So I have a OCZ laptop SSD. The SSD has 446 GBs of usable space and I have 141 GBs free. It isn't the best SSD but it is certainly pretty good. Better then the laptop's stock old-fashioned hard drive. The problem has to do with my ears. So, apparently, despite the fact that SSDs don't have moving parts they still have a high pitched whine associated with them. The frequency is really, really high so most people don't hear it. But apparently I have really sensitive ears because I can hear it really well. When I have the laptop hooked up to my home theater receiver or if I have headphones in I can't hear the noise. But otherwise all I hear is an irritating high pitched noise. I'm curious if there are any other SSD brands for laptops that put off less of a high pitched noise or, if this is simply a problem I have to learn how to deal with, is there any way that I can limit the noise?