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  1. #11
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    box open

    Thank you for coming back,
    I have exactly the same symptoms.
    If the box is open, I do not notice any noise.
    If it's closed but "cold" I have no noise.
    If it's closed and hot, I have noise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominZ View Post
    Can confirm that this issue is not only dependent on fan speeds, but also on air temperature inside the chassis.
    I performed more tests where I basically turned on my PC in the morning and manually applied every single fan speed value between 50 and 100% to check if there's any rattling, but none could be heard at any given speed. Then I ran a stress test to heat up the card in a closed, but well ventilated case. Rattling appeared right after passing 64% fan speed and it kept getting worse with every percent above that value. Then I opened the side panel of my case (which means giving the card more access to cold air) and the rattling stopped in like 10-20 seconds even though fans still operated in these "noisy" speeds above 64%. There must be some correlation between intake air temperature and the cause of this noise. Maybe just some metal/plastic part of the shroud expanding from heat and rubbing against the fan blades or something similar?

    Note to Asus: to reproduce this issue, the card MUST be working in a semi-closed environment (typical PC case) as it does not appear in a scenario where there is free access to cold air (for example in an open-air case or on a test bench).

    For now I have decided to use my PC with one side panel removed to mitigate the noise, but this is far from ideal as it collects tons of dust due to no intake air filtration.
    It's true, everytime I wanted to take a video of the rattling by taking off the side panel, the noise stopped. Like some kind of quantum experiment!

    Thank you Blake@ROG for working with us on this issue, hopefully some good news along the way.

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    new chassis

    i've change my chassis and now all is fine.
    my new chassis is Corsair 680X

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    Hello guys,

    Experiencing the same issue, but with the 3rd fan (the one far from the IO Shield) at a certain speed (like 70%)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olabaf View Post
    i've change my chassis and now all is fine.
    my new chassis is Corsair 680X
    How did changing your case remove the noise from the card? Just because it's less hot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CryptoMax View Post
    How did changing your case remove the noise from the card? Just because it's less hot?
    My guess is he forgot to mention that he placed his card vertically which I can assume releases tension on the whole shroud, therefore eliminating some of the vibration. Once again, Its not a fix, It would be more of a cover up

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    Dear all,
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    Thank you for your efforts Blake!

    Do you already have any details on what exactly is going to happen or an ETA of some sorts?

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    Good question.

    Obviously Asus already know what the plan is, so sharing more info with us would be nice., especially, I'm going to pull the trigger and get the second Strix 3090.

    For me replacing any part of the card it’s no problem and I would prefer this way rather then sending it away.

    For one, not only that I have a golden chip, but my card is in absolutely brand new, scratch free condition, especially with that gorges Strix cooler I care about aesthetics I am extremely careful how I handle my card(s).
    Last edited by Megascrypt; 12-05-2020 at 06:30 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megascrypt View Post
    Good question.

    Obviously Asus already know what the plan is, so sharing more info with us would be nice., especially, I'm going to pull the trigger and get the second Strix 3090.

    For me replacing any part of the card it's no problem and I would prefer this way rather then sending it away.

    For one, not only that I have a golden chip, but my card is in absolutely brand new, scratch free condition, especially with that gorges Strix cooler I care about aesthetics I am extremely careful how I handle my card(s).
    I also would prefer the option to fix it myself rather than send it back, I've been holding on to my 1080ti just in case, but a DIY option would be great for people with the skills and tools to fix it. Of course I would understand if ASUS wouldn't let us, there's probably some legalities and warranty issues involved, but hopefully it's something simple.

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