ASUS Model A55VD-NS51
Color Mocha Operating System Windows 8 64-Bit CPU Type Intel Core i5-3230M 2.6GHz Screen 15.6" Memory Size 6GB DDR3 Hard Disk 500GB Optical Drive DL DVD+-RW/CD-RW Graphics Card NVIDIA Geforce GT 610M Video Memory 2GB Communication Gigabit LAN and WLAN Dimensions 14.9" x 9.9" x 1.0"-1.3" Weight 5.8 lbs.
CPU Type Intel Core i5 CPU Speed 3230M(2.60GHz) CPU Support 3MB L3 Cache
Max Turbo Frequency 3.2 GHz
Chipset Intel HM75
Screen Size 15.6" Wide Screen Support Yes Resolution 1366 x 768
Operating System Windows 8 64-Bit
GPU/VPU NVIDIA GeForce GT 610M Video Memory Dedicated 2GB Graphic Type Dedicated Card
HDD 500GB HDD RPM 5400rpm
Memory 6GB Memory Speed DDR3 1600 Memory Slot (Total) 2 Max Memory Supported 8GB
Optical Drive Type DVD±R/RW Optical Drive Spec DL DVD+-RW/CD-RW
LAN 10/100/1000Mbps WLAN 802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0
USB 1 x USB 2.0
2 x USB 3.0 Video Port 1 x VGA HDMI 1 x HDMI Audio Ports 1 x Microphone jack; 1 x Headphone jack
Keyboard Numeric Keypad, Chiclet Style
Card Reader SD only Webcam 0.3MP
Style Standard Type Mainstream Usage Consumer
Battery 50WHrs, 4700mAh, 3S2P, 6-cell Li-ion Battery pack
Dimensions 14.9" x 9.9" x 1.0"-1.3" Weight 5.8 lbs.
Has anyone updated their RGC to the latest software that was released in November? I don't know if they posted an announcement about the bugs they modified. If someone is willing to link me to it so I can review it on my end.
Windows Live Messenger shouldn't cause an issue nor Xsplit as I have them installed.
How did I found out about Skype's audio? Well, I was streaming and I enable Skype and all of a sudden. My viewers heard a loud sound. Then I disable it and it was gone.
There could be another program that messes up with the audio. I am unsure what kind of programs you might have. Overall, I haven't used Skype in 4+ weeks on my computer that has RGC. I haven't experience an audio issue.
This is when I had Skype enable.
With Skype not running at all. I can play FPS now.
You can see the huge difference.
Lol, by console. I mean. Make sure it's not too close to the device itself. Have them in a good space. Just like a cellphone. You can have it close to the computer. Get the closer to the computer and you'll get static's sound. You get my drift.
Do NOT use Skype. Skype must be disable.
Click ctrl+del+alt and find Skype.exe and turn it off. Uninstall Roxio and reinstall it. Reboot your computer and if Skype logs in. Log out and close it again (ctrl+alt+del) and find Skype.exe . Then, run RGC.
At the moment, Skype is causing a problem.
If you're experiencing a flickering. Please remove any other electronics around the device (consoles, phones, laptops, ipod, ipad, etc). This is causing an interference.
If not, please make sure the cords are properly installed (no damage to it).
1: What kind of console are you running?
2: Do you have TWO components? 1 for the capture device and 1 for your console?
If you see images and audio on your computer and not TV. That means you're running under 1 component or your TV's setting is incorrect.
I manage to pin down the situation (temporary).
Since then, I haven't had an issue.
If you have Skype installed and it's running (even if you're not signed in). Your audio will be boost up. If you have it close (not running in the background) and you reinstall it. You will never get a bass/static sound unless you load Skype.exe
Check your manufacture's website.
You can attempt to install Realtek HD Audio.