Volume turns up by itself while gaming.

manuelmra158302db

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Hello everyone. I've recently bought a ge66 raider and something about the volume system is kinda off. For example, when I start a game, the volume is pretty low (talking about the stereo sound, not with headphones plugged in etc) considering that the fans are spinning faster than their normal speed so I check the volume options and everything's at max volume. After some time into the game, the volume suddenly turns up by itself to a decent level where I can hear it well. The question is, can I turn it up by myself from some setting I've yet to find or does it just work like that by default? I'm pretty sure it's got something to do with setting the "extreme perfomance" mode on the msi dragon center so that after the pc reaches a certain threshold temperature, the volume cranks up even higher, just my thoughts though. Let me know! Thanks in advance
 

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Hello everyone. I've recently bought a ge66 raider and something about the volume system is kinda off. For example, when I start a game, the volume is pretty low (talking about the stereo sound, not with headphones plugged in etc) considering that the fans are spinning faster than their normal speed so I check the volume options and everything's at max volume. After some time into the game, the volume suddenly turns up by itself to a decent level where I can hear it well. The question is, can I turn it up by myself from some setting I've yet to find or does it just work like that by default? I'm pretty sure it's got something to do with setting the "extreme perfomance" mode on the msi dragon center so that after the pc reaches a certain threshold temperature, the volume cranks up even higher, just my thoughts though. Let me know! Thanks in advance
Have you tried uninstalling audio drivers in device manager and installing new ones?
 

manuelmra158302db

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You mean uninstalling and then reinstalling them or actually find new drivers? Cuz if the case is the 2nd I wouldn't know where to find them
 
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