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Annoying buzzing noise on headphones after installing new GPU

Q: Annoying buzzing noise on headphones after installing new GPU

Greetings all!

I'm new to the forums and thought I'd ask about my little issue here (was recommended by a friend!).
I bought a new GPU some time ago, an MSI R9 270, which works great. The problem is that now whenever I'm playing games, there's a buzzing sound on my headphones. The buzzing gets louder or quieter depending on how much activity is going on the game. When I quit out of the game, there's still a buzz but a very quiet one.

I've unplugged my headphones from the back audio jacks and used the one at the front instead and there's no buzzing noise.
Is there something wrong with the audio ports now? But it didn't do this with my old GPU.

Any ideas?

Thanks for reading.

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A: Annoying buzzing noise on headphones after installing new GPU


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I got a new pair of headphones today and after awhile I noticed a quiet buzzing noise when I move my mouse around or type on the keyboard, soon I heard the noise without any user input until I restarted my PC then it was just buzzing when using my mouse and keyboard.

I tested several headphones and heard no noise however these new ones are better than my old ones, I've also tested them on my brother's PC and heard no buzzing.

I'm using my onboard VIA HD Audio driver(up to date). I still hear the noise even if I disable all audio devices.

Motherboard is a Gigabyte M4A785TD-V EVO. Is this what's to blame?
Rig, although I can't help but think most of this wont help with this.
OS: Windows 7 64
Mobo: Gigabyte M4A785TD-V EVO
GPU: Radeon HD 5850
CPU: Phenom 2 x4 925
No sound card
Ram 6GB
PSU: Corsair TX 650W V2

No wireless mouse/keyboard

A:Buzzing noise with new headphones.

Plug the headphone into the rear GREEN speaker jack and see if you still get the noise. If its OK there, there is something wrong either with the front panel assembly in the case or possibly the wiring or how its routed to the HD Audio connection on the motherboard.

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Whenever i plug in my headphones[into the speakers], i hear a buzzing noise. its not the headphones problem, i tested them on other devices and there was no problem. I even changed speakers but i still have the prob, Please Help, ty.

A:Buzzing Noise when headphones are plugged in.

A buzzing noise like that is often a grounding problem.

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Hi, i've been having this problem for a while now. I'm getting a strange 'buzz' through my headphones. I've tried a different pair of headphones to check it wasn't just the headphones and it wasn't. The buzzing only occurs when I do certain things, eg play Minecraft. It doesn't make the noise when I have nothing open and i'm just on the desktop. I've noticed it makes the noise on lots of other games aswell, but it is most noticeable in Minecraft. When i'm talking to friends on skype they seem to be able to hear it through my headset aswell. If anyone knows how to fix this problem I would be very grateful, my PC is pretty new.
My specs are:
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2500K CPU @ 3.30GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 8173 Mb
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6700 Series, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 476837 MB, Free - 281519 MB;
Motherboard: ASUSTeK Computer INC., P8Z68-V LX
Antivirus: Norton Internet Security, Updated and Enabled

Thanks in advance

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Hi everyone,

I have an interesting problem: On my laptop (Lenovo Y510p) I can hear a buzzing/whistling/noise sound while my headphones are plugged in. The problem goes away when I mute my sound, but this buzzing can be heard while booting as well.

This led me to believe that my problem is simply a hardware issue, but I have a dual-boot setup with Ubuntu Linux on another partition where the sound works perfectly (i.e. no buzzing/whistling sound), which is interesting because it is using the exact same hardware.

I've tried: Reinstalling the audio driver and using different headphones. Neither gets rid of the problem.

Any help would be greatly appreciated! I'd be happy to provide more information.

A:Noise/Buzzing Heard in Headphones when Sound Unmuted

Do you have the correct sound driver installed? If you only have the "High Definition Audio Codec" installed, that is only the generic Windows installed sound driver and not the correct one. Although the driver is not an issue when booting.

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So I'm on the same setup I have always been... Nothing was changed. On Windows 7 I had no problem, on 8.1 it started and now on W10 I still can't get rid of it.
Anytime I'm in game, no matter what game, I get this weird buzzing/humming/screeching noise that won't stop. It happens both on my built in speakers of the screen I'm using (Samsung SyncMaster P2770HD) and on my headphones (Razer Kraken). I even tried to plug my Sennheiser ear-phones to see if it has anything to do with that. Still noise.
I tried switching plugs, uninstalling Realtek Audio Drivers, reinstalling Nvidia drivers, playing with all kinds of settings in game and Windows-wise. I just can't figure out what the problem is.

