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What is truly better than my onboard SoundStorm

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August 10, 2004 7:36:13 AM

With an ABIT NF7-S v2.0, what would be a viable upgrade? I do not want to get a card that is not as good as the sound I already have... and I would also like it to be worth the upgrade...

Any suggestions... this will let me know if it will ever be worth it to me, money wise, to upgrade my sound...

<font color=red><b>NF7-S/Mobile Barton 2600+
210x11 1.82v SP-97
1GB Corsair XMS PC3200
BuiltByATI 9800 Pro</font color=red><font color=black>
NF7-S/Barton 2500+
200x11.5 1.76v
512MB XMS PC2700
Sapphire 9500@9700<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Titanion on 08/13/04 04:05 AM.</EM></FONT></P>

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August 15, 2004 6:58:01 PM

Do you really have any problems with your sound currently? I used to put new sound cards in all my computers, but more recently on-board sound has been pretty good. I don't really have any complaints. Unless you really have problems with sound quality, you may be just wasting money.

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August 16, 2004 5:43:30 AM

There are times in Far Cry when I get static... especially with EAX enabled... I think this has happened in other games, too... I do have a heatsink I plan to put on the south bridge...

<font color=red><b>NF7-S/Mobile Barton 2600+
210x11 1.82v SP-97
1GB Corsair XMS PC3200
BuiltByATI 9800 Pro</font color=red><font color=black>
NF7-S/Barton 2500+
200x11.5 1.76v
512MB XMS PC2700
Sapphire 9500@9700
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