I have recently purchased Diablo 3 and noticed that the sound in the cinematics of that game was out of sync and always a few seconds behind the visual and the subtitle.
I then read that overclocking of the CPU can cause that. As I usualy run my 3Ghz 960T at 4.2Ghz I decided to re-set it to the 3Ghz default.
The sound was now in sync again with the cinematic and subtitles in the game. All fixed.
- Why does overclocking the CPU affect the synchronicity between the cinematic and the sound?
- How come it does not effect cinematics in all games but only some (Diablo 3 being the first in my case)?