My specs:
i5 - 4460, GTX 970 G1, 8GB Ram, Gigabyte H97 Motherboard.
I'm on the latest Windows 10 version with the latest drivers installed.

Thanks in advance!

A:Weird buzzing noise in headphones and speakers while in games

The playback for microphone or line in may be too high, check in Realtek control panel and lower it, turn it down or mute it.

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Hello all,

I've been having this problem for a long time now (2 years) and no matter what I do I can't get rid of it.

My PC will freeze and make very loud buzzing noises a few times a day,even when left idle in the middle of the night it will sometimes wake me up with the buzzing sounds coming out of my headphones.

I'm clueless at this point as for what to do,I replaced my Motherboard,my network adatper, I disabled my sound card,played around with the BIOS settings and nothing works.

There is one way which seems to consistently recreate the freeze & buzzing sound and thats only when I run low graphic games and let me explain:

I can play heavy 3D games with demanding graphics and the PC wont freeze (Actually don't think it ever froze while I was playing a 3D game) however It will freeze after less than 10 minutes if I play a low demanding game like Stardew Valley,League of legends or even when the PC is just Idle or while listening to music on youtube.

I ran Memtest86 and Prime95 and didn't find any errors and the event viewer errors seem to just say its Error 41 which is an unexpected shutdown.

I would really be greatful if someone can help me solve this annoying problem for once and for all,I've been living with it for so long,it makes me paranoid when I'm gonna hear it while listening to music (the sound gets you jumped every time..)

My system specs:

Computer type PC/Desktop

OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64

CPU Intel i5 2600K

Motherboard Gigabyte H-77 DS3H

Mem... Read more

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Hey Tech People:

New to the boards, and I plan on becoming a regular, so let's start off with this question, since I can't figure out what the heck is wrong. Basically, I just installed a new mobo (Asus K8N-E Deluxe), new CPU (Athlon 64 3400+), and new graphics card (Geforce 6800 GT). Suffice, pretty good upgrades and everything is working pretty well. However, one thing: my headphones, when plugged into my Logitech 5.1 speaker setup (the separate volume control thing), give me a nice buzz sound, sort of like feedback. It fades as I move away from my computer, and gets louder when I touch the mouse and move near more electronic equipment. I tried plugging the speakers into different outlets and things like that, but nothing. The only way to get the buzz to stop is to actually turn off the speakers from the woofer. Just turning them off at the control knob does nothing. I am lost. The speakers work fine when the headphones are not installed, and the headphones work in other things, such as my TV/Xbox pairing. No buzz there. Any advice? Is my mobo grounded properly, and if not, how do I fix?


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Glad to hear you want to stick around.
Is that "seperate volume control knob" on the sub woofer or an expansion slot on the Case?

Maybe take a close look at the cable of the Microphone, Buzzing is more of a grounding issue(loose/reversed wire)make sure there is no loosness at the terminals and up at the earphone end,or cuts in the wire.
Confirm all sound connections are correct and seated well especially inside the case to Mb connections.
The only way to confirm for motherboard grounding is to strip everything (except maybe the CPU) and put thin plastic washers under and over the mounting blocks and screws(pain in the rump job) .You might be able to see visably if something is touching improperly or out of alignment ,but that is iffy.
Good luck.

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Hi everyone whenever i plug in my headphones into the headphone jack i get a buzzing sound that is quite loud and irritating. However, the normal speakers are working fine. Do I have to return it? 

A:P51 Buzzing in Headphones

I also tried to check the ?Acoustic Echo Cancellation? but the noise persists.

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I have a problem with my headphones, one of my headphones started buzzing. It doesn't buzz if there is no sound and if there is it just overlaps with the sound. I thought the headphone jammed or something but today I put in another set of headphones and they had the same problem. So I guess its a software issue. What do you recommend I should do ?
Uninstall my sound drivers and install them again ?

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Maybe your PC's produce a lot of electrical interference and this could be the cause?

