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Is there perhaps an indication that your CPU is throttling back due to overheating? That might explain the sound (BIOS and chipset-generated.) Try checking your temperatures and system event logs.
It could be that your video drivers are really wacky somehow, but loose heatsinks or bad airflow sound likelier. (Of course you'd reinstall the heatsink and paste and correct the airflow to bring cool air in and exhaust it once it passed heatsinks.) Oh...and you could probably stand to have more DDR2.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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