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RE: A funny thing happened after cPlay 2.0b33

Still operating w/o the dreadful noise but with a tradeoff (there always seems to be a tradeoff). When I try to lower my clock and / or core voltage the system gets unstable...it boots but collapses in a horrible loud sound after playing awhile. As long as I can can decouple my dac it causes no harm but once I didn't and it burned up my amp (since repaired under warranty). But it looks like Ryelands was correct my problem all along has been marginal stability. Only argument counter is that I have tried 2 mobo's, 2 cpu's with same results.

What really improved my static-ee noise I believe was loading my I2S lines with 22 ohm resistors. System got way more stable after this (wrt to the metallics or static-ee noise that is).

Anyway I have a good work around and as long as I run 147 hcc and .875 volts I'm ok.

And I should repeat cPlay 2.0b33 also is the least susceptible to static-ee/metallic noise since
cPlay 2.0b18.

What this all really means I'll leave to the computer experts but it at least offers my experience to others who may have this issue.



Edits: 12/10/09

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