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    You can 100% remove this coilwhine noise. Go to...

    You can 100% remove this coilwhine noise. Go to Advanced section of UEFI BIOS, find the acostic options in the menu there, and set the following actions, as per mine in the picture below.

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    Bet your fun at parties.... Just a misclick,...

    Bet your fun at parties....

    Just a misclick, videos are now unlisted, so can be viewed.
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    Update. Just updated from BIOS 0013 to BIOS 0801....

    Update. Just updated from BIOS 0013 to BIOS 0801.

    Enabled the three acoustic management options as so:
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    Opened up the same 4K Blu-Ray HDR Remux MKV file in Media Player Classic ( with Mad...
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    Hey, Here is an example of my Maximus Hero...

    Hey,

    Here is an example of my Maximus Hero XIIi coilwhine, when playing back 4K HDR Blu-ray Remux MKV file. This causes 1-2 cores to clock high, with the other cores inactive.

    Using beta BIOS...
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    I forgot all about this thread. The day after my...

    I forgot all about this thread. The day after my post, my coilwhine was back, even with the lighting service terminated, so that clearly wasn't the issue.

    If I disable C states, as others...
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    Fix to coilwhine on Maximus Hero XIII

    EDITED - now completed fixed. Update BIOS to latest, go to Advanced in UEFI, find acoustic management options, and try the following settings:

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    Enjoy!
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