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Hi! Today my new MDR EX110APB SONY arrived and when I plugged them in my phone or laptop there is a sort of "static noise". Not that much annoying when playing music on smartphone but when connected to the laptop it gets worse. Some of the earplugs I had did the same but only with connection the the laptop. The weirdest thing is that when I mute the youtube video or the movie, the noice stops. So it only occurs when I play something. Btw: Tried connecting them to a friends phone and its the same. Could this be a possible problem? I have the sound set to the lowest amount. Laptop is lenovo idea pad 700. Phone xiaomi redmi 3S. Thanks for help

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 94 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 16178 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M, -1 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 119 GB (39 GB Free); D: 931 GB (37 GB Free);
Motherboard: LENOVO, Lenovo ideapad 700-15ISK
Antivirus: IObit Malware Fighter, Disabled

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Hello everyone! Today I came here for help with my old HP Pavillion DV6 laptop. When I plug my headphones into either one of the two jacks, I can hear a buzzing sound from the headphones. I know it is not the headphones, because it only happens when they are plugged into this computer. It is not because of the device being plugged into the wall either, although unplugging it makes the buzz deeper in pitch. Is this a driver issue, or is it just a bug in the hardware that I have to live with? (It's bearly audible when music is being played). Any suggestions are appriciated! 

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I just bought a pair of new headphones, SteelPad 5H Headset

https://www.steelpad.com/shop/default.asp?main=products (Not the USB version)

The audio is perfect, but the problem is i hear this very loud, constant, buzzing sound everytime i turn the microphone on.

I have no idea what the problem is Cant really explain it.

(For thoose who know what Ventrilo is..)
I went into Setup in Ventrilo, and used the Monitor function. When i keep the microphone volume on "Low" (Its got a controller on the cord to controll the audio) i get a constant buzz of 30-50 units. When i keep it at "High" i get a constant buzz of 250-270 units.

It's unbearable :/ I was hoping to throw my old table microphone away when i bought this headset, but its unusable :/

There arent any drivers with theese headphones, so it must be something else.
I didnt get this buzz with my last headphone/microphone.

Does anybody might know what the problem is?

Thanks in advance!

A:Buzzing sound - Headphones/Microphone

Could be a Ground loop.

You may want to try a Ground Loop Isolator.

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Hello everyone! Today I came here for help with my old HP Pavillion DV6 laptop. When I plug my headphones into either one of the two jacks, I can hear a buzzing sound from the headphones. I know it is not the headphones, because it only happens when they are plugged into this computer. It is not because of the device being plugged into the wall either, although unplugging it makes the buzz deeper in pitch. Is this a driver issue, or is it just a bug in the hardware that I have to live with? (It's bearly audible when music is being played). Any suggestions are appriciated! 

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Brand new laptop started making a low buzzing noise on and off coming from the right since inital turn on. Any fixes?

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a week ago, my dell started making a high pitched buzzing noise from the mobo, any idea why it would do that? i have not been rough with it at all.

A:Buzzing noise?

Can you be a little more specific?

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For the past few days now when I plug in headphones (in front AND back ports) I can hear a buzzing noise in the background. I can still hear the audio, just about 40-50% of what I hear is buzzing. (my headphones are fine, dont worry about them.) (3.5mm jack, in case anyone needed that)My specs:Intel I5 3.2GHzasus geforce gtxm 750 ti OCmemphis-s motherboard230V psuIve already tried:updating driversmoving cable away from other cablesI honestly dont know what it is.Also, it gets worse when I go on a game. ALSO, for some reason, my friends on skype can hear it as well. I really need help with this. Thanks for any replys.

A:Buzzing noise

Hi there @Callity,Welcome back to the HP Support Forums! I understand that you are getting a buzzing noise when you are playing audio or communicating to someone on Skype. I am happy to assist. Since it is also happening when you are using Skype to communicate, the functionality of the microphone is also being affected, by whatever the root cause is. Give this a try: HP PCs - Resolving microphone problems (Windows 10, 8) Another thing you can try if the previous does not help, is go into Device Manager, RIGHT click on the entry for the IDT and then click "Uninstall". But do not check the box to uninstall the drivers. Then restart the PC. When Windows starts again, it will detect the sound device and reinstall it in Device Manager and may put it on a different shared IRQ. This is assuming that the Audio noise being added to the sound device is coming from interference from another device.  Please let me know how that works for you, and if it does resolve your issue, please mark this post as a solution. Kudos would also be appreciated.  

