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I know computers, I have been fixing them and building them for over a decade... but I don't know the exact electronics of them.
My personal desktop PC is making an irregular, but constant, extremely high pitched chirping noise. I know this could be my hard drive, but I've heard that noise before and I believe this is a capacitor or part of the electronics. This noise is right at the edge of my hearing and I can feel it more than I can hear it.
After a while, it starts to give me a headache and makes me physically sick.
How long will this last? Is there anything I can do to fix it (short of replacing the entire motherboard)?
My Motherboard: Gigabyte X-58 Extreme