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Skyllz August 25, 2009 11:50 AM

Noise in speakers from onboard?
 
Lately i've been using my headphones more and I noticed I always have this little noise in the backgroun whenever I move the mouse, the HD spins, sort of like static.

I have a P5Q mobo with onboard sound. Would getting an regular soundcard fix this?

Thanks :)

MpG August 25, 2009 01:57 PM

Do you get any noise when minimizing/maximizing windows? It sounds like blitter noise, which is (as I understand it) interference from the GPU's 2D circuits getting into the audio. I was busting my brains just recently with a similar problem, and finally traced the problem down to my sound card->headphone amp cables.

martin_metal_88 August 25, 2009 04:14 PM

These sound can be from many place, in my case there is a noise every time my lan get used. There is a LED on the RJ45 port and every time it get light you can ear a little noise in the speaker. This is IMO the most common issue with onboard sound. Any electric change witch can make static on a board can make interference. Most of the time a soundcard can do the job to take these sound away.

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Skyllz August 25, 2009 05:35 PM

Sounds like what you guys are describing, a sort of tiny squeel anytime I move the mouse or the HD is in use in my case.

I'll shop around for a Sound card then, i've been wanting one for a while :thumb:

martin_metal_88 August 25, 2009 06:09 PM

If your on-board sound was enough for you don't spend more then 50$ on a good sound card, also be sure that the one you use have 64bit and win 7 driver. Don't really know why but may sound card never get upgrade driver.

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chrisk August 25, 2009 06:25 PM

Try downloading this:
DPC Latency Checker

If you get spikes while moving your mouse there could be a driver or something causing the issue.

Skyllz August 27, 2009 04:12 AM

Picked up an X-FI Titanium and the noise went away about 99%.

Before I could ear it a little in the speakers when paying attention, now I can only pick it up whenI have my headphones on and it's dead silent.

Things really "sound different" now, for a lack of a better term I think i'll start looking for a better set of speakers, my 7 years old Acoustic Authority set from Futureshop is starting to sound like a set of casseroles being banged on by a 5 years old. I think the sub had too many "BOOM headshot" episodes.


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