AMD Compatibility?

Hey - I'm a newbie, so my apologies if I breach any netiquette rules...

Basically, I'm looking to build a new computer - I'm going into engineering at unversity and want something that will have some serious power but keep costs reasonable. I've basically settled on either the Athlon 1.33 or 1.4, but I have a couple of questions:

1) A friend said they had been told not to buy AMD due to serious software compatibility issues. However, they couldn't give me any examples. I haven't heard of any problems with the T-Birds in this regard - has anyone else? I know there are some hardware / driver conflict issues with the Via chipsets (esp. SB products and some video cards), and that the K6-2 had Win95 issues, but not T-Bird specific software problems. Specific examples would be appreciated - I've found past postings vaguely hinting at issues but not giving any concrete examples.

2) Is it worth the extra $ to buy a 1.4 over a 1.33? I'll be doing CAD work and sound editing, but I'm not sure I'll notice a difference for 66MHz... On the other hand, the cost gap is not huge.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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  1. Well AMD is your best choice in CPU at the moment. Alot of people in this board will clain here and there that there are some issues with software, but that just Intel die hard lovers and nothing more. As they cannot name a single app that wont work with a Athlon.

    I suggest you go for the best bang for the buck and get yourself a good mb perhaps a Abit Kg7 and a 1.4 Tbird.

    Hope that helps a bit.


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  2. 1. software compatibility? I havent seen any such problem with any software refusing to run on AMD, with a single exception of SolidWorks99, a 3D modelling software a friend uses in his company. There is a patch available on the AMD site and solidworks site points to it. But, even after installing the patch (which is just a registry entry in a .reg file) the software loads ok, but on every click, it says "AMD CPU detected"! that looks done by purpose. havent investigated into it further.

    2. dont even go for a 1.33, get a 1.1 or 1.2 with 266 MHz FSB and overclock it to 1400 or even more.


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  3. Well, I have to say that this friend was the first person I've spoken with to give any negative press on the Athlon, and even there it was second hand, not backed up, and from a pro-intel source. Ironically the only new CPUs that I've heard a concrete example of incompatibilities for are the P4s - the tech guys at work needed some sort of patch to get Oracle working properly on their systems... Still, not a bad idea to double check before buying.

    Yeah - the current front runners are the Abit KG7 and the Gigabyte GA-7DXR. My choice will depend on availability and price (I'm in Canada, and it seems availability could be an issue...) I'm only really looking at the AMD 761 chipset, though.

    As for the overclocking suggestion, I wouldn't mind more info. While I've done various hardware upgrades on my current system this will be the first time I've put one together from scratch and I'm pretty paranoid about winding up with an expensive coaster... Given my relative inexperience, would I be wisest to play safe for now and buy the faster chip, then O/C down the road when I need the power boost and my processor is worth next to nothing anyway?

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  4. I have had customers tell me that Pro Tools (A music recording system and software) will not run on AMD's. Aside from that no problems!
  5. Thats not true, they run pro tools on amd systems on the screen savers(tech tv show). and have no issues. Sounds like user error, or patch required issue to me.

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  6. Ive been building systems for 5 years and the only advise i would give is:
    First calm down cause if not you are sure to toast something :P And second of all be scared very scared of static electricity. But if you are carefull and take your time it will be a great expirience for you to build your own system so just take the pludge :)

    Though i do like to overlock as a hobby i would not recommend it to anyone who is looking at it to keep their system up to par.

    I found the KG7 online for sale at it is a little steep in price but their are 2 mayor factors in a good pc. A GREAT motherboard and good memory. You cant go wrong spending a little more on those 2 components in fact you might take the advise from an above poster and try a 1.2Tbird but with a good mb.

