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    I am not sure whats going on, but when I run 3DMark benchmark my card starts going nuts.



    Around the 15 seconds mark you will hear a loud buzzing noise.
     
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    That what we call Coil whine issues.

    Electronically, this is normal but it bothers the heck out of me. There is no way around it, sorry.
     
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    This only happens when I run 3DMark.
    I guess this sucker is going back to Newegg...
    If they still out of stock for the MSI then I will probably get a store credit...I will then probably try a different brand then.
    Disappointing to say the least.
     
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    Be careful, it may be your PSU. The reason it didn't happen before because your old card didn't put much load like the new 1080.
    Find ways to rule out your PSU first...
     
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    The old card used more energy, it was the 980 gtx ti. Which was 2 x 8 pins instead of 6+8.
     
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    Been hearing things about coil whine. Might just be the current driver not running optimized, which is what nvidia is making us believe.
     
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    It the 1080 is using 2 + 8 pins then it is drawing more power so it may be ur PSU
     
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    He's using a EVGA 850w. The G2 has a 70.8a 12v rail which is plenty to run a ~200ish watt card @ 100%

    Bet bet is to send a ticket into MSI and see if they have a solution/answer and see which offers the quickest return/replacement from newegg or MSI
     
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    MSI probably has the slowest RMA, rather just return it to Newegg and maybe try a different model since the chances of them having the same version in stock is slim to none.
    That means a refund...which means I will need to put up with the 760 gtx for another week or so lol.
     
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    Okay here is the video of someone having the same exact issue I am having:

     

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