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I mentioned recently the joy of using RMClock to enable Cool'n'Quiet on my Athlon 64 FX system. It really does work reasonably well, but I've noticed a nasty problem: when the clock speed moves up or down, the change injects a bunch of static into any audio stream playing on my M-Audio Revolution card. I'm not sure which is worse: constant fan noise above what I want, or occasional static during processor load spikes. Have any of you guys noticed a similar problem with clock throttling, either via RMClock or otherwise? I wonder if this problem is confined to RMClock, to the M-Audio card, to my Asus SK8N mobo, or perhaps the combination of two or three of those elements. Anybody else notice this problem? Anybody using RMClock without this problem?
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