    Well again hope it helps,


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  7. I just checked pricewatch, and you can get a decent athlon 1.4 generic system with Dram for about $475 plus shipping at Tufshop. That price includes win98. If you call, ask them what motherboard they use, and be sure it has a separate agp slot if you want to upgrade the video card. I recommend the new Radeon 7500 which comes out next month, and will sell for about $200. Then all you need is a decent flatscreen monitor. I use the Samsung 17 inch 753 DF, available for about $153 at EMS computer systems. The 19 inch version is about $310. I would also add a Lite-on 12x10x32 Cd burner with burn proof technology, available for about $75 (pricewatch).
  8. >they run pro tools on amd systems on the screen savers(tech tv show)

    I have no idea how Pro tools runs on a screen saver, if you can explain this, i'm all ears! :)

    I was a beta tester for Pro tools 5.1, Digidesign has to this day not certified certain AMD configurations. Users report a boat load of problems on DUC with this platform. there's is also a bunch of users who use extraordinary means to get it to work, some succeed some don't. the fact is Digidesign is a major Audio/video hardward/software vendor and end users must be able to install the hardware/software and run on the first try, AMD systems don't offer this yet.

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  9. The Screensavers is a popular program on the TechTV channel.


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  10. your choice (the 1.33 or 1.4 tbird) is a good one, id stay away from via chipsets if i was a mewbie, you can get the 1.4 for just over $100 so itd be worth getting that being a new student i expect a lack of funds (though that may not be the case) id go for a 1.0 - 1.2 processor and simply overclock it...

    if in doubt blame microsoft...
  11. Thanks to all those who have replied - this really is useful...

    I'm still getting the impression that I should stay away from O/Cing, at least at first, get the system running properly in normal configuration. I'll post the important parts of the specs I'm looking at, for general interest and suggestions... As it stands price is - within reason - a secondary concern: I'll pay more if necessary, but less is better because it leaves more cash for, uh, BEvERages (another important consideration in student life :smile: )

    Athlon T-Bird 1.4 CPU
    Gigabyte GA-7DXR M/B (or maybe Abit KG-7 Raid - I haven't seen the lite yet)
    512 mb PC-2100 DDR Ram
    ATI Radeon 64DDR VIVO Retail graphics card (should I wait for the 7500?)
    Samsung 955DF monitor (possibly upgrade to a Viewsonic...)
    Panasonic 16X DVD
    Yamaha 2100 16x10x40 burner
    Creative Soundblaster X-Gamer soundcard
    Cooling: I've heard good things about Swiftech and Thermaltake... So one of these as CPU fan + at least one case fan

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  12. I'd stay away from ThermalTake if I were you...their Orb series has a history of crushing cores.


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  13. if you want overclockability, i would lean towards the 1.4 rather than the 1.333
    the 1.4 is pretty much guarenteed to have the newest stepping and is capable of a healthy overclock.
    if you want to learn more about overclocking and the ID codes on the athlon cores, go here

    just remember, the 5 pillars to a good overclock.
    1. good Power supply
    2. good cooling solution
    3. quality ram
    4. good mobo.
    5. the right amd core (AXIA,ARAJR etc)

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  14. *I recommend AGAINST the SB Live (any version). If you want inexpensive quality sound, go for an ESS chipset card like the Diamond MX400, or cheaper, I picked up a bunch of Canyon 3D (ESS) chip cards for $10, that offered better sound than the Live. And the Live is one of the cards that has known issues with the VIA southbridge found on all VIA chipset and most AMD 761 motherboards.
    There are very few common cards that won't work with your motherboard choices. Their are MANY specialty cards that have problems with VIA and PCI, but your not building a specialty system, so you'll likely never encounter those problems.
    Get the Swiftec cooler. And stay away from Creative labs, everything they make is more expensive and worse performing than alternatives. And the Live can even cause your hard drive to loose data!

