I suspect it is the mobo, but I have no way to test it. Performance benchmarks on tangibles place the 2070 in terms of effective speed and. It's been a long time since I started the post. On another note, I was pleasantly surprised by the benchmarks I got on the 2070 compared to the 970. I already went there and nothing. I have strix 2080, if i keep the middle fan on 70% speed, makes buzzing noise. I also came to the same conclusion it was the card but thought I would share what I tried.
Also removing the cable and putting it back in can re-seat the cable in the Port. To test the cable can you change them for one monitor to the other and test. Also what Driver Version did you install? I didn't see an answer to this. Above or below 70% there is nothing. One solid solution is to get a case with thick sound insulation, like ones from BeQuiet or the fractal design silent cases, although at the cost of poorer thermals.
I just notice that during the boot sequence its showing on my second monitor 640 x 480p. Otherwise I'm running out of ideas. Mainly looking at the Bus interface but really anything that is much different may be a concern. The middle fan makes that noise. Hopefully I can share my experience as an insight. You might have damaged the cable too I suppose. What Motherboard do you have and did you update the Bios and turn off or Disable the Intergraded Video in the Bios.
It is possible the issue has been present for a while now and I never noticed it. I returned it to amazon and the new one makes the same noise. Let's go back to this for a minute. And remember — this motherboard only supports 2nd generation Intel i7 processors. I downloaded Heaven Benchmark 4. Only if needed, but if you are no comfortable doing it then you should not do so.
Anyway it was so loud i thought it was defective, so i returned it to the retailer. Doing so, I hoped I could replicate the noise in a more controlled test than just running a game. Lastly — an opinion: Asus creates an outstanding product; dated but nice selection. Things will come into fruition. Do check your power supply however; not knowing what you are upgrading from: you may require higher wattage. D Hi Dennis, Glad to hear the replacement is doing well.
If we put that time frame into this release, that means that we should be receiving the new web drivers sometime around July. Well you really are not giving us any information. I can't pin point any specific noise among my noctua fans running at 1200rpm and the wind noises now. Can you expand upon what you mean? My original rtx 2070 oc had buzzing noise low pitch, not the sceaming type which i could hear just outside the case. Let me know what you all think of my findings. Without content using its raytracing capabilities, it's impossible to give a complete conclusion.
ProBro The gpu-z looks fine, so you probably installed it right. I recommend CoolerMaster Masterwatt series. The common thing we have is the Maximus Vii Hero, so I'm thinking it is a mobo issue. If so, is the little checkbox checked on each? Take bcavnaugh's advice and try another cable. Though the the noise is still there, it is a lot quieter than it was before. Will they both work being the only thing plugged in when windows boots? Anyhow I was able to exchange the rtx to 1070Ti! The sound insulating foam pads reduce high frequency noise.
. I've decided I am going to return mine for a refund and go back to my 970. Thanks for the help and enjoy the card! The new replacement i got has significant less buzzing noise. Sadly, it does have coil whine. What Ports on the Graphics Card are you using and to what Monitor? Hi community and jack, Just want to update on this issue. What is the Make and Model of your Monitors? I only see my second monitor during the booting process.
What is the Make and Model of your Monitors? There has been no change to my system at all, so the mobo or psu weren't the cause. It's not the kind of improvement someone would expect after 2. Hopefully the new cable will fix it! And avoid cases with tempered glass - glass is a somewhat good sound conductor. What Video Cables are you using to each Monitors? What Power Supply do you have and how old is it? Still can't imagine there would be any difference in cable requirement between a 1050ti and a 2070 but could be wrong. . . .
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