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  1. #1
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    [ASUS Strix Raid PRO] Noise in left channel when running games

    So i recently bought a new sound card, replacing my older Xonar DX.

    Im having issues with noise in the left channel when running games. It sounds like 50hz is leaking through to the sound card but i got no idea to be honest.
    I got my headphones hooked to the Box and my active speakers connected to the sound card and i get the same noise in both.

    Tried switching the soundcard from the lowest PCI-e connector to the one above to see if that would help (further away from PSU) but didnt seem to do anything.

    Any help?

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    I have just the same with my new Strix Soar. Looks like it's some isolation problem.

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    Did you guys fix the issue ? found the problem ?

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    Hello.
    I have same problem. Try to use Ferrite Rings to power cables Sound Card and Video Card. In ferrite rings it is better to make loops. This helps me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 0wn3d View Post
    Hello.
    I have same problem. Try to use Ferrite Rings to power cables Sound Card and Video Card. In ferrite rings it is better to make loops. This helps me.
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    I have the same problem and that solution of magnets has not worked for me. I will arrange warranty with the store to see if I send a new card or repair the one I have.

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    Any solution found?

    EDIT
    I fixed it via placing it further away from the grafic card
    Last edited by alx00; 02-07-2019 at 05:18 PM.

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    MotherboardASUS Rampage VI Extreme
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    It is true... the power surges off the video card trigger a hum in the speakers.... isolate the sound card from other high voltage cards

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