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Audio Driver CPU usage

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Ask the maker for other drivers.

Or disable that and get a sound card.

I won't write about turning off effects since your post wrote nothing about that. I'll have to take your word it's stock and simple.
Bob

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Maybe

Your link leads to the latest drivers.....scroll down.

Do you have those installed?

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Yes, I have the latest drivers installed.

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