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FlashFearless
Nov 4, 2004
Death. But not for you, Gunslinger. Never for you.



So I have checked all the fans, nothing seems loose. I even took video of the GPU fans when the sound occurs and they do not appear to be vibrating or anything. No cords are near where fans could hit them. The fact that it happens between 6-7 minutes almost like clockwork seems really strange. If I am touching the case when the noise happens, I can feel the vibration.

I have a link here to a video where you can hear the sound in the last second or 2.

https://twitter.com/Flashy99/status/1282832602471202816

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DeepBlue
Jul 7, 2004

SHMEH!!!


Do you have an SSD disk or do you have a 'spinning rust' disk inside your desktop? That sounds like read heads of a spinning disk bouncing around.

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