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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-31-2019, 07:49 PM - Thread Starter
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Final Straw Going to RMA

Last attempt to get solutions for this piece of **** x570 extreme motherboard. Wifi networking card repeatedly telling me hardware failures, have not even been able to play games for almost a month of having it with how much time I have spent troubleshooting this unit/replacing other possible things.

On top of that I cannot for the life of me get the audio through an aux cord to play clear. It has a god awful white noise eery hum constantly playing. This thing is supposed to have one of the best DAC/audio controllers in the market???? Other system with the same headphones same aux plays clear as day. I'm RMA'ing this something is clearly wrong. If anyone has final resolutions I can take to fix this audio and wifi hardware failures please reach out thanks to everyone who has helped.
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Last attempt to get solutions for this piece of **** x570 extreme motherboard. Wifi networking card repeatedly telling me hardware failures, have not even been able to play games for almost a month of having it with how much time I have spent troubleshooting this unit/replacing other possible things.

On top of that I cannot for the life of me get the audio through an aux cord to play clear. It has a god awful white noise eery hum constantly playing. This thing is supposed to have one of the best DAC/audio controllers in the market???? Other system with the same headphones same aux plays clear as day. I'm RMA'ing this something is clearly wrong. If anyone has final resolutions I can take to fix this audio and wifi hardware failures please reach out thanks to everyone who has helped.
Have you tried setting the system up outside of the case (on a piece of cardboard or on your wooden/plastic desktop)?
With the audio issues, tried updating audio drivers and tried using the windows default High Def Audio driver?
What drivers did you try for the Wifi card?
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