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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 really weird noises coming from it

    yes of course i did and i really heard that it come from the psu .

    But it's my second Corsair HX620 ( i change it because i thought it was reponsible of the noise ( a month ago ) ! But the new one make the same noise )

    I'will post my PSU voltage as soon as i go back home

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    Do you think that if i change a little the cpu volt i can stop the noise ?
    Last edited by bgnt44; 12-19-2008 at 10:10 PM.

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 really weird noises coming from it

    So to clarify, the noise you recorded is coming from the Power Supply Only?
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 really weird noises coming from it

    probably or i can't hear the motherboard noise because of psu noise...

    i've just seen that the noise appear one more time when i connect an usb key





    When the processor is fully loaded, there's no sound ( i've try to disconnect and reconnect usb keys and never hear anything )
    Last edited by bgnt44; 12-20-2008 at 01:09 AM.

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 really weird noises coming from it

    OK, there is something wrong with that and I'm assuming Hw monitor hasn't been updated for the X58 chipset yet (i will check).

    Plus OCCT is No good either as it uses the same code....

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    Also Your Bios on the PC Health Screen will report voltages...
    or
    EasyTune will too.

    Edit 2:-

    Even though OCCT looks like its reporting the 12volt line incorrectly, the initial "trough" in the graph is odd. Have you got the DES software installed?

    You need to check the 12volt line in the Bios, or if Hwmonitor is reporting correctly, then you do have one big problem.
    Last edited by VorLonUK; 12-20-2008 at 01:34 AM.
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 really weird noises coming from it

    I've try another psu ( the fourth ) and same problem, the sound come from the psu but the motherboard is responsible, i don't know how and what should i do

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 really weird noises coming from it

    Quote Originally Posted by VorLonUK View Post
    OK, there is something wrong with that and I'm assuming Hw monitor hasn't been updated for the X58 chipset yet (i will check).

    Plus OCCT is No good either as it uses the same code....

    Edit:-

    Try Everest Trial:-
    Lavalys - Comprehensive IT Security and Management

    Also Your Bios on the PC Health Screen will report voltages...
    or
    EasyTune will too.

    Edit 2:-

    Even though OCCT looks like its reporting the 12volt line incorrectly, the initial "trough" in the graph is odd. Have you got the DES software installed?

    You need to check the 12volt line in the Bios, or if Hwmonitor is reporting correctly, then you do have one big problem.
    i've nothing installed except windows vista ( and some bench software of course )

    There is no information about +12v in the bios only +5, cpu and ddr !

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 really weird noises coming from it

    everest can't show me +12v ( TRIAL VERSION ) but every other value are the same as hwmonitor ( include 0,18 for the 3,3v )

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    It is really odd. I just wonder if you have some sort of partial short somewhere that is really loading up the PSU without actually activating it's overcurrent protection. But then again the 430watt no name PSU you tried would have given up well before your HX620 would.

    Are there any indications with the status LED's that this board has dozens of, that indicate something is wrong?

    Have you tried just a minimal setup 1 HD, 1-2 sticks of ram? What graphics card are you using and if required is it using a 6 pin/8pin PCI-e 12volt connection?

    Are there any marks on the Printed surface of the motherboard to indicate overheating?

    Is the bottom of the Motherboard supported only where standoffs should be?

    Did you connect up any remote USB ports, ie to Front case? if you did disconnect them.

    One of the other possibilities is a genuine fault on the board where the decoupling capacitors around the VRM has a partial short (ie "leaky") and is causing "noise" to feedback to the PSU.

    It seems too, from looking at the Everest forums that GB have omitted the 12volt line monitoring feature. Have you got a multimeter? You could always measure the 12 volt line that way.

    Also when these PSU's become "noisy" do they all make a similiar noise as heard in you recording? Do their fans too ramp up in speed indicating that they are getting hot due to Current demand?

    It may not be the motherboard injecting the noise, it could be graphics or even a Hard drive.

    Does the sound start immediately or when you enter windows etc?

    Edit:-

    Are you using a UPS/Line Conditioner etc or are you plugging your power supply straight into the mains?
    Last edited by VorLonUK; 12-20-2008 at 10:22 AM.
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 really weird noises coming from it

    Just for comparison sake (and because I think bgnt44 has the same PSU as me - HX620), here are my voltage readouts from HWMonitor when the system is being stressed.

    GA-EX58-UD5 really weird noises coming from it-hwmon-gif

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by VorLonUK View Post
    It is really odd. I just wonder if you have some sort of partial short somewhere that is really loading up the PSU without actually activating it's overcurrent protection. But then again the 430watt no name PSU you tried would have given up well before your HX620 would.
    Quote Originally Posted by VorLonUK View Post
    Are there any indications with the status LED's that this board has dozens of, that indicate something is wrong?
    I've check but leds are ok ()
    Quote Originally Posted by VorLonUK View Post
    Have you tried just a minimal setup 1 HD, 1-2 sticks of ram? What graphics card are you using and if required is it using a 6 pin/8pin PCI-e 12volt connection?
    yes of course, i've start the computer without graphic card (blind) and the noise still
    present, i've change the hdd too and try with only one stick of ram, same result !
    Quote Originally Posted by VorLonUK View Post
    Are there any marks on the Printed surface of the motherboard to indicate overheating?
    no marks, (or i can't see them)
    Quote Originally Posted by VorLonUK View Post
    Is the bottom of the Motherboard supported only where standoffs should be?

    Did you connect up any remote USB ports, ie to Front case? if you did disconnect them.
    I've unplugged every unnecessary component
    Quote Originally Posted by VorLonUK View Post
    One of the other possibilities is a genuine fault on the board where the decoupling capacitors around the VRM has a partial short (ie "leaky") and is causing "noise" to feedback to the PSU.
    maybe but what can i do ?
    Quote Originally Posted by VorLonUK View Post
    It seems too, from looking at the Everest forums that GB have omitted the 12volt line monitoring feature. Have you got a multimeter? You could always measure the 12 volt line that way.
    i don't have multimeter at home for the moment
    Quote Originally Posted by VorLonUK View Post
    Also when these PSU's become "noisy" do they all make a similiar noise as heard in you recording? Do their fans too ramp up in speed indicating that they are getting hot due to Current demand?
    for every psu the sound is the same, and the fan speed don't change
    Quote Originally Posted by VorLonUK View Post
    It may not be the motherboard injecting the noise, it could be graphics or even a Hard drive.
    graphic card: impossible ( because the sound still present when there s no card )
    i've try various hdd but it doesn't change anything so i think that hdd is not responsible


    Quote Originally Posted by VorLonUK View Post
    Does the sound start immediately or when you enter windows etc?
    like in the record ( i've recording the pc starting )
    i've never hear the sound before windows starting
    So, the sound start more or less with windows
    Quote Originally Posted by VorLonUK View Post
    Edit:-

    Are you using a UPS/Line Conditioner etc or are you plugging your power supply straight into the mains?
    I use a Line Conditioner but i've try to plug my psu straight to the main too : same result

    thanks for helping me
    Last edited by bgnt44; 12-20-2008 at 05:04 PM.

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