Originally Posted by sunset1
random reboots can be very frustrating. I had them on a different board and finally traced my issues down to the power supply. Thats why this time, i actually followed the recomendations of some of the people in the power supply forum. i bought a seasonic 750x gold. Yes it was pricey and im sure there are suitable units for a lower cost but I just was thru with issues related to power supplies. It worked and i have had not one issue with my system. Possibly visit the power supply forums and they can make some suggestions for testing or make recomondations.
I also wanted to thank you for the link in your sig "site features and explanations" for what i think is a must read for anyone on ocn.
I had been looking for information on posting site features etc. but didnt know where to find this info. I will definitely rep when i get back from vacation as i have issues on my ipad when repping.
Good luck and i hope you solve your issue.
@djmatrix32 i dont have my board close but im thinking there is a setting to change the audio front pannel connector from ? to hd audio. As my board supported hd i tried it and had issues so i used the other setting. I dont remember what it was called. oh i think it was audio97? or similar. I have a coolermaster haf 22. I do know in the past not all audio headers were wired the same. If there is an audio forum possibly someone has more information on this.. possible issue. I dont use my front pannel connectors often and in the back i use spidif. or optitcal connection. Sorry i dont have a more definite answer
I have changed the front connector to HD audio still nothing slows up when I plug some thing in.
Originally Posted by gozu
I did notice a setting in the Realtech Sound Manager that comes with the board. Its the option to tie both front and rear audio jacks together as a single logical audio device. If you swap that setting to the other option, to treat every jack as a seperate audio device it may free up some of those plugs. I dont have my sabertooth machine available atm, but I seem to remember the setting was in an unintuitive place, had to click around a bit to find it.
I have also does this no luck at all. I wonder why it just went out like that I even took the motherboared out to see if it was my case still did not work.
Originally Posted by Liranan
I would recommend RMA.
[/quote]Do you think its worth RMA? I jsut bought a Sound Blaster Recon3D for $70($20 0ff code). Do you think this will lead to more issue later on down the road?