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Old 22nd September, 2008, 04:18 AM
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If it were me I'd see if it was the OC since I can't identify a part. Start to back it off a little at a time and benchmark it, not for OC but for your phantom noise.
Another idea. Purchase a Doctors stethascope. Remove the case and set up your computor so it is makeing the sound and start listening to each part with the stethascope. Good luck!
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