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Possible solution to static noise ?

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#1 dottoRe


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Posted 13 March 2018 - 04:52 PM

Hi, I recently changed my PC ( New : CPU, MB, Ram, SSD and case) and I'm having some troubles.

I noticed that I can hear some crackling, hissing, static or whatever you wanna call it noises in my USB headset ( Razer Kraken). I tried a ton of fixes and tweekings found on google about static noise but without success. This noise was coming only when I was playing CS:GO, but not in the menu, only after a map was loaded. So I decided to open my case and listen to my pc. Then I found the Problem : The GPU was the culprit (?)* because in Cs:go it has to push above 200 fps and that's why I was hearing the noise only in gameplay. So I googled about this and found out that this sound is called "coil whine" and is pretty much normal, or at least is not unusual.

After a ton of searches on google I found out that a PCI Sound Card can be a solution for this type of problem. Using this logic, would this also isolate the noises like a sound card would do ?

Please I need an answer to this.

Thank you in advance. 


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