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Old 01-16-2020, 11:32 AM
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Thumbs down RMi 1000w Coil Whine

Hello guys i just bought a 1000w and it whines on load (300w-450w) diffrent tunes time to time %100 sure its from psu what i want to ask this psu is new and noise not so annoying but its there is it gets better trough time ? or worse anybody who is experienced this could you answer otherwise i would rma this... thx in advance
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Old 01-16-2020, 03:46 PM
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Are you overclocking anything? Are you using a single PCIe cable from your PSU to power your 5700XT?
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Old 01-16-2020, 03:57 PM
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yes my friend overclocked to max stable clock 1pcie cable but it does also only cpu burn tests everything was workling fine my older 650w psu i just want get quality one for future upgrades
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Save the profiles for your overclocks and revert your hardware to their default specifications. Then instead of using a single PCIE cable from the PSU to power your 5700XT use a separate PCIE cable from your PSU per power connection on your GPU as we have found newer GPUs are wanting to pull more power than a single connection on the PSU can adequately provide.

If the coil whine goes away after making those changes turn one overclock on at a time. If it comes back you will know it is the overclock causing the coil whine. If it doesn't come back the issue was your single PCIE cable powering both power connectors on your GPU.
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