Sound Crackling Issue

Vincent_22

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Hello TH community.So I've been having some strange crackling noise issues coming from my headphones and i tried it diagnose and fix it myself but no avail Things i've tried ;
Plugged in Speakers to see if the headphones was at fault speakerd did crackle as well.
Plugged the headphones at front io jack to see if the back jack was at fault it still crackled same as speakers.So i thought it could be software issue i did removed and installed the latest Realtek HD Audio Driver.Messed with Equalizer and audio settings to no avail.Reinstalled Windows still crackles.It is not very noticable when gaming but when listening music it just kills the vibe especially at this one ;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvRDJe5a51g this one is a mess starts to crackle from start till end.
 

Vincent_22

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Yes it is the mobo onboard Its Z170 Pro Gaming it has SupremeFX soundchip in it.
 
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Hello TH community.So I've been having some strange crackling noise issues coming from my headphones and i tried it diagnose and fix it myself but no avail Things i've tried ;
Plugged in Speakers to see if the headphones was at fault speakerd did crackle as well.
Plugged the headphones at front io jack to see if the back jack was at fault it still crackled same as speakers.So i thought it could be software issue i did removed and installed the latest Realtek HD Audio Driver.Messed with Equalizer and audio settings to no avail.Reinstalled Windows still crackles.It is not very noticable when gaming but when listening music it just kills the vibe especially at this one ;
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvRDJe5a51g
this one is a mess starts to crackle from start till end.
try not the latest drivers
remove or disable or disconnect any unneeded audio devices(!!!!) and restart
remove any codecs
remove any players
remove any unneeded trash
and restart
press ctrl+shift+esc
go to perfomance tab
play the music that crackles
and see if there's any 100% load of disk or cpu or whatever
if there's a buffer knob in the drivers, it should be set not less than 10ms or 512samples

install flash player

go to bios and select different sound device if there is one
 
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