-It sounds like its coming from the PSU, but i just replaced that psu 2 weeks ago.
-Some say it might be that my hard drives are failing, but why would that noise only be triggered when playing games?
- My dad says its the Graphic card because it only happens when i play games, but i doubt that also. I just upgraded my gpu the same time i upgraded my psu. And i believe that every part in the computer works harder when playing games, not just the graphic card.
I just upgraded my mobo and cpu, and this was happening on my old mobo and cpu.
Its either the psu, gpu or hard drives as my harddrives are probably 3 or so years old. but i have no idea which part it is
My old post
I installed sensorsview and found some things, heres my updated part
I think i may have found the problem. The noise comes when my graphic card starts being used for games. The temperature goes up to 60 degrees celsius, is that normal? And the clicking begins as the temperatures rise, the noise gets louder and louder until i am forced to turn the computer off.
First spike, i ran the game, closed it when the clicking started, second spike i ran the game again, the clicking got louder and i closed it. noise went away after gpu temps returned to normal
I just bought this graphic card 2 months ago and the problem has not been happening until recently. I am thinking is this due to poor computer airflow? and buying strong fans will help keep the whole computer cooled? or is this a faulty graphic card with something wrong with the cooling system? God this problem is annoooyyying! i cant play any games!