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when i start my computerthere is a buzzing noise and a message said to check power managment setup , when i did thermal monitor cpu temperture had a [ER] by it the fan is working but i dont no what else to do

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Closing duplicate post. Please go here for the other post.

[This message has been edited by ich (edited 02-21-2001).]

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I went to turn on my computer and it was making this buzzing noise and then it started to load but it wouldn't and the screen went black with a bunch of numbers on it does anyone know what the reason might be?

A:Buzzing noise

I assume you have a bios beep or buzzer. Read the FAQs.

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Sorry if this isnt the right section, seems like it though.

So recently I bought a new headset, the Roccat Kave 5.1 to be specific. My motherboard has onboard 7.1, but the problem is, is that I want to be able to have my speakers plugged in as well, regardless of if they play sound or not when my headset is active. I have a 2.1 speaker setup, so I have one plugged into the green and one in the black. Problem is is that I dont have room for my headset, being it has 6 plugs. So I went out and bought another sound card specifically for my headset.

Issue is, is that I cant have sound playing from both my speakers from the onboard jacks, along side of my headset (which I would just mute when not in use, and vice versa with the speakers). So as a workaround, I added a shortcut to the speaker setup on my desktop and whenever I want to use the headset, I switch the default device to my sound card, away from the motherboard.

But because my sound card did not have a pink jack for the mic, I have to have it plugged in to the motherboard. It works, but when I am using the steam chat, or even vent, there is this steady buzzing noise. Not loud, and it only seems to be noticeable when I go into a game. Idling on the desktop it doesnt do it at all. But my friend complains about it (despite the irate amount his mic makes from being so sensitive) and it does bother me as well.

So any ideas on how I would go about eliminating this buzzing noise?

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i hear a annoying, high pitch buzzing from the back and right, or all over the thing, of my brand new computer. wonder if its something with the fan or speaker. it never quits !! where can i deliver so it can be checked at ? thanks for the help

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Hello,I bought my HP laptop about 2 mouths ago . I just noticed that the speakers on my laptop make a buzzing noise when i play anything on it. But when i plug in headphones there is no buzzing noise. I think there may be a problem with my speakers.

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i forgot to mention that it comes and goes

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This isnt a headphone problem its a computer problem anyone know how to fix it?

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I'm having some trouble with my laptop's sound. Every few minutes, it sounds like the audio skips and buzzes for less than a second. It sounds like interference or something. I was certain it was a fault with the speakers, but the problem exists when listening on headphones and even on the TV connected through HDMI. Also, it happens in Windows Media Player, Adobe Flash, or anything that has audio. Is there a way to fix this? Thanks.

A:Sound Buzzing in Speakers/Headphones/HDMI

I'm still not having any luck. After doing some tests, I determined that the mouse and keyboard are affected too. Every 30 seconds, on the second, everything stutters for less than a second. In addition to the audio problems described, the keyboard stops taking input and the mouse automatically clicks a link if the cursor is hovered over it. Any ideas on what's going on?

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This isnt a headphone problem its a computer problem anyone know how to fix it?

A:my headphones make a buzzing sound when plugged in

really man?

there are so many factors involved.

it could be the power plug you have plugged into.. the wall outlet/socket.. that causes buzzing..

plug the headphones into other sources and if you notice buzzing.. cdplayer/iphone/ipod..

then when did this start? is it all headphones? have you tried different headphones?

there isn't much to do inside windows but tweak sound settings.. and make sure your sound drivers are the latest... if you have a Realtek audio card etc.. which of course you like many others don't tell us what you have..

It's most likely something power wise causing buzzing.. do you live in an old house?

or the components inside your computer are interfering... from bluetooth to the fan running inside the computer..

I'm guessing power but How to do anything with power except set grounding and voltage levels? which you definitely shouldn't do with your computer..

and then I would NOT particularly tweak these settings but.. things like

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As of recently I have the problem that at random points the PC seems to shut itself down, I hear a click as if  it would go to sleep mode but the power button stays on aswell as the fans and other components. The problem also occurs when I try to shutdown the computer manually, it hear the click, screen goes black but all the insides stay powered. Last time i could also hear a buzzing noise through my headphones, probably the audio signal turned to shreds.
I run Windows 7 on:
Antex-HCG 750 Watts
Probably some Intel H58 motherboard.
It's an improved Acer Aspire M7811.
I am however on the lookout for a new computer, so the only thing that bothers me is wether or not the issue could be caused by my GPU or PSU since those components I plan to move to my new system.

