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Nvidia 7600 gt Graphics card Noise

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by lozzman, Dec 24, 2009.

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  1. lozzman

    lozzman Thread Starter

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    Dear all,

    I have had problems with my video card (nvidia 7600)

    I have had a verry loud noise in vista
    I have turned off desktop compisition and areo in vista and still the noise :(

    When i turn my computer i have to:
    1 unplug the power plug from my PSU,
    2 put it back in
    3 wait 1 - 2 secs then turn on my computer for the screen to work

    I dont have any bent pins,
    replaced cable

    dont know what else to do (n)(n)
     
  2. eberlysystems

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    What kind of noise? It's probably a fan bearing - most likely a failing fan. Not uncommon for it to die at a certain age. Consider replacing the cooling fan with an aftermarket one or purchasing a new graphics card.
     
  3. lozzman

    lozzman Thread Starter

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    hello,

    the noise, its like when you say a verrylong V like vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv but i could relace it with an aftermarket one but i would also like to find out about when i have to unplug my power cable ten put it back in to see the screen for my computer :D

    could it be a verry big underlying problem?

    well anyway than you for replying, especially on christmas :D

    many thanks

    lozz
     
  4. eberlysystems

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    Please give some more information your computer - especially model number, motherboard make and model (if you know it), and processor and memory. Sounds like you DO have another problem, though I still think you may need another VGA fan if it's making that much noise. But post your other specs and I'll try to help further.
     
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