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    Anyone from here who also have a rattle issue inside the GL703GM?

    I've already checked, it's not the mechanical hdd.

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    can you be a bit more descript? Sounds like my wife describing a problem with her car. LOL
    The only other thing thats mechanical are the fans. If you have kids they like stuffing things in little holes. Had an inlaw with a similar problems and a tear down revealed chunks of skittles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
    can you be a bit more descript? Sounds like my wife describing a problem with her car. LOL
    The only other thing thats mechanical are the fans.
    I've built desktops in my spare time as a youth. I know how fans sounds like when it rattles, and fans shouldn't rattle at all.

    I'm asking for the source of the rattle as I'm clueless, if that wasn't even obvious from the very beginning.

    Now, can we not be wanks at all if we're not going to be of any help?

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    bump

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    Exclamation guys, it's "SIMPLY" coil whine

    Guys, it's the i7-8750h that causes the noise, check this post for a sort of solution:
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ge4#post749830
    Last edited by TopOkay; 01-21-2019 at 02:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TopOkay View Post
    Guys, it's the i7-8750h that causes the noise, check this post for a sort of solution:
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ge4#post749830
    It's not a scratchy noise when the laptop is on, both on and off - the problem exists.

    I'm still waiting for a legit teardown video for the GL703GM as mine has a hardcore rattle on the bottom left corner of the palm rest when the laptop is shook.


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    My god, didn't understand was this thing!

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