Latest Realtek HD Audio Driver Version

  1. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #2201

    But you can hear in the second video, Nickelback won the loudness war hands down
    Latest Realtek HD Audio Driver Version-image.png
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       #2202

    Cliff S said:
    But you can hear in the second video, Nickelback won the loudness war hands down
    Latest Realtek HD Audio Driver Version-image.png
    If definitely did!!!!!
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    Cliff S said:
    Or
    Or this?



    Never been a huge fan of them, but I do like a few songs here and there - this is one for sure.
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    I've been on a big Sevendust kick for the last several months, slowly reintroducing myself to some of the albums I had previously not paid as much attention to. And there is my undying love for The Prodigy, and my anticipation of seeing them live again when they came my way in May, only to have Keith tragically pass. Between that, older Iron Maiden and a lot of early millennia trance mixes, I'm usually happy.
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    Kbird said:
    Microsoft is just slow updating the MUC it is why most of us get them at Necacom or Station Drivers or even Laptop2Go has a good Realtek Thread with the latest Drivers.

    Looks like you have an ALC892 Chip which is supported by 8648....

    KB
    Thanks, could you tell me in which file my hardware ID is found? I have searched the files but couldn't find it. I have Windows 1803 btw.

    My hardware ID is:
    HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0892&SUBSYS_1458A182
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    JohnnyGui said:
    Thanks, could you tell me in which file my hardware ID is found? I have searched the files but couldn't find it. I have Windows 1803 btw.

    My hardware ID is:
    HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0892&SUBSYS_1458A182
    Try this, if you're using the legacy HDA Realtek driver

    Determine the HDA Realtek driver needed for your Audio - Windows 10 Forums
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       #2207

    ddelo said:
    Try this, if you're using the legacy HDA Realtek driver

    Determine the HDA Realtek driver needed for your Audio - Windows 10 Forums
    Thanks, so if I find the "code" for my audio device using your link, where should I look in the driver files to know if it's for that code? (I want the driver with the Realtek Audio Control Panel btw)
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    JohnnyGui said:
    Thanks, could you tell me in which file my hardware ID is found? I have searched the files but couldn't find it. I have Windows 1803 btw.

    My hardware ID is:
    HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0892&SUBSYS_1458A182

    You cannot verify the HardwareID in the files of your driver, because it's not included in any of the driver files.
    It is the user's responsibility to select the correct driver for the Audio Device HardwareID.

    The only way to verify that the driver you installed is for your HarweareID, open PowerShell as Administrator and run this command:

    Code:
    Get-CimInstance Win32_PnPSignedDriver | where {$_.DriverProviderName -Match 'Realtek' -and $_.DeviceClass -match 'MEDIA'} | select DeviceName, DriverVersion, DriverProviderName, HardWareID | FL
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    ddelo said:
    You cannot verify the HardwareID in the files of your driver, because it's not included in any of the driver files.
    It is the user's responsibility to select the correct driver for the Audio Device HardwareID.

    The only way to verify that the driver you installed is for your HarweareID, open PowerShell as Administrator and run this command:

    Code:
    Get-CimInstance Win32_PnPSignedDriver | where {$_.DriverProviderName -Match 'Realtek' -and $_.DeviceClass -match 'MEDIA'} | select DeviceName, DriverVersion, DriverProviderName, HardWareID | FL
    And how do you determinate that is the correct driver after you run this command?
    If the HardwareID from the results from this command it's the same HardwareID that we see from Device Manager informations?
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  10. Cliff S's Avatar
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    Just something to throw out there:

    In the forums we get some members having problems supposedly with latency and and getting audio Rice Krispies sound(Snap Crackle Pop).

    I wonder now if it could be their DAC chips and not their Realtek chips?

    I mean in my motherboards specifications the say I have ESS® ES9023P Sabre 24 bit DAC:
    ESS Technology :: ES9023

    http://www.esstech.com/files/4114/40..._PB_101103.pdf

    Time Domain Jitter Eliminator, the ES9023 delivers jitter-free studio quality audio with 112dB DNR.
    So I wonder if their DACs are the problem on lower end boards?

    Or the problem is their DAC is 24 bit, but they try to use 32-Bit/192kHz playback in Realtek(which for playback has ABSOLUTELY no benefit to sound, and is for recording extremely quiet things, and to avoid clipping during recording, before being converted to 48kHz/16 bit for distribution).

    Using way to high settings, and not ones where the Realtek chip, the DAC and the recording all jive, will cause the system to use a little more processing time causing latency.
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