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Xfi titanium and cpu usage.

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Hi, i recently noticed a "high" cpu usage from "audiodg" process, wich is used by creatives drivers.

This happens when i'm using some Voip programs (skype, teamspeak, vent, mumnle etc.)
Audiodg cpu usage jump to 5-7% usage (25% usage for 1 core on my 2500k)

Tried to reinstall drivers/ use alternative drivers, swich mode, disable cmss, nothing seems to work

Any idea ? (i am using win7 64bit)
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I thought audiodg used CPU regardless of whether you have a dedicated sound card or not. It always did for me when I had one.
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I dont have this problem with my onboard soundcard (p8p67pro), and no problem with win XP
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