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    G703gx Mechanical noise and Fan Issue.

    Hey guys hope you are all doing great today
    I am new owner of G703gx e50003 and have some issues i would like to be discussed;

    1. My unit emits some sort of mechanical noise during gaming session, i would like to know if thats normal or not, i have linked audio files of the noiss, it is intersting the noise imddeitaly stops when i press Windows key and tray the game, and the noise isnt much loud however it is possible to notice while sound if off.


    2.I have noticed in Armour crate app my cpu is reach over past 92c, is that normal?

    3.While the G sync mode is on, i cant turn off my unit, my unit is still powered and from some reason the fans are at full do i fix this?

    Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by Albetron; 09-30-2019 at 10:00 PM.

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    Anyone please?

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    Hard to tell. There is sometimes some noise from coils under certain load conditions. You might also find that your fans make noise at a specific RPM. It seems like you are saying it stops as soon as you switch apps, before the fans have a chance to change speeds. In that case I would suspect coil noise.

    You may also want to check if the noise is coming from the machine or the power brick. I've had power bricks make noise too.

    As for the other questions, I don't own your model of machine so I can't compare. Laptops do indeed get very hot due to the limited cooling capacity of such a small space. It seems that a lot of current gen CPUs generate more heat from more cores and will basically clock up until they get too hot and throttle. So unless you are getting severe throttling it's probably normal.
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