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  15. I think you're right to stay away from overclocking if you're not comfortable with it. It sounds like you need a good reliable system. Since overclocking is going to push your other components, it doesn't always make sense. If money is tight you might consider going with the 1.33 proc and putting the savings into RAM - either better quality or more (or both). I also haven't heard of any software compatibility issues with AMD. We run a wide range of apps on our K6-2s at work, including Oracle 8 client and even Server for a couple of tests. I've had no problems with my TBird at home. Good luck
  16. ESS chip ? I havent used one in about 5 - 6 years (or maybe even more..)now. I didnt like them at all at that time. I wonder how good it is now...

    I own a Sb live and it has worked fine for me and i havent heard any conflicts with the AMD 761 chipset. I am interested to know if there are any as i am about to updrade to a KG7 and wish to keep my current SbLive. Please make sure that if you do have any info to provide on the subject that it is not based on the Via southbridge only but rather AMD 761 plus the via southbridge as in the Kg7.

    The other sound card i would recommend besides the SbLive is the Turttle beach. But you do get addicted to eviromental sound in games :)


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  17. Do you think that using the 761 northbirdge could possibly cure the problems of the 686B southbridge? Search the motherboards forum and the soundcards forum, you'll find that MOST of the people having these problems are using the 761/686b combination. And there ARE NO BOARDS with the AMD southbridge.
    Besides, I own a Live and a Vortex2, the Live sounds crappy compared to the Vortex2. But since the Vortex2 is NOT compatable with ANY VIA southbridge, scratch that idea. There are actually quite a few good sound chips around being used on a wide variety of cards. Yamaha soundchips are nice, and for more money the Phillips Accoustic Edge is great. Many of these cards use both A3D and EAX extensions.

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  18. Hmm... Ok, I'll leave the 1.33 vs. 1.4 decision until I actually get hard prices from a few stores, then. Heck, going from my current PPro 200 something tells me I'll be ecstatic with either! Am I right in assuming the only differences between OEM and retail are price, included cooling and length of warranty?

    And from everything I've heard / all the articles I've read I think I'll try to find an AcousticEdge now. Though I have to say the SBs are far easier to find...

    Both of which points lead me to another question: does anybody here happen to know of good places within the Toronto area (or Canadian sites online) for price, selection and service? Specifically:

    -I've been impressed by one of the stores I looked at - the Compusmart downtown. The guy I was speaking with has been to a couple of suppliers trying to beat a price he quoted me which is in line with all the websites I've found (~$2100-2200 CAD, +tax). He also warned me about some upcoming price drops and told me to wait a week or so (which I was doing anyway, but they usually don't tell you). They seem to offer good service / warranties - has anyone bought from them?
    -I've heard there are some stores in the College / Spadina area with good prices but potentially sketchy parts. Does anyone have any experience with these places (or general tips on how to ensure you get high quality parts, especially if buying OEM?)
    -Any other recommendations of online or offline Canadian stores?

    Sorry if these questions aren't supposed to be in this forum - it seems to have the most traffic...

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  19. Crashman,
    You my friend are correct. I honestly did not research the 761 northbridge with the 686B southbridge enough. After reading your post i did some reaserching and found that even though it is not as proliferated as in full via chipsets the problem still is evident enough to cause concern.

    Personally im devided between the Phillips AE and the Santa Cruz. Though i would suggest to whom began this thread to stear clear of SbLive card and choose either the San Cruz or The Phillips AE.

    The only prob i am having with the Phillips is that i cant find a vendor that I TRUST online that carries it.. I hope i do soon if not at least for me it is the Santa Cruz i shall choose.


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  20. A: the screen savers is show hence the (a tech tv show) part, moron.

    B: I dont believe your second claim as to have been a pro tools tester, based on the fact you are ignorant about almost all computer related subjects and are nothing more than a troll.

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  21. A. yeah, how cool! now show me an episode or a link where techtv ran pro tools on an AMD system.

    B. believe it or not!

    "<b>AMD/VIA!</b> are <i>still</i> the weakest link, good bye!"
  22. >But since the Vortex2 is NOT compatable with ANY VIA
    >southbridge, scratch that idea.

