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Hodgy202
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There is a weird buzzing noise occasionally coming from my omen desktop

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One day when i was on my pc for an hour or so when i was playing games a weird buzzing noise came from the pc, it usually lasts about 10 secs and i cant figure out where it is coming from. I would really like a reply as this issue to me is very serious as i have only had this pc for about 4 weeks I want to know whether the issue is a one that can be fixed by me (a 14 yr old) or it will have to be sent away to be repaired, it is still under warranty anyway as it is new. The noise coming from the pc is quite loud and it never has done the noise before, it only really started doing the noise recently, Please reply, Jack.

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sandytechy20
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@Hodgy202

 

Welcome to the HP Forums    

I saw your post on HP OMEN 870-118NS making the buzzing noise. I am happy to help you with this issue!

 

However, I will need a few details to provide an accurate solution,

  • Please tell me how often is this computer making the buzzing noise?
  • Check where exactly you are getting this sound from the computer?

Reply with the result of the above-mentioned steps, for further assistance.

 

Cheers.

Sandytechy20
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Hello

 

I would download and run stress test software for graphics card.

 

Most likely a fan spinning up due to high temps.

 

Install free Speccy software to check temps.

 

Try 3DMark.

 

Try Geeks3D, Furmark.

 

Could also be a system Fan.

 

Run UEFI diagnostic tests included with the HP PC.

 

High temps for system board or graphics card means you have a cooling problem. Best to fix this now.

 

Grzy

 

 

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@Grzwacz

 

Thanks for the reply.

Superb job on trying the different steps to isolate the issue.

 

It seems to be a hardware issue.

I request you to contact HP phone support for assistance.

 

Cheers.

Sandytechy20
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