i need help with a bleeping capacitor (maybe its the wrong word ; ( ? ) on my graphic card. It's a high-pitched sound comming from my graphic card, sometimes hardly audible.
It's doing this sound since a week and the sound is transmitted over my stereo, esp. the sub, a Kustom PA112S.
Right now iam using a FGA-35 Massetrennfilter (a noise filter [german]) to prevent the sound, but iam still able to hear it comming from the graphic card.
Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 720
GIGABYTE Geforce GTX 660 Ti OC
Auzen X-Fi HomeTheater HD
OCZ RevoDrive 120GB
Asus M5A99X Evo
16GB of Kingston HyperX 1866
Some Hitachi HDDs
Dxdiag is here.
Cleaned the post -Mod
If you could put that DxDiag in a PasteBin and just link it here, that would be great.
Also, the coil whine you are hearing is most likely an issue with the PSU, or your GPU overclock. When you send more voltage through it, it changes various resonances, and when they're in sync, they can cause the whine you hear.
Reformat your post, so people can actually read it.
Expect this is a coil whine issue, but cant read it due to the huge cut and paste fucking up the page layout.
try changing the power supply unit it fixed the problem for me a while back when i experienced it
Thank to the Mod who fixed the post :)
I tried two different power supplys, it changed nothing
I tried different drivers, nothing.
The GPU isn't overclocked by me.
It doesn't depend on the GPU load, already checked it.