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Continous Beeping noise! Please help!

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I built a computer recently and everything was working fine until I heard a continuos buzzing noise from the speaker on the motherboard. The only thing is that everything works fine.
I looked it up and a continous beep on a Gigabyte motherboard is supposed to mean that my video card is not working but it is working fine and I can run the OS like normal.
Here are the specs: Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3 motherboard and an ASUS GeForce GTX 660 graphics card.
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Usually caused by a BIOS option for monitoring the fans as it thinks the fan speed is too low.
Should be able to turn this behaviour off in the BIOS.
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