It's not the PRESSURE per se that causes the "wind" but rather the LEAKS.
Wind (or noise) REQUIRES a pressure differential so when the mask leaks, especially beyond the machines capacity to "keep up", the machine is trying continuously the bring the pressure up to the required setting.
This may be due to adjusting the mask at a low "start" pressure (especially if you are using ramp) and then when the pressure NEEDS to increase it causes an initial leak, followed by this runaway feedback, more pressure more leak more pressure until the machine can't keep up.
Alternatively, movement of the mask due to sleep positions or your disturbing it either intentionally or unintentionally.
The main ways that I disturb my nasal pillow mask are:
1) Scrubbing my cheek against the pillow (i.e., rubbing by snuggling into the pillow)
2) Bumping my hose inlet area of the mask with my hand or my extra pillow
3) Rubbing or scratching around my nose or upper lip
#3 is actually easiest to deal with -- don't do that, and I discipline myself to avoid this as much as possible. There are also certain ways to reach under or around the mask that typically cause no trouble.
#2 just takes practice and occasionally a mistake happens anyway.
#1, can sometimes be corrected by gently scrubbing BACK in the opposite direction or by carefully choose exactly WHERE to lay my head so that my "snuggle movement" confirms the mask position rather than pulling it out of alignment.
I wrote a procedure for "adjusting a mask" and it is here somewhere on the forum. In my opinion this is a GOOD method to get a good fit with most any mask.
1) Read the actual instructions (again) including with the mask
2) Watch one or more videos (e.g., YouTube or manufacturer) on adjusting the mask
3) Follow the printed and video instructions step by step while using the bathroom mirror to get the INITIAL fit
4) At the machine, apply FULL PRESSURE (that you will use) and re-adjust the mask according to the instructions
5) While adjusting the mask at the machine under FULL PRESSURE, try the following:
Ignoring the headgear, manually position and press on the mask with your hands to find a fit with NO LEAK
Make a mental note of the feel of this position
Make the small adjustments to DUPLICATE this same feeling of the mask on your face
Note: In step 5, you may need to pull the mask away from your face or even loosen the straps.
It's really this step #5 (along with step #1 & #2) that make this work quickly for me.
Step #5 allows me to "get it right" without having to fool with headgear and straps, and then just duplicate that feeling until my mask doesn't leak. The earlier steps allow me to learn the recommended methods and get the mask CLOSE to a correct adjustment, or at least to understand fully what the adjustments are doing when I make changes.
Seriously, I used to need to adjust diving masks for "perfect comfort" and this is a procedure that I adapted from that work when my job was as a commercial diver. (We off course had no YouTube