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5 months 3 weeks ago #3373 by Blackra1n

Melchior wrote:

SM-003 wrote: Can you or anyone explain what are all those FFxx series how many of them exist in all total & what are the usage of having so many different FFxx? I mean a good chart mentioning all along with the ALC codec best compatibility should have been pinned at top for ease of convenced for all.


That is a good idea... I second this request for a chart...


Yeah, this is a huge topic. For sure it would be better to have the first page with explanations/table and then when the new drivers appear, just to update the OP..
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5 months 3 weeks ago #3374 by Pacman
About various Realtek FFxx releases, these are the ones i know of, and what they mean:

FF00 Generic
FF01 with FMAPO
FF03 with Nahimic
FF04 with CXAPO
FF06 with MaxxAudio
FF10 with Creative
FF0C with DTS/SST

Info is from a post by "alanfox2000" that i saved this from for reference.
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5 months 3 weeks ago - 5 months 3 weeks ago #3378 by erpster96

Pacman wrote: About various Realtek FFxx releases, these are the ones i know of, and what they mean:

FF00 Generic
FF01 with FMAPO
FF03 with Nahimic
FF04 with CXAPO
FF06 with MaxxAudio
FF10 with Creative
FF0C with DTS/SST

Info is from a post by "alanfox2000" that i saved this from for reference.


these FFxx releases only apply to standard/legacy HDA drivers
UAD/DCH drivers have no FFxx designations

edit - also there were once FF02, FF05, FF0F & FF11 versions mentioned by ex58 but were discontinued a few years ago

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this just in - v6.0.8947.1 UAD (driver date 5/05/2020) from Hewlett-Packard (posted 6/4/2020) ( release notes )

sp104060 ( http link ) ( ftp link )


SM-003 wrote:
can I use this in my old dh67bl mobo having ALC892 Realtek audio codec?


well SM-003 since you can not use 8940 HDA from the sp103828 package from HP, you CAN use this newly released 8940 HDA FF04 driver from MS Update which is generic - ( 148.9mb cab download )
-generic hdxrt.inf file included in this 8940 hda cab package - this one can only be used on 64bit Win10 as it's WHQL for Win10 x64 only and non-WHQL (unsigned) for any Windows version before Win10
Last edit: 5 months 3 weeks ago by erpster96.
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5 months 2 weeks ago #3379 by Melchior

Pacman wrote: About various Realtek FFxx releases, these are the ones i know of, and what they mean:

FF00 Generic
FF01 with FMAPO
FF03 with Nahimic
FF04 with CXAPO
FF06 with MaxxAudio
FF10 with Creative
FF0C with DTS/SST

Info is from a post by "alanfox2000" that i saved this from for reference.


Thx for the info Pacman..
not sure which one my Mobo uses other then generic... FF00
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5 months 2 weeks ago #3380 by MrPepka
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5 months 2 weeks ago #3381 by ex58

MrPepka wrote: It looks like new drivers 6.0.8940.1 FF04 have appeared - turbobit.net/tf0xwi4c594v/Sound_Realtek_...short_domain=turb.to


Look at 2 posts above your post......:blush:
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