Does anyone have issues with DeckLink Studio card and Ivy Bridge processors?
I have recently purchased new computer with i7-3770k 3.5 Ghz Ivy Bridge processor, ASUS P8H67 motherboard, nVidia GTS 450 gpu and 2x4 GB Kingston HyperX 1600 RAM (other components are not important to mention them) and I have installed Win7 x64 Pro OS.
My problem is that I don't have any Video/Audio In or Out from any of my DeckLink Studio cards. I have to mention that they work on all other computers like a charm, with no problems. Other computers are based on AMD Phenom II x4 and x6, Intel Core2Quad,Intel i5 and i7 (Sandy Bridge) processors with Win7 x64 Pro OS installed.
I have tried with all drivers from 9 series (from oldest to the newest), but it still won't work. I use EDIUS v5, v5.5 and v6.05, Adobe Premiere CS5, CS5.5 and CS6, Cinegy Desktop and Cinegy Air. All softwares can see card but still nothing happens.
I believe that the problem is in incompatibility between CPU and Ivy Bridge Processor. Do you have any other idea what can be problem and how to sole it?
I recently purchased a Dell Vostro 470, which has an Intel H77 Chipset with a i7-3770, Windows 7 64 bit and am having the same problem. I have tried a Studio 2 and a Decklink SDI and can't get either to work. I only tried the 9.6.1 driver.
Sadly no, I didn't found anything to solve the problem. I have found that on some motherboards with Ivy Bridge processors works only if you put them into PCIe x16 slot, but I couldn't do that 'cos then I won't be able to use graphic card since I don't have any integrated VGA or two PCIe x16 slots on it.
Also, in meantime, I have tried older PCI DeckLink PRO card to work with on same computer, but with no result. First I thought that the problem is incompatibility with the chipset on my motherboard, but then I have found few guys that work with almost the same computer configuration (all but processors) and they have said that everything works just perfect, so I came to the conclusion that the problem is only with Ivy Bridge processor that I use (they are using Sandy Bridge from i5 and i7 family).