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Kopesetic

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  1. After a bit more testing, it does seem TTRGB Plus is the culprit. I uninstalled it and re-installed it, this time not allowing it to ever touch the audio and the issue is gone. I'm not sure if others with these fans have had this issue, but it has happened on both of my PCs that have them. Ugh, that software was already horrible enough with not being able to adjust the fan curve and now this. They also seem to be more concerned with adding more lighting features than fixing any of the problems they have. I would highly recommend that anyone seeing this buy something...anything else. Thanks for you help and pointing me in the right direction!
  2. Well, here is an update. After removing TTRGB Plus, my issues went away. Bad thing is, even if I don't have it on a sound mode, it seems to still touch the audio. I'm going to try a re-install this time never selecting an audio mode to see if it comes back.
  3. Thanks for that tip! I'll definitely look into that. So far, I disabled TTRGB Plus to see if the issues goes away. Could it be the way that software interfaces with audio to make the lighting match the music that could be locking things to a specific sample rate? For now I also did what you suggested with the bit/sample rate.
  4. I wanted to update this as I just had the same sound issue on a 4790k system. It also has Thermaltake fans in it (some that were left over when I upgraded this build). It had the exact same audio issues described above. For now, I've uninstalled TTRGB Plus to see if that makes the problem go away. I'll keep this post updated as I go in hopes it may help others.
  5. Yeah, sorry I must have skipped over that. I did reinstall the realtek audio driver, as well as made sure the chipset driver was up to date as well. The Modi itself as well as the Klipsch DAC don't have drivers you can install.
  6. Hi, I am currently fighting an audio issue and I'm hitting a wall getting it figured out. After a while, it seems Windows Audio breaks, and I get weird distortion issues. It's almost like the sound is in slow motion and distorted if that makes any sense. Anything using sound (Music Player, Browser with YouTube, ETC...) seems to almost become unresponsive and when it does play, it audio is full of static, distorted, and like it's a 1/4 speed...all at the same time. I have a USB Modi DAC, but this has happened no matter what audio output I try. I'm posting this here in hopes that someone has experienced an issue like this and has solved it. I'll post my specs below. Specs: CPU - Ryzen 9 3900x GPU - EVGA RTX 2080Ti MB - MSI X570 Creation Fans - 9x Thermaltake Riing Trio Sound - Schiit Modi 2 (Also tried onboard Realtek audio as well as DAC built into Klipsch speakers - same issues) Peripherals - All Razer Steps I've tried: At first, I believed it was due to having audio effects controlling my lighting, so I disabled all of that for now. I also disabled any USB power management. I also disabled sleep as that seems to accelerate the issue. I tried the windows audio system troubleshooter, but that just seems to freeze up once this problem arises. Also, I have made sure there were no effects enabled. The only fix I have found so far is a reboot where I just wait some hours for the issue to eventually return. Sorry for the long post, but I wanted to be thorough in describing the issue. Hopefully someone can help.
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