Thanks, I'd be interested to read it if you can :)
I was aware of an article a couple of years ago (XP not Vista). Since then the site has been changed and is now back up again (BV took it down originally)
The review was at Anandtech, but the review has since been removed.
I'm thinking the...
Re: 9600GT vs 880GT
As Lord worte above the 8800Gt will work just fine in a PCI-E 1x slot.
Think of PCI-E 2.0 as simply a new revision of an existing technology, not a new technology in it's own right.
PCI-E 1.x and PCI-E 2.0 are designed to be both backwards and forwards compatible.
Re: 9600GT vs 880GT
I've stated my viewpoint earlier in this thread 8800>9600. ;)
However you do realise there's going to be a hefty price to go with the newer models? I'd still go for the 8800GT myself.
The extra cash you'll need to to spend to get the 9800GT/GTS isn't going to be justified...
I don't want to get into any of the above issues re: spamming etc.
I would like to make one (hopefully) positive contribution to this thread though if I may.
Having read through the above and the link-backs to the services configuration guides on your site VG; I feel many inexperienced users...
I somehow missed this thread 1st time around :eek:
You're right EP this thread does deliver, but I think the delivery driver got lost, dumped the package in a bush and went to the pub :D
Man, that has had me laughing out loud! In context it's genius :D
As the soundcard is going to be processing the sound I very much doubt it.
Why not have 1 set hooked up to an auxiliary port? giving 2 outputs?
Or use the green and black and have one set as front and the other as rear as in a 4 speaker setup?
Re: is super mario galaxy gonna any better?
nah didn't stop me trying it out :)
But that was like 10 years ago.
As for best game ever, lol well let's just agree to disagree ;)
My point of contention is that they're still releasing Mario titles at all !
Time for some new creative development...
The 939 doesn't refer to a chipset.
It means you simply have to use a processor with 939 pins to fit the 939 holes on the CPU socket :)
Looks like you're stuck with 4800+ as the maximum.
I did try to find a BIOS update to increase this ceiling limit, but couldn't.
You may have more luck though...