Topic: LatencyMon and Windows 10 1909
Does somebody know whats the issue with Windows 10 1909 ?
Since I upgraded to Windows 10 1909 (because Win7 support has been ended by M$)
I am getting regular and relatively long audio outages of more than half a second
hen playing back music through MusicBee and foobar2000 on an otherwise IDLE system
using the RME ASIO driver (UFX+).
This happens in time intervals of around 15 minutes, sometimes more, sometimes less.
Its not the typical crackling, a really long audio outage of more than half a second.
When looking at LatencyMon 6.71 kernel latency measurings, then I see permanently a change between 19, 25 and 1000 microseconds. Every 3rd value is around 1000 microseconds which is a lot.
Under win7 my systems kernel latency timer was permanently below 80 microseconds, mostly between 2 and 20 microseconds.
Does somebody else made same expernience ? Is Windows 10 1909 so buggy ?
Or does this time the upgrade installation fail, which in the past worked very well ?
Windows 10 1909
MADIface USB driver 0.9700, UFX+ SW version 42
ASIO Buffersizes 32 / 128
UFX+ is connected to Sonnet Allegro Pro, the old model of PCIe card with 4x FL1100 USB3 chip on board.
Xenon 1650v3, Supermicro X10SRi-F, 32 GB DRAM, Samsung 860 EVO 1TB SSD
GPU: MSI GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER Gaming X Trio
As testing is so time consuming I did not get ironed out the root cause of this.
All that I can tell, that this never happened under Win7 also not after changing GPU from GTX 980 to RTX 2070 Super.
Ok, could of course still be a driver issue.
Before everybody says .. fresh installation .. is there somebody with fresh installation and having the same issues ?
How are your LatencyMon results if you change preferences to test with "kernel latency timer" ?
Many thanks for your kind support upfront.
Any proposals to iron out quickly in what area this could be ?
Maybe removing nVidia driver and using M$ VESA / standard driver and re-measure with LatencyMon to exclude nVidia driver in the 1st place ? I chanded to nVidia Studio Driver: v431.70 last recently because of connecting a wide gamut monitor, but gave it back. Now back to normal monitor, but kept this driver in the hope, that it gives more quality, as it doesn't get so many changes.
X10SRi-F, Win10 Pro 1909, Cubase, UFX+, Octamic XTC, ADI-2 Pro FS BE/R BE, RayDAT, ARC USB