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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote budouf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 Feb 2019 at 11:14am
I fixed a lot of audio issue by downloading the latest realtek driver on:

[URL= ]https://github.com/alanfox2000/realtek-hda-release/releases/[/URL]

8627_FF0C_FF00_FF01_FF03_FF04_FF06_FF10_PG470_Win10_RS2_RS3_RS4_RS5_Win7_WHQL.rar

Then the folder 8627_FF10_PG470

I hope it will help some of you
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Sadly, problem is not about bad drivers. Because you can hear the noise before you log to windows. Thanks anyway for finding decent drivers.
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About that noise, I have it too on my headset when volume control is set to max on it (not windows sound level).

I set it to 90% directly on the headphone and no more noise.

My only issue atm it's when I have my speaker connected to the back input, I get some weird sound "effect" with my headset connected to the front input.

But if i disconnect my speaker, headset sound is OK.   

     
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I haven't bothered to check if ASRock themselves pushed out a fix.

As it is, I ended up going with an MSI board and I have had ZERO issues. The audio chipset is even the same. I got my 9900K going @ 5.1 Ghz and not a single noise comes from my speakers connected to the rear audio port.

ASRock either needs to do a hardware revision on the board or a BIOS fix. This is not an issue I would accept from a +$230 board.
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