A:PC shutting down by itself, buzzing noise.

Start with these free diagnostics:  http://www.carrona.org/hwdiag.html
From your description I suspect an issue with your video card.
So, please do this also:
- open Event Viewer (run eventvwr.msc from the "Run" dialog)
- expand the Custom Views category (left click on the > next to the words "Custom Views")
- right click on Administrative Events
- select "Save all Events in Custom View as..."
- save the file as Admin.evtx
- zip up the file (right click on it, select "Send to", select "Compressed (zipped) folder")
- upload it with your next post (if it's too big, then upload it to a free file-hosting service and post a link here).
FYI - If we're looking for Event ID 41 errors (unexplained shutdowns), there's more info on that here:  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2028504
While waiting for a reply, please monitor your temps with this free utility:  http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

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First of I'd just mention that Ive recently got a completely new system and this problem has started happening again! The only similarity is that both of my graphics cards were NVIDIA.

Basically my PC will randomly freeze and a loud buzzing sound will occur if im using any sound related program, if not it will just silently freeze and can last hours when it is idle without a black screen or restart.
As i said this was happening towards the end of my previous computers life (6 years) so after upgrading (Packard Bell ixtreme M3730) when it started happening again i was confused. The only thing I can vaguely think of is my power supply, as in the plug sockets or extension lead im using?

Im at a total loss here as last time it eventually screwed my whole pc up and it wasnt even usable after a while. It can happen at any time... 2 minutes after the pc is turned on or 12 hours, Playing a game, Listening to music, Browsing the net or as i mentioned just sat idle on the desktop with nothing running.

Any help or ideas would be GREATLY appreciated and I can run a DxDiag if that would be of any help?


A:PC Freezing/Buzzing Noise

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I have a straight connection from the sound card (green headphone jack) on my computer to the phono (red & white) input on an amplifier. The cable is stereo to phono (1.5m long). When I have the volume low on the pc and turn up the volume on the amp I get a really bad buzzing sound on my speakers, espically the center speaker (I've a 5.1 setup). When I play music on the pc this noise is very bad. I get this noise both from the onboard and PCI sound cards. This is no conflict of sound cards on the pc as this occurred before I instlled the new sound card. I also tried a different stereo to phono cable but the noise is still there. Any suggestions on the cause of this noise or how to eliminate it?

A:Buzzing noise on speakers

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I have a old PC which I am trying to get going, when I switch it on I can hear a buzzing noise from the tower, It only lasts until the pc fully boots then stops, the funny thing is that I do not get it on a warm reboot, I have taken the power leads off the cd, floppy and harddrive and booted, noise still there, it is not coming from the power supply or graphic card fan. Apart from that works fine.
One thine the PSU fried (months ago), and I replaced that, can not remember is buzzing started before or after, it has been months since I last used it, (when psu went pop)
Any Ideals

PS. It sounds like it's coming from a chip on MB.

A:Solved: Buzzing noise

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OK this just started today...when I enter and game and start playing it, some time 1-10 minutes in the game my monitor starts making a buzzing noise like ive never heard before...kind of like a 'zzzzz' like when you plug an amp to a guitar,i dont know. it doesnt do this in the menu screens of the game, just in the gameplay itself and it doesnt do this with any other programs besides games... ive tried 2 different games and 2 different disc drives and it still does it. im about to try and degauss, what is going on please help!

oh and by the way, if i found out its the monitor cause when i turn it off it stops buzzing, but if i just minimize the game it also stops buzzing.

A:weird buzzing noise, please help!

ok degaus didnt help...i should mention that my mom leaves this monitor on stand by every day, do you think something just blew?

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The buzzing noise on my AIO C50-30 desktop seems to be getting worse and when I touch the right hand side of the screen it gets quite hot. It runs ok.  Nothing shows up in the scans.  For a long time the buzz didn't start until it had been turned on for a while, but now it seems to start straight away and  seems to be getting worseIt's a touch screen and I'm a bit worried about the heat to the right hand side of the screen.I've seen lots of posts generally on internet - not in here - about buzzing, so it seems to be a 'feature' but does anyone have any ideas how to stop it. 

