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It already is HD, and i enabled it again just to make sure, booted into windows and still very low quality sound with mild distortion
Have you tried a complete uninstallation, and then reinstalling the audio drivers AFTER the BIOS update? One really shouldn't have anything to do with the other (the audio driver is a windows driver), but who knows.
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Check the BIOS and make sure Realtek Audio is set to HD and not AC'97.
unfortunately, this only effects the header for the front panel connection. (AC'97 or HD)

this sounds like a driver issue.

also check the realtec panel software and make sure something funky isnt set in their like a super low bit rate, or wrong speaker configuration.

I know this might sound like a stupid question, but have you checked that you have the correct plugs in use? perhaps updating the bios hosed the autodetection. try unpugging/replugging your connection to force redtection.
Edited by The Mac - 6/14/11 at 8:20am
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Originally Posted by xandypx View Post
Have you tried a complete uninstallation, and then reinstalling the audio drivers AFTER the BIOS update? One really shouldn't have anything to do with the other (the audio driver is a windows driver), but who knows.
even on a whole new installation, same problem occurs, even drivers from asus's site and realtek makes no difference.

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unfortunately, this only effects the header for the front panel connection. (AC'97 or HD)

this sounds like a driver issue.

also check the realtec panel software and make sure something funky isnt set in their like a super low bit rate, or wrong speaker configuration.

I know this might sound like a stupid question, but have you checked that you have the correct plugs in use? perhaps updating the bios hosed the autodetection. try unpugging/replugging your connection to force redtection.
Already checked the software and nothing is odd, i've unplugged the jack a few times over and over, and it knows that its the speaker output (green, bottom middle).
Also even the front headphone port sounds cheap.
However when playing games, it doesn't seem to really be noticeable, mainly game menu sounds (gta iv for example).
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hmm...maybe a blown codec chip.

can you downgrade the bios and see if it clears up?

btw, why do u have that crummy 8800GTS in a SB rig?

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I tried to flash back to the 1305 bios, but it wouldnt let me as it said it's too old or something like that.
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do a search on hardocp's forums, some people have figured out a way to back-flash. Offically, only the deluxe supports it.

http://hardforum.com/forumdisplay.php?f=80

also, check to make sure the HDMI audio is disabled for the 8800 in the device manager.
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Anyone with Asus P8P67-M Pro B3 and 2500K/2600K?
How far can you overclock with that mobo and cpu combination?
I know it depends on the chip itself but I am wondering if that mATX board is somehow limited in achieving that high overclocks?
I have that mobo and my target is 5Ghz+ with my 2500K

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Anyone with Asus P8P67-M Pro B3 and 2500K/2600K?
How far can you overclock with that mobo and cpu combination?
I know it depends on the chip itself but I am wondering if that mATX board is somehow limited in achieving that high overclocks?
I have that mobo and my target is 5Ghz+ with my 2500K

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It should be able to overclock nearly/Just as good as the rest of the P8P67 series.

Only little catch is that the P8P67-M only has Offset Vcore adjustment, and not manual Vcore. But that should be no problem, as you can disable C3/C6 states when using Offset and high overclocks.
    
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It should be able to overclock nearly/Just as good as the rest of the P8P67 series.

Only little catch is that the P8P67-M only has Offset Vcore adjustment, and not manual Vcore. But that should be no problem, as you can disable C3/C6 states when using Offset and high overclocks.
I have -M Pro
And I prefer to use atv.
Btw, how to fix vdroop? Does Llc help?


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