Both microphones make the same identical noise when I record or talk in-game. So every PS4 and PS4 pro seem to have coil whine issues, thats fine atleast for me but it seems like that in loading screens in BF2 there is an uncapped framerate causing the coil whine to get really high pitched and "loud" almost like a squeaking sound. They are made of high-tech plastic, have good sound insulation, and are lightweight and comfortable to wear. You can hear the drive from about 3 feet away in a silent room.
While they'll connect to a Bluetooth-enabled PC, they aren't recommended for this due to their high latency and sub-par overall microphone performance. Galaxy Note 10 Plus The high setting draws High pitch noise during everything.
But when I downloaded the current updates and the game started I noticed this strange squeeky noise from my disc drive of the PS4 Pro. Titles with an HD symbol will stream in high definition if your internet connection supports 5 Mbps or more.
High Pitched Squeak. Seems to be only with certain games like Madden 08 but not with Heavenly Sword. Their customer support is second to none. Only thing that makes it stop is unplugging the system from the wall altogether. Some shiny new Xbox One units have faults.
And the PS4 ramped up like crazythe screching sound was gone but it felt like the unit was working over drive. Many high-power radars turn a few times per minute, and cause interference only when they are pointed in the direction of the audio system. Still quite noisy in places Map screen in God of War!
Normally, the faster the drive motor spins, the higher-pitched the resulting sound will be, and there is a greater chance of a low hum. Book a PS4 repair for Barking now - just call the phone number displayed or complete the website form and the repair centre will get in touch shortly.
But this noise isolation is not the kind of active noise reduction in the Bose QC It doesn't stop no matter if the microphone is muted or not, although it does stop when I unplug the microphone. Seems like it's linked to either the fan or processor Thanks to the answer of AJ Henderson, I was able to resolve the same issue. It will help you figure out what is causing the latency, such as a network adapter.
Mine is a bit worse than in the videos. Nothing turns off as if the unit failed or something but the noise is unbearable. The sound adapter that came with the microphone would cause this high pitched frequency to ring whenever I tried to record audio with my microphone.Menu Menu.
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Pros get pretty loud with some games so if it's only the highest fan speed, I wouldn't worry too much. Check for dust and clean if necessary. Echo Member. Oct 29, 5, Mt. Apprently it's not uncommon for loud Pro's, we have a thread here Well, either way, you may have it in an open area but have you cleaned it since launch? It's very easy to pop the Pro's top and check out the fan right quick.Menu Menu.
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Apr 1, 1, 12 Would greatly appreciate a cooler, quieter Pro. Anyone sample one of the revised models? Spukc Member. Jan 24, 12, 10, Wait really the gt sport bundle with pro is like atm. TitusTroy Member. Nov 11, 1, 29 New York City. TitusTroy said:. Jun 26, 1 No one appears to have reported on it yet. Jun 27, 27 England. Until Sony gets it into their heads that they need to use and external PSU.
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Globalisateur Globby. There are minor differences on both sides of the motherboard based on the pics we have. What are those they removed? Are they related to power consumption? It looks like a part of the group is similar to 6 components located top and down of the APU.
On the back of the board they removed one small EMI shield in order to get the GDDR5 chips in direct contact with the general enclosing metal shield.
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For better heat dispersion or only cost saving? Also the APU has gotten a revision too. Sadly we don't have any power consumption comparisons yet. But I wouldn't be surprised if the new model consumes a bit less power. It would be nice to have noise tests too. APU info taken from this site. Heinrich4MaloBRiT and 2 others like this.
Grall Invisible Member. Seems they removed a voltage regulator phase power fets, inductor and associated capsfor the GDDR I would assume. So there might be new memory drawing less power, or memory is the same but the previous power supply design was overengineered, or possibly same memory drawing same power from new design which uses fewer but more powerful components. Hard to know which is true without knowing more, like if memory chips also differ for example.
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The heat cover for the ram was aluminum expensive while the shield is cheap clad steel I think. Simpler assembly too? I'm curious about power consumption but it's probably a very small difference.The PlayStation 4 video game console has been produced in various models.
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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Languages Deutsch Edit links.Two years on from its initial launch and PlayStation 4 Pro has been quietly tweaked once again, with new hardware that sees Sony revisiting the super-charged console with a new design that improves once again on the machine's perennial noise problem.
The work pays off because this is quietest, most discreet Pro yet, completely banishing the 'jet engine' effect commonly associated with launch models. Of course, this isn't the first time that Sony has improved the Pro. At some point last year, the platform holder released the CUH - which we took a look at recently in the form of the Million Special Edition console - which seemed to change the way the GDDR5 memory was cooled, and tweaked the fan profile to be less obtrusive. The system still possessed similar power draw though, so the end result was a hotter console - albeit one that delivered a big improvement in its acoustic performance.
The new CUH series is just starting to filter through, and in the UK at least, it seems to be the case that the hardware is only available as part of the Red Dead Redemption 2 bundle pack - though expect to see a more comprehensive roll-out as the holiday season kicks in.
Regardless, you can tell that you're getting the new machine because the model number is highlighted on the front of the package - in the case of the Red Dead pack, the designation to look for is CUHB. The Red Dead pack is a fairly standard Pro offering, the standard internal box covered in a Red Dead-specific sleeve, with a physical copy of the game included inside and bearing in mind the sheer size of the game when installed, I'm thankful we're getting physical media here and not a download code.
Otherwise, there's nothing particularly special about the packaging, and similar to the CUH consoles, the overall look and feel of the machine itself is essentially identical to the launch model - with one exception. Prior PS4 Pro revisions have fed power into the console via the standard 'kettle' cable also used on earlier PlayStation 3s.
There are other minor changes to the rear of the machine, but the port selection and arrangement is otherwise the same. The change in power supply does suggest a further efficiency drive on Sony's behalf, though the fact that the form-factor is essentially unchanged points towards an iterative revision rather than extensive revamp.
What that translates to in real terms is that main processor - the core of the machine and the main source of its heat - remains the same, limiting the scope of the changes. We're still looking at a 16nm FinFET chip inside the casing, and power draw seems to be around the same as prior models.
However, the CUH proved that big improvements can be made to the acoustic side of things - my personal bugbear with launch Pros - and the CUH delivers even better results. God of War is our title of choice for testing here and its ability to spin up the fans is almost legendary amongst PS4 Pro gamers. Playing the intro sections of the game, spikes in power consumption coincide with close-ups of the main characters, accompanied by the fans spinning up in step.
The testing methodology here is simple then - pause on a character close-up, then dip into photo mode to ensure consistency in load, and by extension, what's being tested from machine to machine. With all three Pros run through the watt meter, power consumption is essentially the same in the W region.
Curiously though, the launch model spikes to W around 15 minutes in. The CUH and the new CUH are fairly solid, though the former shaves off W in comparison to the freshly minted console revision. This may well be down to variations in the silicon every Pro should be subtly different or the new power supply may have different characteristics to the old one.
In terms of the thermals, the launch model is still the coolest. Running a thermal camera over the hottest part of skin, and then at the exhaust at the rear, the CUH has a five degrees Celsius advantage over the CUH, while the new CUH runs just as hot as its direct predecessor. Whether it's down to anomalies in the thermal data or a revision in how the console exhausts heat through the rear, the back of the CUH seemed to be hotter than either of the other models.