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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion View Post
    One thing I've been noticing is that people are talking about turning off "fast startup" I do not have that option cause I'm not using legacy boot, I have CMS off and Secure boot enabled, I personally am not having any audio problems, also the systems I build (I'm a system builder) not sure why some of you have CSM enabled?

    "System builder", please note that fast startup has nothing to do with CSM being enabled or disabled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deepcuts View Post
    "System builder", please note that fast startup has nothing to do with CSM being enabled or disabled.
    Why did you quote my System Builder? Anyway let me clarify it has to do with Legacy boot vs UEFI boot + having Hibernation enabled/disabled...that better?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion View Post
    One thing I've been noticing is that people are talking about turning off "fast startup" I do not have that option cause I'm not using legacy boot, I have CMS off and Secure boot enabled, I personally am not having any audio problems, also the systems I build (I'm a system builder) not sure why some of you have CSM enabled? if you don't have any legacy items it should be tuned off...also new audio drivers are out try them out (they are wokring very well on my Maximus X Formula, Code and IX Formula)...they have all new UWP apps for Sonic Studio, Sonic Radar and Realtek Audio Console, make sure you check for Windows Store updates as one some of those had an update, before the update if was crashing on me...and yes these audio drivers are perfectly fine to use on any ASUS motherboard...ASUS will eventually update all the support pages...

    https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards...Desk_Download/
    Have you turned off the fast startup in below? This is what's helped with a handful. It's in Windows.
    Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Power Options\System Settings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny1001 View Post
    Have you turned off the fast startup in below? This is what's helped with a handful. It's in Windows.
    Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Power Options\System Settings
    I do not have that option, I turned off Hibernation "powercfg.exe -h off" also have CSM disabled and Secure Boot enabled...
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    So if i buy sound card like sound blaster the problem will dissapear?

    I have disabled fast startup but i have again problems with audio.even with spdif
    Last edited by AndrewkROG; 07-28-2018 at 09:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,



    You confuse Fast Startup (Windows) and Fast Boot (BIOS UEFI), that's what Deepcuts wanted to tell you.

    The CSM (BIOS compatibility for no UEFI devices) has nothing to do with Fast Startup (Windows).



    If you disable hibernation, then it will also disable Fast Startup (Windows), so you use the workaround well without really knowing it, that's why you not having any audio problems.



    I also have the CSM disabled, and the Secure Boot enabled, and I can assure you that it does not impact the Fast Startup (Windows), it is always configurable.

    What made the Fast Startup (Windows) disappear on your side is that you have disabled hibernation by command line.
    Correct, That is what I was trying to explain, maybe I didn't explain correctly, or misworded it, but yes everything you said is what I meant to say, it was very late and replying to several threads...mistakes/typos happen...I actually think I was trying to reply to a different thread, don't really remember lol
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    i have same problem with a tuf z370 , seems the fast startup disable did the trick, but i was mad for 3 days with this issue thinking to rma my motherboard.

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    Tried everything in this thread. Still nothing.

    Disabled fast boot, turned on high performance power, nothing.

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    Realtek seems to believe that the NVidia drivers are causing the issue.

    To narrow down this sound popping issue perhaps uninstalling the NVidia drivers, removing the GPU then using the onboard iGPU to test the sound quality with the NVidia drivers and hardware removed from the system entirely then test for sound quality.

    I have no sound problems at all using my Strix Z370H with the iGPU, using SPDIF from the board into a high end Onkyo stereo.

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    A fix to crackling sound that worked for me

    Hey!
    I signed up to this forum just to say that I found a fix that helped me with audio crackling issue. The fix may not work for everybody though.
    I didn't see this fix on this thread so I wanted to share it.
    Go to settings -> system -> power and sleep -> additional power settings -> change plan settings -> change advanced power settings -> processor power management -> minimum processor state -> set value to 40%-50% (or try different higher values).
    Default value is 5%. I tried 10%,20%,30%, but they didn't work perfectly, but 40% seems to be enough to me.
    I went back and forth to 5% to see if this affected and there was audio crackling when I went to 5% and no crackling when I was back to 40%.
    I had audio crackling once in some minutes when I was watching HBO or Netflix before this fix.
    So far this fix has worked, but I can't be 100% sure it won't happen anymore in the future.

    My system specs:
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    Hopefully this helps somebody
    Last edited by Crono_4321; 08-06-2018 at 09:35 AM.

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