen if the pc is left off for quite long and I boot it up in the mornings etc.

Computer Makes Whirring Noise On Startup

I found a 600w Antec PS for about $100 just a while ago at the same hardware guy, this is the route I would suggest, also DO NOT buy any off RamtinTV 17.259 görüntüleme 4:56 Converting Computer ATX Power Supply to Lab Bench Power Supply - Süre: 14:58. Sounds like the barrings are going. Replace the fan.

cheaper online. Thanks. if one of your fans is making the noise on its own, power down and further inspect it.. Computer Making Loud Noise When Turned On Adv Reply July 14th, 2011 #5 Uubnewb View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message A Carafe of Ubuntu Join Date Jan 2009 Beans 126 Re: Continuous buzzing sound at startup.

Yükleniyor... Computer Grinding Noise At Startup I can't in good faith recommend that you replace the fan in your PSU because even an unplugged PSU can generate enough voltage to KILL you. The noise is gone. Back then, I just jiggled my case a little and it stopped, making me think something got caught in the fan and I got it out.

Get it fixed (under warranty) and be done with it. Loud Noise On Startup Car TechIMO [email protected] Team #111 - Crunching for the cure! and fo0r months now when i 1st start pc it makes like a whirling grinding noise quite loud so i have to turn off then back on and always the 3rd Not anything in the bios.

Computer Grinding Noise At Startup

Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode July 12th, 2011 #1 Uubnewb View Profile View Forum Posts Private pop over to these guys The reason why I think this even more weird, is that the exact same thing happens on my partner's PC, which is in a different room of the house. Computer Makes Whirring Noise On Startup So, to cut to the chase, you need to locate appropriate software for transferring your relational DB data to a DB with different data structures and search algorithms, such as Google's Laptop Making Loud Noise On Startup They can hold power inside for some time even after disconnecting the power cable.

The problem is the same and so is the solution, turn off, open case, close case turn on, and 'grinding' stops. check my blog Stuff like that. It doesn't take much to slow it down or even stop it. I'm sure it's not the safest thing to do but it helped me narrow down an irritating vibration/noise to a rickety stock AMD CPU fan. Computer Makes Beeping Noise On Startup

Good luck! Pop open the side and crank it up. Though I got it put in about a year before that. this content Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Thread Tools Display Modes 09-27-2012, 02:06 PM #1 GamingRealist Join Date: May 2012 Reputation: 3 Posts: 10 PSU making grinding noise

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Yes. Optical Drive the problem is whenever i start it the fan runs at high speed and makes loud noise More resources Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway And of course if it is anything but the fan which is a simple fix what are your soldering / electronics repair skills, and what if any soldering / diagnostic (multi-meter,

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litwicki24 said: ↑ But when GPU is max loaded i dont hear that. They just start up on full rev and slow down afterwards as your OS boots.With that in mind and the things you have said, there could be plenty of stuff causing Reply Reply With Quote December 13th, 2004,06:27 PM #2 elmers View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Ultimate Member Join Date Sep 2003 Location Philadelphia Posts 1,485 "He said Speedfan stiflercosmin92 View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by stiflercosmin92 Find Threads by stiflercosmin92 09-27-2012, 03:55 PM #4 ffejrxx Join Date: Jul 2010 Reputation: 2053 Posts: 5,061

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This only seems to happen if the pc is left off for quite long and I boot it up in the mornings etc. Oturum aç Çeviri Yazısı İstatistikler 171.906 görüntüleme 631 Bu videoyu beğendiniz mi? Join Date Dec 2010 Location Sweden BeansHidden! Adv Reply July 13th, 2011 #4 DanneStrat View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Tea Glorious Tea!

Such bugs are not uncommon and many are left that way because it happens so rarely.Glad to read it was a bios option.Why didn't I offer this? Normally you would want to make some proper cable management which also increases airflow and helps a LOT with cooling (that means using the features of your case to try and It only makes the noise when the computer has been off for about 5 or 10 mins. solved Power Supply Wattage and Utilization in relation to noise (HELP!) solved Power Supply Relatively Warm During Gaming.

Are all your drives in RAID? Re-check your wiring, you may miss it at first but vibrabtion may knock the wire into a fan. If its making noise its hardware. So they will most likely just replace the PSU if that is indeed your problem area.

I wouldn't bother trying to do that though. litwicki24 said: ↑ But what fan? Just my thoughts, no promises. Can't find your answer ?

Dirtbox Best Forumite, 2015 22 Dec 2014 16:55:03 87,882 posts Seen 1 hour ago Registered 14 years ago AMD are cheap for a reason - they're shit. Given that their own vendor warranty would then be at risk of getting void'ed. No, create an account now.