ASUS P4C800/P4P800 DRIVER
Even with the latest drivers, upon boot, you get a nasty POP! Redhook Ars Tribunus Militum Registered: I did have some memory issues at first, but have since worked them out. Another thing I don’t really like about it is that there is no way to adjust the treble. Only when you boot, though
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So far, i’m extremely happy with my P4P. This is the 18th, and it’s wonderful.
Fri Jan 16, I have been using Asus motherboard since and have had nothing but good luck with them. I use the included equalizer to adjust tone control to anything I like.
ASUS P4C800-E Deluxe – motherboard – ATX – Socket 478 – i875P Series
Personally I wouldn’t consider a gigabyte motherboard at the moment. I’m looking to get cash in my A7N8X Del.
Jul 16, Posts: Originally posted by MyCat: Thu Jan 15, 4: My current plan is to upgrade to an Audigy 2 ZS in a month or so. The same chip on this Intel crackles like fury.
The reviews on both seem very good. Wed Jan 14, 8: Those are my major gripes about the sound, as it sounds alright during playback of cd’s and games that I have played thus far. My P4PD has been running for 5 months straight almost. Mar 21, Posts: My question is, is the CE worth the extra money?
P4P | ASUS Global
Fri Jan 16, 6: The differences I can see are: Log in or Sign up. Jan 15, Posts: Seems the crackling is part of the Soundmax experience then. I just ordered one of these mobo’s for my GF along with some 5. It has everything one could need, with the exception of SCSI onboard. Wed Jan 14, 2: Apr 12, Posts: Tue Jan 13, I’m not sure if it’s the same sound processsor though.
Tue Jan 13, 6: ZioniXNov 26, LordAthens Ars Praefectus Tribus: Wed Jan 14, 4: Looks like I’ll be looking for a Realtek sound based board. I thought the P4C was just too expensive. Also there good for OCing?