    Im not sure wether the problem is vortex2 + windows2000, vortex2 + via OR vortex2 + VIA + Win2K.

    I have one too (and a VIA KT133A mb), and I have issues under Win2k. After 30 mins or so, the sound dies. I solved it using some VIA utility that sets some registers at bootup.. however, that doesnt work anymore after I do a suspend or hibernate (normal shutdown works ok though).

    Under Win98 the card works fine. I think the biggest concern about Vortex2 cards is, the fact that Aureal has been bought by Creative, and there is no driver support for the card anymore. ALso, I have a real hard time hearing any difference in sound quality between my onboard sound and a vortex 2 with games.. even with a very decent 4.1 Altec sound system.. might be just my ears though.

    ---- Owner of the only Dell computer with an AMD chip
  23. Meltdoofus, how exactly am I going to link you to a television show??? You need to go offline for a while, seein the world with internet colored eyes.

    They (the screen savers) reccomend power tools for music editing, and they bring it up on their system whenever they talk about it, and they run a 1.33tbird system. Looks to run fine.

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  24. Well, I have certain features set up on mine, they are all available through the configuration menu. 3D sound is more noticeable from the rear speakers on my V2 than my Live, I have the equalizer tuned for my speaker system (it's a hardware feature BTW), I did the 3D demo to test my settings, and it works great. The problem is V2 and VIA, the Win2k issue is separate. Creative bought Aureal so they could kill the drivers, isn't that nice! They actively seek out and take down sites from third party developers claiming licencing prohibits them from distributing modified drivers (of course it does, that's why Creative bought them)!

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  25. Quote:
    I'd stay away from ThermalTake if I were you...their Orb series has a history of crushing cores.

    The Dragon Orb 3 is supposed to have a great clip. I've seen several reviewers rave about it.

    Also, a good friend of mine has been running Pro Tools on his Tbird for quite a while. Works great, no patches, etc. It's a very, very common misconception, though.

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  26. matisaro, I'm still waiting on that link, prove to me that techtv ran pro tool on a Athlon system,(and I'm not talking about pro tools free, it runs on anything) surely techtv has a website describing or even recomending what they had used.

    find it and I'll give you props, otherwise stfu.

    "<b>AMD/VIA!</b> are <i>still</i> the weakest link, good bye!"<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by AmDmElTdOwN on 08/21/01 07:35 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
  27. Actually, as of 5.1.1, DigiDesign doesn't state one way or the other whether Athlons are compatible or incompatible. <A HREF="" target="_new">They state that the K6 series and the K7 (Slot A) has been problematic for ProTools Free, yet the Athlon is reported to work.</A>

    (Hmmm...didn't you say ProTools Free works with anything? Yet another sign that you are full of sh|t. :lol: )

    Interesting that they also state that for <A HREF="" target="_new">Digi 001+ProTools LE</A>, the Athlon is even a <b>highly recommended platform.</b>

    As for the TechTV bit, you are in no position to be telling Matisaro to "stfu." I trust him more than I trust you. Hell, I'm sure just about everyone on this board would trust Robert Tilton rather more than they trust you. :tongue: The burden of proof's on you this time.


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  28. dude, when I say Amd systems I mean the Amd platform, and like I;ve been saying for the longest time: sure it might work sure there are a handfull of success stories, but the fact is that it should work straight "out of the box" period, spin this all you want because the last thing a recording studio wants is a headache from AMD/Via combo.

