Ah yes, sorry. It is an I buy power prebuilt pc with windows(I can link the amazon page if necessary, because I buy power doesn’t really give them individual titles.) The chip is only a few inches long, so I can’t really discern specifically where on it. I dont believe it is the motherboard, its much smaller and the ratio of the sides is higher. Audio clip attachedAn audio clip or video would be helpful. Also, your system specifications including your motherboard model AND where exactly, visually, on the board, you believe the noise to be coming from, would be helpful.
Are you sure the buzzing noise isn't coming from the small system speaker attached to the board? Usually they look like this and disconnecting it from the board would tell us at least whether that is the source of the noise or not. If it is, then we have to figure out WHY it is buzzing because they generally indicates a substantial problem with the motherboard or some component to a degree that the board is unable to simply "beep" it's normal error codes.
Just insulation tape, or would any other types of tape work?It may be the wire has an exposed area, wrap the whole wire affected from entrance to exit with insulation tape ie...
as it may be touching the side of your case..... you have a dodgy connection and need to keep it stable, with the tape or get a new case !!!
The issue isn’t isolating the bare wire, it’s just holding it so it stops hitting against something. Would any other kinds of tape be ok for that?Your dealing with electricity so the only tape that will isolate the wire is the one I gave above, availabele in every hardware or supermarket and dirt cheap, BUT it may well stop a short in your PSU and frying your PC components.
As it is a pre-built PC they use cheap parts, cases, psu etc.... as they want to make money. Everyone looks at the CPU and GPU that is in it and way to little as to what actually powers the machine.
I don’t see a bare wire, but I Don’t see a fan either, Whatever it is, it’s behInd something.The reason it is called Isolation tape is because it is safest way to isolate an electric current, electricty can "jump" so other tapes do not do the same job. It costs $2.99 a roll so what does a new PC cost?....
It may not be a bare wire you can see but a buzz is caused by current, so isloate the wire and then stick it with whatever you wish to whatever.... or is it hitting a fan?
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