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Yes, that's perfectly normal.
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I actually don't remember exactly what it is, but the same sound happens when you switch from rear panel sound to the header, so I think it's the circuitry controlling that being enabled.
 

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Originally Posted by RallyMaster;13047907
It's the mini-relays that the card uses. It's a very nice feature to make sure that you don't get the audible "POP" in your speakers whenever your sound card first gets power. It's used in a lot of higher end audio equipment and you should not be concerned.
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Interesting, I didn't even realize that; I sure don't miss that speaker "pop" that I always got on onboard audio.
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