    <i>"Known Incompatibilities
    Caution - Pro Tools LE does NOT support the following systems or systems with the following components:

    Hewlett Packard Pavillion line of computers
    AMD K6, K6-2 or K6-III, K7 processor based computers
    Original Pentium processor based computers (Pentium I)

    <b>Computers with motherboards containing mixed chipsets from AMD plus VIA combined</b>

    Laptop Computers
    "ESS Solo-1 PCI AudioDrive" Sound, video and game controller. This device can be disabled from the "Device Manager" in the "System" Control Panel."</i>

    also, these are updated docs and the 5.1.1 patch is still problematic with AMD system(Amd platform) even the P4 is not validated yet! but it will be soon be! muhahaha!

    bottom line, digidesign does not put out garbage like VIA does and quite frankly not a lot of studio ppl know about hardware and rarely have time to fiddle with this driver and that driver, VIA retarded Irq's! they need it to work right there and then("time is money!")or it's back to the old analog mixing boards hehe nothing wrong with analog, or even worst, they'll switch to cubase! LOL!

    just for the record, I never mentioned AMD cpu. also you should really read my original post before jumping in like you know wtf your talking about, your link just shows how much a F**k'n zealot and a F**k'n troll your are.

    "<b>AMD/VIA!</b> are <i>still</i> the weakest link, good bye!"
  29. Quote:
    prove that TechTV ran pro tool on an Athlon system

    It's the CPU you seem to doubt. Plus, you keep saying "AMD platform" like the only course for AMD users is VIA hardware. You should know quite well that's BS--but oh wait, BS is your specialty, LoL. :lol:

    also, these are updated docs and the 5.1.1 patch is still problematic with AMD system(Amd platform)

    "These are updated docs" means that means they're the latest available info, so I don't see how this helps your argument. Plus, they <i>"highly recommend"</i> Thunderbird CPUs with some of this stuff. That hurts your argument more than it helps it. :tongue:

    just for the record, I never mentioned AMD cpu.

    Ahem, the only thing common to all "AMD platforms" is the "AMD CPU." <i>Not</i> Via. Even if you didn't mention "AMD CPU," it's implicit and you know it.

    your link just shows how much a F**k'n zealot and a F**k'n troll your are.

    *shrugs* Here we go again: pot, kettle. 'Nuff said.

    AMD's success seems to bother you a great deal. I wonder why? :lol:


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  30. Thanks kelledin, I just foudn that link after recieving his reply in my email, and you beat me to the punch.

    as for you amdmeltdown, notice the next incompatability on your list, whats that! A PENTIUM, so intel systems suck too? is that what youre saying?

    Go away troll.

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  31. The newer series don't have that problem (that arised because the initial orb design was for socket 370 not socket A). And it seems that the Dragon3 is a very good performer (excellent for the price).

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  32. just dont listen to this guy him and others claim lies
  33. Frist off AmdMeltdown. You need to go back to school. Or are you another 14 year who thinks she know it all. I have one of the frist Amd athlon classic. No problems at all. One thing I did have tech books to solve problems. Do you have any.

    I have sound blaster live works Great.

    Hay How is INTEL going to work with VIA?????
    Or in your mind Perfect????
  34. Why is that people always assume that high school students are always arrogant immature brats who have nothing better to do than write spam? I'm 15 and I take great offence in that. Granted I'm somewhat more mature than the average person my age but hey, that's why I'm called a geek. :smile:

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  35. "No problems at all" what are you saying here? no problems with what? (_)pro tools (_)pro tools Le (_)pro tools free

    which one? oh, that's right! you're running a cheap soundcard so it must be PTfree! works great dont it? thats because it's made to work for any soundcard silly! now spend $800 for a digi system(soundcard, DI, pro tools le) and guess what? it won't work with your slotA system.

    have you tried recording with ptfree yet?

    "<b>AMD/VIA!</b> are <i>still</i> the weakest link, good bye!"
  36. >notice the next incompatatability on your list, whats that! A PENTIUM, so intel systems suck too?

    matiriso, it says an *ORIGINAL PENTIUM* Pentiums from 60 up to 233MHz I believe, far too slow for audio processing and yeah it would suck.

    hopes this clears up your confusion.

    "<b>AMD/VIA!</b> are <i>still</i> the weakest link, good bye!"
  37. >just dont listen to this guy him and others claim lies

    ok, if you say so, I won't listen to him anymore. LOL!

