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A question and problem about Asus Rog Strix b760F WiFi motherboard

smyasin
Star II

Hello, my friend and I recently bought a B760F motherboard and I encountered a problem and a question: in the specifications of the motherboard, it is said that the sound card has 32bit, 384khz, but it is not the case for me! , only 32Bit 192khz is available for me! , Why?! Even for my friend, whose motherboard is the same as mine, it doesn't have this problem, he still has 32bit 384khz available, and he and I have used the latest drivers and BIOS and firmware updates!

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Jiaszzz_ASUS
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Hello, @smyasin 

May I ask if you are using headsets or speakers and if they are connected to the rear panel or the front panel of the chassis?
According to the ROG STRIX B760-F GAMING WIFI official website specifications and the user manual, spatial audio is not supported on the rear panel, so you would need to connect to the front panel to achieve 32-Bit/384 kHz playback.


In light of this, we recommend cross-testing different audio output devices and chassis ports to confirm the issue.

Thank you.

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Jiaszzz_ASUS
Moderator
Moderator

Hello, @smyasin 

May I ask if you are using headsets or speakers and if they are connected to the rear panel or the front panel of the chassis?
According to the ROG STRIX B760-F GAMING WIFI official website specifications and the user manual, spatial audio is not supported on the rear panel, so you would need to connect to the front panel to achieve 32-Bit/384 kHz playback.


In light of this, we recommend cross-testing different audio output devices and chassis ports to confirm the issue.

Thank you.

Yes that's right! My problem is solved! The point was that on the front panel of the case, using a headset with a 3.5 mm jack, the motherboard recognizes it as a headset and the frequency of 32/384 kHz is available, but when you connect the headset with a 3.5 mm jack to the back panel of the case (green) We connect the back panel. The motherboard recognizes it as a speaker and makes available up to 32bit/192khz! But this output has better performance than the front panel! Thank you.

Hello, @smyasin 

I'm glad that the problem was able to be solved.
If you encounter any further difficulties or have any concerns, please feel free to start another discussion thread or PM me anytime.

Thank you.