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Guys what could be the source of static on my microphone? I mean I know its because of the mainboard but its not a cheap one so I expect a good onboard soundcard. I mean even connecting the mic to my phone sound a billion times better. What could it be?
Probably not even the motherboard directly, but rather, bad grounding. You might be able to alleviate some of the problem with a Line Conditioner. Voltage is just a relative potential difference from ground, so if ground isn't a steady voltage(doesn't even have to be 0, although you do want it to be at 0), you can get signal noise effects.

It could also be high frequency switching noise. You can determine this if the amount of static is directly related to the amount of load on your machine. If it IS this, the problem is that your power supply doesn't have enough filtering, or is suffering harmonic distortion simply due to some interaction of components. Usually the only solution is to add additional filtering in line with your cables, or to get a different power supply.

That said, I have no noise issues on any of the analog inputs or outputs on the R5E. I do use a Tripp-Lite LC1800 line conditioner between my PC and the wall because I'm in a pre-war building with crap electrical where some outlets don't even have a properly connected ground.
Edited by zoson - 9/26/16 at 11:39am
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hey guys i just had a nightmare with my new build

RVE

G.Skill 3k 16gb quad

5820k and 1080

i was getting 6B and 6F and the system wouldnt boot..

figured that if i hit memok button i could get to bios screen (was on 0706 from 2 years ago just now installing the board lol)

so i updated with ezflash to 3301 lastest bios as of 2 months ago and long story short i got it booted. but windows only says i have 12gb

now im using whatever the memok settings are and CPU-Z shows quad channel all 4x sticks and 16gb which bios and windows say 12gb...

which one is it? its F4-3000C15-4GRR

so i restarted for an update and now it shows im in triple mode with cpu-z
Edited by dVeLoPe - 9/28/16 at 8:58pm
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post #10203 of 10638
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Originally Posted by dVeLoPe View Post

hey guys i just had a nightmare with my new build

RVE

G.Skill 3k 16gb quad

5820k and 1080

i was getting 6B and 6F and the system wouldnt boot..

figured that if i hit memok button i could get to bios screen (was on 0706 from 2 years ago just now installing the board lol)

so i updated with ezflash to 3301 lastest bios as of 2 months ago and long story short i got it booted. but windows only says i have 12gb

now im using whatever the memok settings are and CPU-Z shows quad channel all 4x sticks and 16gb which bios and windows say 12gb...

which one is it? its F4-3000C15-4GRR

so i restarted for an update and now it shows im in triple mode with cpu-z


This has been discussed many times in here, you're not the only one that has had the problem.

Search this thread for "12Gb" and have a read of what solved it for other people. This was my solution:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1510001/asus-rampage-v-extreme-owners-thread/7480#post_24545957
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thanks for the link but i didnt read it before fixing my issue

i swapped A1 ram stick with B1 and now everything is working fine

Thu Sep 29 2016
19:35:03


Image Editing: 76606
Time: 66.417

Encoding: 171545
Time: 55.892

OpenCL: 83627
KSamples/sec: 2078

Heavy Multitasking: 149413
Time: 65.456


System Score: 103572




thats stock score temp is 49c hottest core does it look right before i begin tuning?
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NEW!!!

Fresh from the oven..!!!

RAMPAGE V EXTREME BIOS 3402
     
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Have you tried it yet, if yes, has it improved your system stability. See what I did there. biggrin.gif
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Have you tried it yet, if yes, has it improved your system stability. See what I did there. biggrin.gif

well, i was stress testing at 4.2ghz with 1.18v (and copying my exact settings as of the previous bios) and it is exactly the same...
     
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Guys what could be the source of static on my microphone? I mean I know its because of the mainboard but its not a cheap one so I expect a good onboard soundcard. I mean even connecting the mic to my phone sound a billion times better. What could it be?

Check to see if microphone boost is on in your control panel/ sound/ recording/microphone/custom.
Having this on can also give you a nasty hum.
post #10209 of 10638
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Originally Posted by shampoo911 View Post

NEW!!!

Fresh from the oven..!!!

RAMPAGE V EXTREME BIOS 3402
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Originally Posted by Kimir View Post

Have you tried it yet, if yes, has it improved your system stability. See what I did there. biggrin.gif
Funny guy biggrin.gif

From ROG forums
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Ah i get the same problem i can't run my memory @ 3000 which i have been for years, i had to drop it down to 2800 to get it to boot pass that error code.
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same problem as with 3301...can't run my 32GB Dominator Platinum 3000MHz Kit with 3000MHz, even 2800 or 2666 MHz is not possible, I always get the b7 error code. With 3202 everything works fine.
Since the above happened to me on 3301 this was enough for me to skip. I'm not sure what ASUS is or isn't doing but it's becoming annoying when 8/10 bios work and no one has any idea why the 2/10 don't. Getting a response from ASUS on their own forums won't happen so I guess it's just a shot in the dark with every new bios.
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Hello

If the current version BIOS one is using functions without issue there is usually no need to update to a newer version. This is especially true for users who do not wish to dial back in their stable overclock settings. Too often users update thinking somehow a newer version will magically extend the overclock capability of the installed CPU or memory. Ironically more times than not these are the same users who do not want to invest any time in retuning the system for use with the newer version BIOS.
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