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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycrow View Post
    I havent tryed to change teh true/false, but i did change numers only..ill try change true false value.
    Also i would like to hear about the side effects..like do our mobo become defective after a time ? like 2 years ?
    I wouldn't worry about it causing premature failure since it's more common than you'd think. Often (always?) there is still a vibration even if you don't hear it. It's just at a higher frequency or muffled by insulation.
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    ok..but still i would like to see a fix for this or know if asus even care 1 mega bit..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket Scientist View Post
    Thanks alot !

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ge4#post836162

    I was on 75 idle and 88 ish load.
    Now im at 58-60 idle. 66 load only from 85-88 ish wauv!

    Im no rocket scientist..what was that we actualy changed ?
    Does it have impact on something negative in the other ends..cuz this board seems to be a double edged blade.
    You change something for a good reason but ends up with cutting ur self.
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    I contacted ASUS support for this issue about coil noise. I think we all should get some kind of compensate for this faulty motherboard.

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    Asus support states:

    Sadly coil whine might be caused by many things, combination of parts, psu etc, and this is something that we cannot prevent in any way

    It also sounds as this would be within specifications, since you need to put your ear to your case its very low, and if a microphone cannot pick it up easily then this is not something what would be taken as a in warranty issue nor can we compensate for this since electrical noise you cannot get rid of 100%

    If the sound is really loud and you can hear it easily and record it in a normal distance from your unit, then it might be approved for a RMA

    Please note that all RMA and returns goes back through your place of purchase, and ASUS cannot force them to change your product, since ASUS is not the seller of the product you will need to talk to your retailer regarding this issue

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    Basicly Asus dont care about this problem since its generated by ur own sellection of hardware...
    And it they dont see it as a world wide problem..yet they tryed to fix it with a bios option called acustic noice cancelation or something.
    But that dident help us all. So enjoy the coil whine noise while it last in ur ears until you become old enough to loose hearing.
    Or you can buy a Be sillent case and hope that drowns the sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycrow View Post
    Basicly Asus dont care about this problem since its generated by ur own sellection of hardware...
    And it they dont see it as a world wide problem..yet they tryed to fix it with a bios option called acustic noice cancelation or something.
    But that dident help us all. So enjoy the coil whine noise while it last in ur ears until you become old enough to loose hearing.
    Or you can buy a Be sillent case and hope that drowns the sound.
    Unfortunately this is a fairly consistent stance across the industry from what I understand. Coil whine is harmless and it's often exacerbated by things out of the manufacturer's control (customer hardware configuration, usage pattern, etc). So from a manufacturer's perspective there's not a lot they can do. Firmware settings targeting noise alter the behavior of the parts which requires more testing with different parts and increases the risk of side effects. So they don't really want to implement more extreme versions. And since it's not an actual fault they can't really swap parts out since all units will behave roughly the same.

    I'm not saying it's not annoying, but as an end user the best solution is just to identify the issue early and change parts to something else within the retail return window.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeromist View Post
    Unfortunately this is a fairly consistent stance across the industry from what I understand. Coil whine is harmless and it's often exacerbated by things out of the manufacturer's control (customer hardware configuration, usage pattern, etc). So from a manufacturer's perspective there's not a lot they can do. Firmware settings targeting noise alter the behavior of the parts which requires more testing with different parts and increases the risk of side effects. So they don't really want to implement more extreme versions. And since it's not an actual fault they can't really swap parts out since all units will behave roughly the same.

    I'm not saying it's not annoying, but as an end user the best solution is just to identify the issue early and change parts to something else within the retail return window.
    Sure that can be the solution with swap parts, but i think we all tryed at least to swap the motherboard once. This dident help. Its gona be impossible to keep swapping hardware until you hit the right combination of coil whine free system. Then you must try out 10 psu and 10 ram and 10 mobo and 10 cpu and so on...

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    How about i just buy this board ROG Maximus XIII Extreme

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycrow View Post
    How about i just buy this board ROG Maximus XIII Extreme
    Do you feel the need to get approval from others for any decission you make ?

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