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    Default Report. Unacceptable gigabyte!

    REPORT. UNACCEPTABLE GIGABYTE!

    Hi there, I'm not sure if this is just Gigabyte MB concerning problem, but here it is:

    it's unaccetable for an 2 year old motherboard to have this severe audio problems; whenever audio is played, and simultaneously perhaps the net is peeped, severe crackling is heard. It's disturbing! No matter the OS, or the audio driver or media player or any buffers. (although it's less severe in windows mp, than winamp, nevertheless.)(edited, no matter)

    Why is it unaccetable! No such problems ever happened with my previous MB from 2002. (manufacturer withdrawn)

    I know the EIST handling might have something to do with this, regarding to other posters, nevertheless, GIGABYTE, it would be greatly appreciated, if you could get your BIOS:es or whatever it takes to get things under control. If you sell your stuff as high whatever, please deliver!

    Edit: this is no memory problem

    RANT OVER

    mb: ex38-ds4
    audiocard: delta 1010lt
    cpu: 9300 quad intel
    music: pearl jam - backspacer
    satisfaction: 7/10

    Roger, and out!!
    Last edited by antifan; 09-19-2009 at 04:01 AM.
    GA-EX38-DS4 V1.0 BIOS F6c
    Q9300
    Mushkin
    Gigabyte 8600GTS
    Corsair HX-520W
    Samsung SH-203D Burner
    Windows XpSp3

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    Default Re: Report. Unacceptable gigabyte!

    So this happens on a clean install as well, with no drivers installed? Are you installing the DES Software by chance, this can cause audio issues as well as C1E and EIST as you mentioned.

    Are you using F6c BIOS? Latest Drivers all around?

    Do you hear this sound if you use the onboard sound? If so it possibly could be your PSU causing this

    /End help :)

    < For now >

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    Default Re: Report. Unacceptable gigabyte!

    Ok, confirmed! After disabeling C1E and EIST in the BIOS, the computer is working flawlessly. No more crackling in the audio, in fact I can open several media players, play audio and video, have several browsers open simultaneously, and everything is working fine. aah, now my nerves are calm!

    So the question raises!
    GA-EX38-DS4 V1.0 BIOS F6c
    Q9300
    Mushkin
    Gigabyte 8600GTS
    Corsair HX-520W
    Samsung SH-203D Burner
    Windows XpSp3

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    Default Re: Report. Unacceptable gigabyte!

    Hmmm... Interesting, didn't know C1e and EIST could do that. lol i was gonna say maybe your speakers are f*d up. LSD gets the job done again!
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    Gigabyte EX58-UD3R f11
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