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I read the article about interrupts and deferring instructions and priority level and get how they are related. My questions is if I have an external sound card like the SBZ in my computer is this still an issue or are these issues with sound processing handled by the sound card only?

It is still an issue.

External sound cards like the ASUS Xonar U7 have a sound buffer that is filled every 4ms to 50ms depending on what you pick in settings, the bigger the buffer the higher the DPC disturbance needed to create an issue.

My Xonar U7 will cut off every 2 seconds with a 4ms buffer when using my G1 1070 but will remain just fine even at 3ms at maximum load with my 290X, I have to raise the buffer to 50ms to have no audio issues with my 1070.
post #152 of 1679
Please update this thread whenever Nvidia releases the fix. I refuse to buy a Pascal GPU unless this is completely taken care of.
post #153 of 1679
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I read the article about interrupts and deferring instructions and priority level and get how they are related. My questions is if I have an external sound card like the SBZ in my computer is this still an issue or are these issues with sound processing handled by the sound card only?

It's not guaranteed that you will have a problem with sound. For whatever reason I have the high latency numbers but it is not manifesting into any stuttering or sound interruptions on either the on board audio (sound blaster) or my USB headset (Corsair).
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post #154 of 1679
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Please update this thread whenever Nvidia releases the fix. I refuse to buy a Pascal GPU unless this is completely taken care of.

FWIW, assuming you're going to have this issue is just as ignorant as claiming there is no issue. The issue is clearly present for some people, I at least am not one of them. I had an audio crackle while watching a video on Windows Media Player but that was before I had overclocked my 1080 and ever since I have, I can't reproduce it.
post #155 of 1679
smh so that's the occasional crack that I hear from my speakers. and I thought It was just my imagination mad.gif
post #156 of 1679
Thinking about canceling my order on 1080 sea hawk and wait for a while.

My gaming pc looks like this at idle and dpc never goes above 30 when gaming

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Any one having problems on win 7 ?

Been using dpc latency checker for more than 10 years for benching my realtime audio pc´s.
If you perform realtime audio infront of an audience using a pc, you know how important this is.
DPC should be lower than 100. In best cases < 10 :-)

Test question : Can you record ingame videos of online gaming when alot of action is going on (res 4K-5K) with shadowplay in 1080P-60fps or better without any gfx & sound lags/stutter on recording ????
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Test question : Can you record ingame videos of online gaming when alot of action is going on (res 4K-5K) with shadowplay in 1080P-60fps or better without any gfx & sound lags/stutter on recording ????

It's going to be hardware dependent. Probably can't do it without issues on an i3 laptop with a single 5400 rpm spinner but I have never had any recording issues with my 4790k and SSD's.
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Any one having problems on win 7 ?

Yes, I had problems with Win 7 64. stutters and lag on a G1. Tried all available 1080 drivers, settings, etc..to no avail. Moved to Win 10 (only the latest release recognized the card), all drivers, etc. again. Stutters and lag, low and unstable fps, good image though.

Back to Win 7, Titan X mod @1460/7900, 2.18v. Smooth as glass.
post #159 of 1679
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Thinking about canceling my order on 1080 sea hawk and wait for a while.

My gaming pc looks like this at idle and dpc never goes above 30 when gaming

083702b8_D9CAC65325D484E18C9D628ED255075C0154305C.jpeg

Any one having problems on win 7 ?

Been using dpc latency checker for more than 10 years for benching my realtime audio pc´s.
If you perform realtime audio infront of an audience using a pc, you know how important this is.
DPC should be lower than 100. In best cases < 10 :-)

Test question : Can you record ingame videos of online gaming when alot of action is going on (res 4K-5K) with shadowplay in 1080P-60fps or better without any gfx & sound lags/stutter on recording ????

You have to use latencymon for win 10


i do not think DPC checker works on 10
post #160 of 1679
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Yes, I had problems with Win 7 64. stutters and lag on a G1. Tried all available 1080 drivers, settings, etc..to no avail. Moved to Win 10 (only the latest release recognized the card), all drivers, etc. again. Stutters and lag, low and unstable fps, good image though.

Back to Win 7, Titan X mod @1460/7900, 2.18v. Smooth as glass.


the only thing that resolves the issue for me with the 1080 in win 7 is going high performance with the power settings or disabling the power states in the bios
but one should not have to do this if the 980ti was fine on balance setting before.

The issue is the driver re power management power states

Just awaiting for the new driver from nvidia

tested a amd 480 today in the same system and that ran fine too ...
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