    "<b>AMD/VIA!</b> are <i>still</i> the weakest link, good bye!"
  38. no problems with what?
    (X)pro tools
    (_)pro tools Le
    (_)pro tools free

    Put me down for one problem-free Athlon running the above choice.

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  39. >(X)pro tools
    >Put me down for on problem-free Athlon running the above choice.

    this is not possible, you see pro tool runs off *hardware*, ex:Pro Tools | 24 MIX is totally dependent upon highend proprietary audiocard, toolbox again this comes with AudiomediaIII audiocard does not work with any other soundcard.

    Pro tools Mix|24 runs from $8000 - $12.000 US runs on NT or Mac only.
    Pro tools Le tool box is around $499 some places less than $400 come with AudiomediaIII
    Pro tools Digi 001 runs about $899 also comes with Audiomedia and DI box.
    Pro tools free, is just that-free! runs on any soundcard, downloadable from digidesign.

    so you see you can not be running Pro tools or PTLE, maybe Ptfree or maybe you're just confused.

    "<b>AMD/VIA!</b> are <i>still</i> the weakest link, good bye!"
  40. How come 486's etc werent listed?
    Didnt clear up my confusion, the place to put that ifno is in the min sys requirements, NOT the incompatabilities list, buddy.

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  41. What Im am doing is pointing at is the Arrogant immature brat amdmeltdown and his twin are. And I can say this they could not be geeks for they can't get there head out of there rear. There way of thinking is this. My machine is better then yours. And what the people with amd is trying to say is this. If you know how to work on a computer and such. You will have no problem and you can run every program and hardware. Which has been proven over and over.

    Hay I can say this I had a tech tell me Before I got a ATi TV card that it will not work on my system. Boy that one Dumb tech. I have no problems at all. I can Watch tv on one monitor and play games on the other monitor.

    That will tell you one thing. How dumb some people (Tech) are.
  42. >How come 486's etc werent listed?

    do I have to answer this? pro tools originally ran on the MAC, then came to the pc after pentiums2's and 3's were widely available. Pt5.0 and PtLe5.0 were first to run on a pc(Nt and win98), afaik.

    LOL! I logged on to see what fatty had to say, hehe, now I know you guys are f**k'n clueless.

    "<b>AMD/VIA!</b> are <i>still</i> the weakest link, good bye!"
  43. A cpu too slow to run a program iS NOT LISTED on the incompatabilities list, but it is showon on the min sys requirements duur.

    Your point is about as valid as you are....IE. NOT!

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  44. Meltdown, as I stated before, I don't run Pro Tools. A friend of mine does. He runs the real thing, not one of the cheesy versions. I can't answer for him though, so I won't.

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  45. ok, didn't see the "a friend of mine" post, my bad! :-) well all I can say is your "friend" made a wise choice with Pro Tools, it's a great product, it's a standard, almost every grammy award winner uses Pro Tools.

    "<b>AMD/VIA!</b> are <i>still</i> the weakest link, good bye!"
  46. >A cpu too slow to run a program IS NOT LISTED on the incompatabilities list, but it is showon on the min sys requirements duur

    ok, dude you win! a 486 is the min to run Pro Tools. have fun. bye!

    "<b>AMD/VIA!</b> are <i>still</i> the weakest link, good bye!"
  47. Yeah, no joke. It rocks.
    I don't use it though, since I do live sound (FoH, monitors), haven't really done any studio work.

    It's nice for computer nerds to have a way to get into the credits on a CD, though :)

    Wait a second...why is "friend" in quotes?

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  48. Thankyou, thats all im saying, if protools is incompatable with k62 and k63 then it also is incompatable with the pentium pro, which means that you cant fault amd for that unless you fault intel as well.

    "Friends don't let friends buy Pentiums"
  49. that screensavers tv show sucks

    i mean sucks bad

    its a shame to watch them and go back to ur pc
    those fools are so foolish

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