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does nvidia 930m chipset have any noise in asus k556 laptop ?

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agha_jo0n

hi

i just replaced my old hdd with new samsung ssd...

i didnt use my hdd any more...

 

after that i hear a little noise that i attach .... its noise is very low..i must put my ear on keyboard to hear that...

i thought  the noise is cause of cpu fan...after disassembling my laptop..i found out the noise is from graphic chipset ... 

i use many softwares for testing it and all was normal...

 

does it have any problem?

 

am i be worry ?

 

my graphic is dying ? 

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mobilenvidia

Electronic can make buzzing noise, my alarm clock most annoying one of them
Modems and routers are known for it too, when data is flowing

I wouldn't worry unless it gets louder or the GPU stops :)
I take it you never noticed till the HDD was removed which would have had a slight whirring noise

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agha_jo0n
On 1/20/2018 at 10:01 PM, mobilenvidia said:

Electronic can make buzzing noise, my alarm clock most annoying one of them
Modems and routers are known for it too, when data is flowing

I wouldn't worry unless it gets louder or the GPU stops :)
I take it you never noticed till the HDD was removed which would have had a slight whirring noise

hello

 

thanks for your response

so gpu unit typically produce noise ?

be i sure about that ?

 i removed my HDD and i use only the ssd...

i think this noise from gpu was present from first and because of HDD noise i didn't hear that...and now that i removed HDD it becomes noticeable ...

do you listen to voice clip i attached?  

 

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mobilenvidia

I did listen quite a bit of background noise
Is it annoying ?
Not much you can do, doubt warranty would cover a noise you can hardly hear.
If it does break you'll know why

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