Supports AMD Socket 939 Athlon 64 64FX/Athlon
NVIDIA nForce4 SLI
PCI Express Architecture
SATA 3Gb / s
Dual Gigabit LAN & AI NET2
AI Audio (8-channel)
Sound Chipset Realtek AC97:
- Gre on 7.1, with effects and everything (nickel for games and DVDs, and satisfying if you have no Coutes pure hi-fi for music: no need to invest more) but mismanagement of the optical SPDIF output, however.
- For the Music, Management 16/96, but the microphone is really the buzz, it's rev limit. Prob too much to grate "in house" (VSTi style, even if it was a cabbage with Asio4All latency) but more difficult workable ds we do A / D Too few opportunities for routing or management of drivers. Overall, even with home-studio needs limits, you feel faster and we see the brid intrt to spend well above. It allows, however, spend a few months to start using it all without too much damage, and with sufficient quality dj and models to make some very nice hacks.
For mre card in itself:
Not too sr NCESS of the SLI, but otherwise card "up to date" trs complte, versatile and scrolls, making sure until trs Submitted a high stability use with the addition of good secondary components (watch the memory: no no-name is a base). I'm looking forward passage gnralis 64-bit architecture to take full part.
EDIT: APRS uses the chipset fan is noisy particulirement and is therefore impractical to change. Otherwise, just roll, there's even an update drivers for the sound card (for nvidia, available from the Asus site), with an interface more complte, ergonomic, and RESOLUTION on the dcrochages the optical output.