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Thread: Gigabyte EP45-DS4 crackling sound




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    Default Gigabyte EP45-DS4 crackling sound

    Hi!

    I have a problem with my new motherboard.

    Sound is crackling from time to time.
    I have sound card Club 3D Theatron Agrippa DTS 7.1 with latest drivers from official site.
    I have disabled onboard sound card in bios.

    What can I do?

    I hear something about PCI Latency and changing PCI slots, but my motherboard has only one PCI slot.

    Thanks for help.


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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-DS4 crackling sound

    It seems that crackling is gone.

    Solution: Just set Power Settings in Vista to High Performance.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-DS4 crackling sound

    Grats. Thanks for posting your solution!
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    Default Re: Gigabyte EP45-DS4 crackling sound

    More specifically it is the Processor power management - you have to set "minimum processor state" to 100%. Anything lesser seems to make these problems.
    OMG this is such a terrible "feature" :-\ In older days these sound problems were caused by IRQ sharing and now we have this :-]

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