HDMI Audio Choppy on some emulators

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    Hell All, First Time Poster.
    Just got my RetroPie Running, and notice a few issues. I am using a pi 2 B+. On some emulators (n64, snes) right now the HDMI audio is choppy, other emulators (NES) work fine. Does anybody have any thoughts on this? I would like to stick to HDMI Audio.



    Are you running RetroPie 3 final? Have you overclocked the Pi?
    Which game/emulator combo has an issue?

    If you try Super Mario World on the SNES, do you have the issue with snes9x-next as well as pocketsnes?

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    Yes I am running the 3 Final. I will try to overclock. I have not tried any of those yet. Do you have any recommended settings for overclocking (Without burning up the pi), I am a bit new to the Pi Emulator game.

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