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    Just to add some information I forgot in my previous post:
    In addition to "Turbo Boost", "C1E", "C3" and "C6" I also disabled "SPEEDSTEP"

    Im running Windows 7 64b SP1 Enterprise

    M-Audio Drivers: Delta Series Driver 6_0_8
    GFX Drivers: 296.10
    Mobo Drivers:
    Intel_Chipset_V9301019_XPVistaWin7
    BIOS P8Z68-V-PRO-ASUS-3203
    Intel_Gigabit_V16500_XPVistaWin7
    SATA IRST_V10621001_XPVistaWin7
    Asmedia_USB3_V11410_XPVistaWin7

    Ps. also make sure to go into your advanced power profile and set processor minimun and maximum state to 100%, never turn off hard disks neither hibernate or stand by. (Hibernate and stand by are a personal recommendation tho, nothing related with clicks and pops, its just that its something bound to rise some hardware conflict or shorten the lifespan of your hardware IMO)

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    M-Audio products do no support the use of Stand-by or Hibernate modes, and can result in BSOD's when waking up, so if a user is complaining about a BSOD when waking the computer up, there's the problem.

    As far as the rest of your changes in the BIOS, this will work for some users, but it's not a universal fix, some motherboards do not contain the options to disable the "deep sleep" and "deeper sleep" power options for CPUs.
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    Are you saying that they could then fix the problem by releasing a BIOS update with these options?

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    No these options are present in the original BIOS already I just had to disable them.. just keep in mind that this particular mobo, Asus P8Z67-v Pro, and its chipset, Z68, are newer than P67 and H67 and it does have many settings available for overclocking and fine tunning... really a great mobo

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    Yeah what I'm saying is I don't think my BIOS has these options, so what Intel could do is release a BIOS update that adds the options you mentionned and it would maybe fix the problem?

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    Because of how motherboards are designed, some of these settings wouldn't be able to be "added" in a BIOS update.

    Also, the way technology is going, the older PCI bus is being phased out more and more.
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    Hey,
    I have:
    i7 2600k
    Gigabyte Z68X-UD5-B3
    2x GTX560s (driver version : 8.17.12.9610)
    16gb ram

    Hope that helps.

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    This thread made for interesting reading. I built a new system last year based on an ASUS P8H61-M LE board. I had no idea about the PCI issue. When I installed my 1010LT, I had a strange problem with it at first regarding a tinny sound, but managed to fix that with Windows settings, and since then it's been fine.

    Only problem I have had is an occasional crackling on recordings, which is not present on monitoring, only upon playback. Irritating, because I don't know if it has manifested until I review the recording. It only happens rarely, and seems random. This is what brought me to this thread. I don't know if it's related to this Sandy Bridge PCI issue or not.

    I notice that the notes for the 5076 driver mention a fix for a "capture noise issue that occurs on Delta Series devices." I'm currently using 5074, so I may try the latest driver to see if it solves the problem.

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    Cool

    I've come across this popping and crackling issue with my new IB z77 build.

    I've seemed to stopped it by doing the following in the BIOS

    Overclocking Section:
    Turbo mode = Disable

    CPU Section:
    CPU C3 State = Disable
    CPU C6 State = Disable

    I've been testing playback for about 30mins with headphones on and not one single pop or click.

    System:
    IB i7-3770 3.4GHz
    ASRock z77 Extreme 4 (Bios 1.30)
    M-Audio Delta 192
    ATI HD6000 Series
    Dell PERC 5/i
    Last edited by A_Man_Eating_Duck; 05-10-2012 at 02:09 AM. Reason: Narrowing down the BIOS Option that need to be Disabled.

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    just to add to the previous post

    Overclocking Section:
    Speed Step = Disable

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