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NahimicAPI

1mluer
Level 11
What programs use this ? I noticed both 32 and 64 bit version loaded for some reason. I would like to understand what it is used for with ASUS ?
InWin 909 Silver RGB build
i9-10900k
ROG Maximus XII Apex
ROG Matrix 2080 ti
Gskill Trident Royal 4400 16g

Everything overclocked and love it.
ROG Awesomeness !!!!
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1mluer
Level 11
Well that's ashame.. I am not running sonic studio and don't have it loaded on my system.. Wonder if I can just remove it ?
InWin 909 Silver RGB build
i9-10900k
ROG Maximus XII Apex
ROG Matrix 2080 ti
Gskill Trident Royal 4400 16g

Everything overclocked and love it.
ROG Awesomeness !!!!

1mluer wrote:
Well that's ashame.. I am not running sonic studio and don't have it loaded on my system.. Wonder if I can just remove it ?


Hi,

NahimicService (which is one of the elements of the Nahimic/Sonic Studio III integration files) can generate bugs/conflicts with software/games/other drivers (Example : Chrome startup hanging a few seconds) which are sometimes very complex to detect and that A-Volute (Nahimic/Sonic Studio creator) are rather long to fix.

In order to have a pure Realtek version of the drivers, without NahimicService or other third party, a more stable system, I use and I propose the Standalone version.

Here is the latest version for ROG motherboards (if you want switch to Standalone version, use the FIRST INSTALL/CLEAN INSTALL tutorial of Standalone install type) : https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?105341-DRIVERS-Realtek-HD-Audio-(UAD)