GPU: MSI GTX560Ti Twin Frozr II OC 880/4200 (factory overclock)
CPU: Intel (G0) Q6600@email@example.com | MB: DFI LP LT X48-T2R | RAM: Kingston (PC2-8500C5) 2x2048=4096@1098mhz@5-5-5-15-TRD5@2.2v
OS: Win7 Ult x64 Sp1 | PSU: Antec TP-650 | Monitor: Dell 2312HM 1920x1080@60hz
HDD: Samsung F3 1TB HD103SJ, WD 1.5TB WD15EARX | DVD: Pioneer DVR-218L, LiteOn iHAS624
HID: Logitech Mx518 (usb) | Logitech deluxe 250 (ps2) | Generic infrared kb/mouse receiver (usb) for Logitech Harmony 300
24/7 Software: Firefox 12 | MSI Afterburner | Logitech Setpoint | Telnet client
Notes: x64-Prime95 stable@blend or small FFT@24hrs | IntelBurnTest@High@50 runs
Zero TDRs on 275.33 | TDRs during 280.xx -> 290.36 | Persist memory corruption requiring cold reboot
ok but how do you want the sound to work? through your display's builtin speakers via HDMI? Via stereo speakers/headphones?
To answer the question that is the title of the thread in a roundabout manner: If you are not using the Nvidia audio you can disable the High Definition Audio Controller that is related to the graphics card.
Device manager > display adapters > choose graphics card > properties > details > hardware ids [make a note of the subsys_XXXXXXXX]
Device manager > system devices > high definition audio controller (each in turn) > properties > details > hardware ids [If the subsys_XXXXXXX matches that of the graphics card, you can disable this device. Right click > disable.
Note: If you are using the nvidia audio, chances are you will need the nvidia audio driver.
It's hard to tell but maybe you just need to type sound in the start menu to reach the control panel and choose which device you want as default audio. Tv(hdmi)/Speakers/Digital hd out/usb steelseries thing.
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