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I have new Dell XPS 15 9550 laptop. 4K monitor, i7-6700HQ, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD. The laptop is 1 month old. Once I received the unit I didn't have any kind of problems with it, but then I updated the drivers out of fear from the BSOD because many others had troubles with it. After the update problems arrived.
First it was screen flicker. It was driving me nuts. After reading a lot of forum posts, various articles on the internet, a combination of latest BIOS and Intel HD driver revision number 4331, did the trick. Flicker was not present anymore.
Then came the buzzing noise from the left bottom side of the laptop. Everything I tried to remove it failed. This was not present at the time laptop arrived. The power adapter was buzzing from the start but not the laptop. After some time the laptop also started buzzing. This is very annoying considering this is a 2k laptop.
Now the fan that is closer to the power outlet is also producing some scratching sound on lower RPM.
I must say that I am very dissapointed in the time invested in the proper testing of these devices. i tried using dell support, but 5 consequtive times dell's website gave me "Sorry, try again.". So, I can't file a report that I have a product that is not functioning as it should. My warranty was started 5 months before laptop even arrived at my place, and I am not sure how that happened, because it wasn't opened, it was properly sealed.
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A:Buzzing/Hissing noise

Sounds like a fan needs to be replaced.  You'll need to initiate a warranty transfer to wherever you're located now -- however, note that the basic 12-month warranty cannot be transferred from country to country.   You must have upgraded to (or upgrade now) at added cost, an onsite service plan to allow for an international warranty transfer.

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Hi there!!! Dont know if anybody here can help me with this problem. I reinstalled win98 on my daughters computer recently. Now there is a buzzing noise coming from the computer. Any Ideas??? appreciate any help you can give me.

A:Solved: Buzzing Noise!!!!!

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My computer just started making a continuous buzzing noise through the speakers (when turned on obviously). It starts during boot up. I have had some problems with virues/worms etc lately so not sure if its related or not. Any suggestions on what to check or do?

A:Continuous Buzzing Noise

I'd check the connection from the speaker to the PC and make sure it is secure. Next make sure the cale attached to the speaker are not faulty or loose. If so take apart and try to re-solder the connections. If this is too much work or continues to happen try a different set of speakers. Hope this helps.

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Seem to be plagued with problems at the moment. Have just fixed one and now the Sandy Bridge is making a fairly loud buzzing noise a bit like a doorbell being pushed. It is fairly intermittent and the sound lasts for a few seconds or for a minute or so. It doesn't seem to be related to anything I am doing at the time either.

Have tried tracking it down but seems to be nowhere in particular.

any ideas anyone please before I go stir crazy??

A:Irritating buzzing noise

It could be Windows grinding a hard drive endlessly for any of several pointless, counter-productive reasons, and some hard drives seem to do periodic recalibrations or self-tests or something all by themselves, which I've observed to continue even after ejecting a docked drive from Windows. These things can last from seconds to minutes, and I can imagine it being described as "buzzing". Also check that fans are securely mounted and momentarily stop them one by one to rule them out.

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Hi all, back to the gurus!!
Just tried to convert a few movies to AVI, using Freemake video converter. Gets to around 5% and then I get a buzzing sound emanating from the tower. Didn't sound like a fan hum or the like, a bzzzzz like a loud mozzie. Disconnected everything, took off the side cover and blew it out with compressed air but there wasn't a great deal of gunk anyway. Plugged her back in but same thing happens!! Any clues guys and gals??

Update: I ran CPUID HWmonitor and then tried to convert the file while watching CPUID. The line under temperature (TMPIN2) got to 80c and then the buzzing started. Does this mean I have to redo the thermal paste or something else? (It was a stock standard CPU when installed and no extra paste was used.

A:Buzzing noise from the tower

Quote: Originally Posted by lffoar

Hi all, back to the gurus!!
Just tried to convert a few movies to AVI, using Freemake video converter. Gets to around 5% and then I get a buzzing sound emanating from the tower. Didn't sound like a fan hum or the like, a bzzzzz like a loud mozzie. Disconnected everything, took off the side cover and blew it out with compressed air but there wasn't a great deal of gunk anyway. Plugged her back in but same thing happens!! Any clues guys and gals??

