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I'm using the latest driver from realtek R2.70. Does anybody know if there is a alternative hd audio driver I can try?

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Yo Red,
You did not say what operating system you are using and also not informed what problem you are encountering but... Let me try help a lil bit. I guess are u using a incorrectly soft driver/version so with a lil research I've have make a suggestion from manufacturer's drivers of MOBO.

You have the options I describe here below:

Version 5.10.0.5859/6.0.1.58 (72,28 (MBytes) - 2009.07.17 update
Realtek Audio Driver V5.10.0.5859 for Windows XP 64bit---PassWHQL
Realtek Audio Driver V6.0.1.5859 for Windows Vista 32bit/Vista 64bit/7---PassWHQL

Version 5.10.0.5657/6.0.1.56 57,53 (MBytes) 2008.11.20 update
Realtek ALC1200 Audio Driver V5.10.0.5657 for Windows XP & Windows 64bit XP.(WHQL)
Realtek ALC1200 Audio Driver V6.0.1.5696 for Windows Vista & Windows 64bit Vista.(WHQL)

Version 5.10.0.5628&6.0.1.56 2008.07.07 update 2008.07.07 update
Realtek HD Audio Driver v5.10.0.5628 for Windows 32bit XP & XP64 bit.(WHQL)
Realtek HD Audio Driver v6.0.1.5628 for Windows vista 32bit&64bit.(WHQL)

Beta Version - 43,22 (MBytes) 2008.06.10 update
Realtek Audio Driver for Windows 2K&XP & 64bit XP&Vista&64 bit Vista.(WHQL)

Version 5.10.0.5591 - 53,69 (MBytes) - 2008.05.30 update
Realtek ALC1200 Audio Driver V5.10.0.5591 for Windows XP & Windows 64bit XP.(WHQL)

All these drivers and anothers (for your hardware/OS) correctly drivers for your motherboard are available here: ASUS
You just have to choice for your Operating System and will list all the drivers/versions to download directly from the manufacturer's website.

And if all works fine with the UPDATE, come back report here to be closed and problem solved.
CYA.
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My o/s is win7 pro x64 (my pc spec are in my profile).

I am having horrible horrible horrible audio lag with w:et. every time the announcer guy say's something my game lags badly.

I've previously used the manufactures driver (Version 5.10.0.5628&6.0.1.56 2008.07.07) but have had lag with them as well.

Asus have not updated their driver in years and since I have realtek onboard I went straight to realtek website for drivers that are up to date, but they're not working to good with W:ET.

The R2.70 driver works fine for all my other games TDU2, MA3, CODBO2, FarCry3.. ect. just having a problem with W:ET.

If this is my only option I'll give Asus latest another try but I already know the outcome. Was hoping for a alternative driver I could try....

Ok will let you know how I make out.. this is my mission for today, try to resolve my audio lag issue with W:ET

Thanks for the reply Brasil I really appreciate it!! :D

Edited by Red, 11 December 2012 - 04:40 PM.


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Hum.. what is setted in your config ?
I mean to >Soundmegs 32 ?

You have 8Gb in your RAM so u can raise it to 96 or 128 without problems i guess.

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I have com_soundmegs set to 120 - default is 24 so x5.


EDIT:


I'm using the HD driver.. so I don't need the ALC driver? correct?

Edited by Red, 11 December 2012 - 05:03 PM.


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Imho download this one, since you got a ALC1200 on your mainboard. The other driver is 3 days older - lol.
Version 6.0.1.5859
Description Realtek ALC1200 Audio Driver V6.0.1.5859 for Windows 7 and Windows 64bit 7.(WHQL)

http://bunker.aaxxss.com/forums/topic/27489-sound-lag-fix/
There is also the thing to try, install et on another harddisk. Update everything on your system Secunia PSI can do that for you, but it surely does send also Secunia the info what you have installed.
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After testing a few diff driver versions the windows default driver seams to work the best.

Also been using Bill's playall.cfg which helps. I still get audio lag now and then but is better.

Pey.. Yep I have et on a diff drive, all windows ect. is up to date.