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Originally Posted by humpmasterflex1;13640625 
it only seems to happen in games, i tired playing movies, and music... it doesn't happen.

I play witcher 2 and i hear occasional cracklings here and there. But once you hear them, you CANNOT NOT hear them, its like i become automatically aware of them and its really annoying.

Witcher 2 is it in mkv format or Dts ma?
post #12 of 19
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Originally Posted by Bigo1087;13650332 
DPC LATENCY ISSUES........Referes to a software or driver possibly causing issues.

Do you have any gigabyte overclokcing software installed? Did u recently update your bios?

http://www.thesycon.de/deu/latency_check.shtml

Download the tool, and if you get any pings in the red...theres a software or driver causing issuses.

I had similar issues with asus ai suite causing issues after a bios update, once i removed it no more crackling..


i did a fresh format and windows 7 install, did nothing for me.....

this is so annoying.

I use that latency program and after playing witcher 2 for several minutes the latency goes ALL THE way up sky high in red.

What the hell is the problem. Why is this so annoying?
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post #13 of 19
only in games huh?

one or both of your GPUs aren't happy.
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Originally Posted by cuad;13806965 
only in games huh?

one or both of your GPUs aren't happy.

well im only hearing it in witcher 2 so far, don't really hear it while playing youtube video's or music on my computer. Its not all the time either in witcher 2, at first its fine, then about 15-30 minutes in i here cracks and static. I check the DPC latency program when i alt+tab, and i see my latency all the way sky high in the red.

Wish there was a way to fix this, instead of just a program telling me the something that i already know.
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post #15 of 19
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Originally Posted by humpmasterflex1;13807059 
well im only hearing it in witcher 2 so far, don't really hear it while playing youtube video's or music on my computer. Its not all the time either in witcher 2, at first its fine, then about 15-30 minutes in i here cracks and static. I check the DPC latency program when i alt+tab, and i see my latency all the way sky high in the red.

Wish there was a way to fix this, instead of just a program telling me the something that i already know.

It s because of the Nvidia cards.Lower their clocks via Riva Tuner.It s also related to the way Intel chipsets work.Have fun!
   
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post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by Dromihetes;13807717 
It s because of the Nvidia cards.Lower their clocks via Riva Tuner.It s also related to the way Intel chipsets work.Have fun!

so i have to under clock my cards from stock clocks? what the heck.....

This is so lame.

i never used to have this problem until a couple weeks ago
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post #17 of 19
I get the same issue with the witcher 2 on my sig craptop every once in a while. A reboot clears it right up and I can play for hrs.
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post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by vwgti;13817707 
I get the same issue with the witcher 2 on my sig craptop every once in a while. A reboot clears it right up and I can play for hrs.

I went into the sound devices and disabled all the extra stuff i didn't use. The went into properties and switched for 16 bit sound to 24 bit sound....


i played for several hours with no crackling and went to sleep. So far so good, will see how long that will last.
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post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by Dromihetes;13807717 
It s because of the Nvidia cards.Lower their clocks via Riva Tuner.It s also related to the way Intel chipsets work.Have fun!

This guy has no idea what he is talking about


Your mobo is likely defective and needs an RMA if it happens in multiple games... if its only one game then hello put 2+2 together, its probably an issue with the game and your specific sound drivers

DPC latency problems affect the computer globally. I've had my sound card start to crackle and static during all my games, but only in games. Swapped in a new version and tada! Its fine again.
 
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