Are you trying to burn it directly to cd/dvd? Just convert & save the AVI on the computer, then burn it cd/dvd disk.

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I got my Y50 shipped to me today and everything seems to be perfect except it has this weird buzzing/static noise coming from the right side of the computer. It seems to be torwards the headphone jack but I can't seem to get rid of it. I've tried uninstalling realtek drivers and using the default high def audio from microsoft but the sound still persist from the moment I turn my pc on and to the moment I turn it off (doesn't matter if I plug in a headphone, noise still persists). I also updated my bios,graphics,audio,bluetooth to the latest version on the Lenovo website and it's still buzzing. My best guess would be that it's coming from the hard drive but I could be wrong. Can anyone please help me out with this problem? I'm also curious if anyone else has the same problem as me.

A:Buzzing/static noise from my new Y50

Hello, I have exactly the same issue, the notebook is like three weeks old.Any idea,solution?

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I just got a USB headset w/ mic, the audio works just fine but when i turn the mic on all I can hear is a buzzing noise which gets louder/softer according to volume. I did discover that if I touch any metal piece on the tower with my hand , the buzzing noise will stop then start again when i stop contact. Is there any way to fix this problem so the buzzing noise will stop? computer is Gateway GT5220, Windows XP SP2.

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After getting help from some people on here I checked out my HD with Maxtor and it said everthing was fine. I then used the Samsung utility HUTIL to check my HD and it came up under the master and slave drive saying "none". I still have no idea what is causing my HD to buzz from time to time so any help would be great.

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Hi all,

I have a fairly new Dell laptop with Win 10 and I'm having problems with Skype. From my mic, whether I am speaking or not, there is a loud buzzing background noise. I don't hear it, but others on the call do.

If I use Skype's test call service and record my voice, I hear it. If I instead just record my voice with Windows Voice Recorder, all is fine. So it seems to be a problem with Skype.

I've tried different headphones, same problem.

If I use the same headphones in Skype on my Android phone, all works fine.

I tried uninstalling and reinstalling skype, same problem.

Dell Tech support installed a completely new motherboard and audio jack, same problem.

If I use a headset with a USB connector, all is fine.

I participate in many Skype meetings so this is a problem.

Any ideas on how I can resolve this or what to look for?

Below info on my system.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Home, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700HQ CPU @ 2.80GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 9
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 16236 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics 630, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 462 GB (228 GB Free); D: 931 GB (293 GB Free);
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0YH90J
Antivirus: Windows Defender, Disabled

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Whenever I start playing a game, no matter what game, I get weird buzzing feedback from my headphones or speakers, depends on what I use when I play. They both make the same noise at the same places (certain menus, while in-game, etc).
I also can't make my built in mic on my earphones to work. I believe that's all somehow connected since it worked flawlessly on Windows 7.
I'm starting to regret installing 8.1 but I don't wanna go back because I'm lazy. I'm going off topic...
I tried installing, uninstalling different version of Realtek HD Audio drivers. Whenever I'm uninstalling the built-in my I was talking about starts working, but then I restart my computer and it stops working.
On the other hand, I have a good headset by Razer, which the microphone of these headphones DOES work. I don't know what to make of this.
Anyway, in conclusion: Weird buzzing feedback while in-game, earphone's mic doesn't work, headphone's mic does. I really just wanna solve the buzzing feedback thing, thanks.

A:Buzzing noise whenever in games

Can anyone please help?

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I have Silverstone Strider 850W PSU, and i noticed buzzing noise from it. That buzzing noise is constant, even i shutdown my computer.
Any help? Fix?

A:PSU- Constant buzzing noise

Power supplies are still "live" and are putting out some voltages even when the PC is powered off.

Several possibilities, the first being the power supply is loose in the mounting. The second something internal to the power supply loose, a transformer vibrating and finally the power supply "vibration" is causing something else in the PC case to buzz.

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The buzzing noise on my AIO C50-30 desktop seems to be getting worse and when I touch the right hand side of the screen it gets quite hot. 
It runs ok.  Nothing shows up in the scans.  For a long time the buzz didn't start until it had been turned on for a while, but now it seems to start straight away and  seems to be getting worse
It's a touch screen and I'm a bit worried about the heat to the right hand side of the screen.
I've seen lots of posts generally on internet - not in here - about buzzing, so it seems to be a 'feature' but does anyone have any ideas how to stop it.
Mod's Edit: System model added to front of Subject line to improve visibility / clarity.

