New memberUsername: Nelorzoul
Post Number: 1
I've never had a dedicated sound card - although I figured buying one would fix this issue. The problem, however, is that I've always used onboard motherboard sound and, just recently, I purchased a MUCH newer and substantially "better" motherboard and I am still experiencing these issues - despite the definite increase in onboard audio quality that should be present.
That being said, I really want to fix this problem. I've actually had the entire speaker system replaced by Logitech and, unfortunately, that has not helped either - so the problem is not the system itself, I hope.
Will a dedicated sound card fix this problem? I'm very reluctant to drop the money on one unless there's a very good chance, given the circumstances, that it is going to eliminate the speaker "crashing" sounds and improve sound quality to, at least, beyond the level of my G35 headset.