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    Abit-AS8 Audio

    I've had the Abit-AS8 for over a year now and am very pleased with it However, the audio output carries with it an odd noise. I don't know if it's interference or some other factor. I have the latest drivers installed but the noise just won't go away. Any solutions or will I just have to live with it?


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    Is the "Line in" and "microphone" options muted within the sound panel ?

    To be honest, ive always found that there is a little background noise on Abit boards when using onboard sound. They seem to be very sensitive to grounding.
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    a failure of most onboard solutions is electrical interference, drove me to purchase a soundcard and Ive never looked back

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    I use the microphone, but line in isn't muted. I'll try that.
    Edit: There is less noise now but still a small amount. I probably will be getting a soundcard soon anyway.


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    I agree.
    The sound quality is fantastic for around £50 or so.

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