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http://webopedia.com/TERM/a/attenuat...alk_ratio.html

That's the only thing I could find for ACR related to computers...

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It's not an actual standard... ASUS created it. It's just a normal PCI slot rotated 180 degrees and moved slightly towards the back of the motherboard. The only card I've found that supports it (didn't look much) was an ASUS sound card.


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