LatencyMon is highly unreliable. After several clicks, HDD content opening, copying small files or even just after several minutes of doing nothing/playing music it shows that my PC is unable to do anything. Everything is RED AS BLOOOOED... I miss there only pentagrams and inverted † . If its as bad as LatencyMons says, then why my PC has no problems with capturing uncompressed UYVY video via USB grabber and playing music simultaneously without drops? At least as long as video is captured to other hard drive than "music" HDD. Of course there are 2 drivers that couse these "problems" - scsiport.sys and tcpip.sys. To "upgrade" them I would need to upgrade to windows 8... Or at least Windows 7 SP2. I need to check that ML thing and avi/iso files.
To "upgrade" them I would need to upgrade to windows 8... Or at least Windows 7 SP2. I need to check that ML thing and avi/iso files.
Are Gigabyte aware that EasyTune6 (tested on GA-970A-DS3 and GA-78LMT-USB3 boards) with Win7 x64 has a very pronounced glitching effect on audio? This has been mentioned around the web: example (http://sc123a.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/how-to-fix-audio-issues-and-crashes-on.html) "After I uninstalled ET6 and restarted the computer, the audio popping was gone". You don't have to uninstall it; I use it to manage fans (and ET6 has to load - but once loaded I have to exit to ensure the very annoying glitches don't occur). This issue has occurred on every fresh install of Win 7 x64 on 3 separate recent builds, all using Gigabyte boards, all coming with ET6. Some builds have PCI sound cards, some use onboard sound -- always the same result : remove ET6 and you get glitchless audio. Please pass this on to those responsible for ET6. I can see many people returning their boards because of what they assume to be a hardware problem (I nearly did), when the real culprit was the bundled software, specifically EasyTune 6. For me it's been the one area GigaByte has really underperformed. This really needs fixing; please fix it.