A:C50-30 - buzzing noise and right side of AIO gets ...

Welcome to the Lenovo Community !
Sorry to hear of your problem.  From your description it is difficult to say what maybe causing the problem other than to say what you are experiencing isn't normal for a AIO computer.  I would recommend that you discontinue using the system and have it checked out by a technician.  If your system is still under warranty then please contact Lenovo Support for warranty assistance.
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Hello Guys,

Today i was playing battlefield 4 and Fifa 17. But i have since yesterday a problem. When i play BF4 or Fifa 17, sometimes the game freezes (a fps drop) for 1 second en in that 1 second freeze, everytime there is coming buzzing sound out of my laptop speakers. I already updated my video card drivers. I don't know what it is. (after the little freeze, the game just going as normally at the full potential, and after maybe 30seconds to 2 minutes, the freeze comes again with the buzzing sound)

And no, my laptop is not overheating. I play every game with rivatuner statistics server. My Gpu in Fifa 17 : between 55-60 degrees celcius. And for the CPU 50-65.

For BF4: Gpu 60-65. Cpu 65-70.

Laptop specs:
Acer Predator 15
GTX 970M

Please help someone.

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Hi all,
I have been having a problem with my PC for some time now. The display regularly freezes and it is usually accompanied by a loud buzzing through the speakers.
This usually (95% or so of the time) happens when I am gaming, most notably playing XCom 2, Endless Legend and World of Warcraft. other "simple" games like FTL and similar don't seem to generate these hangups.
I am happy to change the defective component, assuming there is one, but I don't really know which is the most likely candidate.
I have tried GPU benchmarking programs to stress-test the GPU, but it seems to cope without any problems.
The temperatures were running pretty high this summer, I live in Cyprus and the GPU and CPUs hit 85 degrees C on occasion.
I will list my speccs below and try to video the next time it freezes.
When it freezes I have to press the reset button to hard rester the PC and then occasionally I have bootup issues. Not sure if that is related to the hardware issue or just because I am having to restart the PC in that way.
I have recently upgraded to Win10 and moved my OS onto an SSD. I installed Win7 from fresh and then upgraded to Win10 on the newly formatted SSD
Using MSI afterburner and turning the fan speeds to maximum seems to make the freezes occur less often, but not by a huge amount.
Motherboard: Gigabyte P55-US3L
CPU: Intel Core i5 750 @ 2.67GHz
RAM: Generic 2x 2Gb DDR3 @ 666MHz
GPU: 2Gb ATI Radeon HD 7870 not overclocked
Sotrage: 1x 232Gb Samsung... Read more

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I am playing some games and about 20-30 minutes in to the game my middle monitor turns black, I get a loud buzzing noise from my headphones, than all 3 of my monitors say "No Signal" and I have to turn off my PC.


Intel 2500k @ 3.6GHz
NVidia GTX 580 3GB SLI (x2)
Gigabyte P67A-UD7-B3
Corsair 16GB RAM
CoolerMaster H212+
Corsair HX1050w
Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit
Intel 320 120GB SSD
WD 1TB Cavier Black

Was going to add the info and the attachment button don't do anything. :/

EDIT: Using the diagnostic tool in the eventapp.txt I found this:

Log Name: Application
Source: Application Error
Date: 2012-09-07T18:04:34.000
Event ID: 1000
Task: Application Crashing Events
Level: Error
Opcode: Info
Keyword: Classic
User: N/A
User Name: N/A
Computer: Justin-PC
Faulting application name: p3.exe, version:, time stamp: 0x4ebaad6f
Faulting module name: client.dll, version:, time stamp: 0x4ebaad71
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x00271e8f
Faulting process id: 0xaf0
Faulting application start time: 0x01cd8d5c2142897c
Faulting application path: D:\Games\Postal.3.Retail [English]\p3.exe
Faulting module path: d:\games\postal.3.retail [english]\p3\bin\client.dll
Report Id: 26cf38c6-f951-11e1-b9a1-1c6f65c4a3ca

(p3.exe (Postal 3) is the game I'm playing)

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Still need help.

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