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    Arrow B450F with Buzzing noise / Audio issue

    Motherboard model: B450F strix gaming

    UEFI Version:

    CPU: Processor AMD Ryzen 5 3600X 6-Core Processor, 4000 Mhz, 6 Core(s), 12 Logical Processor(s)


    Memory kit part number (s) and amount in GB: 16 gb ballistix

    GPU: GTX1070 EVGA

    SSD/HDDs/Optical drives: KINGSTON 120GB SSD, KINSGTON 480GB, WD 1TB HDD

    PSU: 700w COOLMASTER MASTERWATT


    Monitor: lg e2350


    CPU Cooler: 212 coolermaster

    PC CASE: pcyes rhink white

    Operating system: Microsoft, Activated yes


    Drivers Installed (include version):

    System Overclocked: Memory at 3266ghz, CPU at 4.0Ghz


    Issue

    Hello everyone.
    My pc:
    B450-F Strix,
    Ryzen 3600x (with hyper 212 cooler),
    Crucial 2*8GB ram,
    alongside with my previous GTX 1070

    When I plugged my Hyperx Cloud Core in the rear audio output of my motherboard, I began to hear a buzzing/hum sound.

    Whenever I move my mouse. scroll any page, gaming or, in fact, use my PC, the buzzing noise increases.

    I tried everything:
    Uninstalled/installed drivers;
    Disabled/enabled audio device;
    Installed old realtek drivers;
    Used generic windows driver and etc.

    None of that seems to work.

    I'm starting to lose my mind because it's a very annoying noise!!

    What I can possible do?

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    This used to bug me endlessly till I switched over from analog audio to a USB headset.

    YMMV
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacClipper View Post
    This used to bug me endlessly till I switched over from analog audio to a USB headset.

    YMMV
    That's a shame... I'm sending to RMA

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