Noise from psu on scrool

System manufacturer / P5q3 deluxe
January 7, 2009 at 09:04:52
Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, 3.999 GHz / 2046 MB

When i scrool in outlook express to read my emails then i hear a clicking/squiking sound that apears from behind the psu were the power cable is plugged. This sound is higest to hear when the emails contains a picture like a banner or signature..if the email is pure text then i can barly hear the noise on scrool..just a wierd thing i want to ask about im here. My psu is a 700 w coolermaster 2 mounth old and all the other hardware are new aswell and my pv works fine beside that noise generated in outlook on scrool.

Another problem i had, was a similar noise from the psu when i scrooled on the IE 7 sites, but i found out by turning smooth scrool of it was removing the noise on scrool. So now i stil lhave the problem in Outlook expess.

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January 7, 2009 at 09:20:40
What happens if you turn the sound off?

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January 7, 2009 at 10:12:26
Still the same..because it comes inside from the psu and not any speakers. I tryed to put my ears to the back of my psu and im sure its from there.

The strange thing is that when i use the side panel to drag up and down in the email then the noise dosent apear. but if u i use mouse scrool or keybord scrool arrows then the sound apears only.

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