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Nvidia Soundstorm Apu On Asus E Deluxe

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Felony 301, Apr 10, 2004.

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  1. Felony 301

    Felony 301 Thread Starter

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    Hi I Have A Home Theatre System Which I Use Fo Xbox Fo Dolby Digital Sound. The Question Im Askin Is If This Mobo Comes With A Coaxial Output Or Optical Out Fo Dolby Digital Sound. I Kno Most Mobos Use Optical But Im Already Using Da Only Optical Port On My Reciever Fo Xbox And I Was Wondering If This Mobo Uses A Coaxial Fo Sound Too Or If Any Mobo Out There Uses Coaxial Fo Surround Sound With The Certified Soundstorm Apu. I Was Goin To Upgrade My Cpu So Im Upgrading My Mobo Too So I Figured I Go With Da Ones With Da Only Sound Processing Unit That Does Dolby Digital Real Time So I Can Use My Home Theatre Speakers.i Had A Fortissmo Iii But It Gives Me Too Many Problems In Y Games As I Previously Asked Fo Any Help But I Guess Its Hopeless. Any Info Would Be Good. MOBO IM LOOKIN AT IS ASUS E DELUXE. IF THERE IS OTHER MOBOS WITH COAXIAL PLEASE TELL ME . THANK U

    My Specs
    Amd Athlon Xp 2000+ Originally Compaq S3000nx
    Switched Da 256 Ddr 2100 To A 512 Ddr And Sold 256
    Have Ati Radeon 9600 Pro
     
  2. XP-1800

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    Did my best to understand your post, but can only suggest you check the specs on the manufacturers site, where all will be revealed......:)
     
  3. zeddy

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    Yo fool, fo sure yo know that fo sure you know.....................err what is the question? "I no speaka da englese"
     
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