microguru ha scritto:se continui ad avere problemi, prova con il driver "asio4all" e vedi se te lo supporta (non credo sia la soluzione, ma tentar non nuoce)
Q: I have installed ASIO4ALL but there seems to be no change in latency or anything. When I select the control panel on the desktop, the sample rate is grayed out (Version 1.x). So what?
A: Chances are you never worked with ASIO before. I wasn't thinking that this may become a FAQ but here we go: You have to set up your audio software to use ASIO in order to notice any change. How this is done depends on your particular audio software and there usually is some sort of an audio configuration dialog. The sample rate is always grayed out if the control panel is launched from the desktop, this is per design. Please use the "ASIO Control Panel" button from inside your audio application in order to adjust the driver settings instead. About every audio application has such an option and the desktop control panel is only for those few that do not. ASIO4ALL will definitely not do anything to the sound output of your games etc. Please refer to the first question in the list for that matter. If you were told somewhere that this is going to "overclock" your sound card or BS like that, this is not my fault and no, it does not "overclock" your sound card.
microguru ha scritto:Sometimes, the audio software indeed would not provide an ASIO control panel option. This is the case with e.g. Winamp and Foobar 2000, for which ASIO output plugins exist.
Mikizo ha scritto:PS: questa piccola "diatriba" tra me e microguru su ASIO4ALL si trascina di topic in topic, lo so, ma se non discutiamo, che sfizio c'è?
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