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Although it isn't the all bells and whistles Dolby Master Studio version, it still has useful audio tools like Dolby Live
Whilst I wouldn't use Gigabit Ethernet personally, and there are still few home routers able to buy with it on, more LAN parties are using Gigabit networking now so you can't sniff at having a couple of them to boot.
Originally Posted by RenoirAlso I was under the impression that the current AM2 memory controller didn't support ddr2 800 at 1T command rate. Have mobo makers gotten around this or have I read it wrong? Wouldn't be the first time :)
and having trebble checked our latency scores
We've had the ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe, Foxconn C51XEM2AA and the MSI K9N SLI Platinum @ DDR2-800 1T. The only other board tested was the ECS KA3 MVP Extreme, which lacked command rate adjustments.
As for Xover cable: sure, and having two ethernet ports are great for that but most home routers are still 10-100 Fast Ethernet so as long as you have one Gigabit port that should be fine. If you have a Gigabit router then Id assume youd just plug in your laptop into that so as it can share with everyone in your house and have net access.
For sharing data though, Gigabit is a must. Ive got a 4 user NAS box with 10-100 support connected to a 10-100 router and it struggles sometimes.
Originally Posted by RenoirWas just wandering is the dolby digital live functionality built into some realtek codecs software or hardware based? My guess is software to minimise costs.
That's good to know. I'll have to try and find where I read that the memory controller didn't support 1T at ddr2 800
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