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  1. Posts : 78
    Windows 10
       #211

    ddelo said:
    I'm afraid there will be no HDA drivers for W11.
    Take a look here
    I manage to get this driver to work with no problem!
    AUDIO_Realtek_HDA_ASUS_ROG-TUF-PRIME_DTS&RTK_MB_v6.0.9205.1
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  2. pietcorus2's Avatar
    Posts : 1,855
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #212

    " AUDIO_Realtek_HDA_ASUS_ROG-TUF-PRIME_DTS&RTK_MB_v6.0.9205.1"............yes, works very good in Win10/11 !
    So far its latest also.........
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  3. Posts : 50
    Windows 10 Professional x64 Version 21H1
       #213

    elajits said:
    I manage to get this driver to work with no problem!
    AUDIO_Realtek_HDA_ASUS_ROG-TUF-PRIME_DTS&RTK_MB_v6.0.9205.1
    pietcorus2 said:
    " AUDIO_Realtek_HDA_ASUS_ROG-TUF-PRIME_DTS&RTK_MB_v6.0.9205.1"............yes, works very good in Win10/11 !
    So far its latest also.........
    Thank you both for this feedback.
    I tried to explain in my previous post that DCH drivers are nothing magic, and that W11 processor requirements are synthetic/artificial... and extremely stupid idea in the current turbulent times of shortage of every kind.

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    ddelo said:
    And that's one of the reasons of the strict CPU list. To have systems, after early 2018 which can use DCH drivers.
    Can you please give some reference for that claim? I mean the connection between DCH drivers and "only after early 2018" CPUs? I was unable to find DCHs as a reason for the strict CPU list. It's more of a MS taking the pretty much arbitrary convenience. And encourage ditching tens of millions of perfectly functional PCs into e-waste.
    New MacOS will support computers from 2013. MS will kill 3 years old PCs...
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  4. Posts : 78
    Windows 10
       #214

    pietcorus2 said:
    " AUDIO_Realtek_HDA_ASUS_ROG-TUF-PRIME_DTS&RTK_MB_v6.0.9205.1"............yes, works very good in Win10/11 !
    So far its latest also.........
    Yea i did also try this one and it worked but had some weird distortion
    AUDIO_Realtek_HDA_ASUS_ROG-TUF-PRIME_DTS&RTK_MB_v6.0.9132.1
    it can be my system to i dunno!
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  5. pietcorus2's Avatar
    Posts : 1,855
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #215

    " it can be my system to i dunno! "...........best is to uninstall completely first , after reboot , install latest 9205............
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  6. ddelo's Avatar
    Posts : 2,379
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #216

    Andy Roid said:
    Can you please give some reference for that claim? I mean the connection between DCH drivers and "only after early 2018" CPUs? I was unable to find DCHs as a reason for the strict CPU list. It's more of a MS taking the pretty much arbitrary convenience. And encourage ditching tens of millions of perfectly functional PCs into e-waste.
    New MacOS will support computers from 2013. MS will kill 3 years old PCs...
    I'm not a Microsoft employee or affiliated to Microsoft in any way, so I can't give any "inside" information regarding the connection of DCH drivers and Microsoft's decision to restrict some CPUs from W11.
    I just made a logical assumption, that since they restrict older CPUs, it might have also to do (besides their official claims regarding security reasons) with their new DCH driver approach.
    If that is a valid assumption or not, only Microsoft can answer. And you're most probably right saying that "It's more of a MS taking the pretty much arbitrary convenience". A decision that will help its partners (OEMs) sell new PCs!!!
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  7. Posts : 50
    Windows 10 Professional x64 Version 21H1
       #217

    @ddelo
    I am also not connected with MS in any way, but I have two exactly the same systems - ASRock/Z270/i7-7700K, and on top of that, there is additional originally sealed i7-7700K in my drawer that was intended for a 3rd system. It's not hard to imagine I'm not too happy with the development. People with 8th+ gen systems don't care much and are playing with W11 while I had to take the time and read about MS decision in more detail to see why, hoping 7th gen might be included in the end. And most articles out there are very critical about surprising MS enforcement.
    One great article is "Windows 11 will leave millions of PCs behind, and Microsoft is struggling to explain why" (with subtitle "Microsoft’s big security push is complicated").

    So I just wanted to emphasize and illustrate that 8th+ gen requirement has nothing to do with drivers. It can't be justified with only enhanced security either (BTW: TPM 2.0 already has few flaws listed on Wikipedia) so there must be something else.
    And I agree with your conclusion that "this something" can be a help from MS to increase the profits of OEMs... many people will have to buy new PCs, me included.
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  8. Posts : 49
    Windows 10 Pro
       #218

    Does any of the driver's support a low pass filter of some kind?

    The center/sub port on mine is unused mainly due to the fact that it only works with support applications and most apps don't use that channel nor is most content a weird 3 channel source.

    I am currently just using a splitters and setting the low pass on the sub itself.
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  9. Posts : 883
    Windows 10
       #219

    Sharif said:
    Does any of the driver's support a low pass filter of some kind?

    The center/sub port on mine is unused mainly due to the fact that it only works with support applications and most apps don't use that channel nor is most content a weird 3 channel source.

    I am currently just using a splitters and setting the low pass on the sub itself.
    There is no such thing as 2.1 audio format. 2.1 speakers is just bogus marketing speak.

    When you enable "full range speakers", the computer will send 20-20k Hz to your speakers. Your speakers will then split the audio signal and send something 20-80 Hz (this filter is inside your speakers) to the subwoofer.

    When you don't enable full range speakers, the computer will create its own high pass filter and send something like 60-20k Hz to your speakers. Your speakers will then split the audio signal and send something like 60-80 Hz to your subwoofer. So you lost most of your low end audio signal (20-60 Hz).

    Latest Realtek HD Audio Driver Version [3]-s1.png
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  10. Posts : 49
    Windows 10 Pro
       #220

    sandyt said:
    There is no such thing as 2.1 audio format. 2.1 speakers is just bogus marketing speak.

    When you enable "full range speakers", the computer will send 20-20k Hz to your speakers. Your speakers will then split the audio signal and send something 20-80 Hz (this filter is inside your speakers) to the subwoofer.

    When you don't enable full range speakers, the computer will create its own high pass filter and send something like 60-20k Hz to your speakers. Your speakers will then split the audio signal and send something like 60-80 Hz to your subwoofer. So you lost most of your low end audio signal (20-60 Hz).

    Latest Realtek HD Audio Driver Version [3]-s1.png
    Thanks for the heads up, I never thought about that and thankfully already had full range turned on.

    In my case, I am not using a traditional 2.1 setup, the full signal is being sent to both my bookshelf speakers with their own built in amp and another T'd signal to my subwoofer with it's own amp, I currently have the low pass set on that device. It just feels silly to use a t splitter, when I know the sound card could likely do it if it was programed to do so.

    I had an old xonar sound card ages ago that basically could do that, albeit I think it was more of a bug since I remember it didn't work anymore once I updated the driver
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