Reduce crackling noises from malwarebytes to zero

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  1. boombastik

    boombastik Registered Member

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    It is a wellknown problem that ip protection produce dpc latency.
    So after a week of tests i find some ways to reduce dpc and crackling noises.
    1) first make sure that ur storage controllers , sound controllers, and network controllers have ecxlusive irq.
    If u have sound controller and nic controller to share irqs disable all onboard conrollers that u dont use and restart ur machine. If not fix this the solution is simple
    disable the onboard nic and u can buy a new nic for only 10 Euro ( i did this)
    2)make sure in nic properties u have set tranmit buffers and recieve buffers to maximum
    3) if u use avast disable option: use intelligent steam scanning (in web shield)
    (inteligent stream scanning + malwarebytes ip protection produce crackling noises i dont know why)
     
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    Re: Reduse crackling noises from malwarebytes to zero

    I post it.
    I think that when intelligent web scanning of avast is enabled every byte that pass from avast's web shield is rescanned from malwarebytes ip protection.
     
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