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Which Decoder to select for PC Games through Receiver

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I just got a Yamaha RX-V375 and I have it going to my PC. There are a bunch of options for decoder for Dolby Digital and DTS but there is also one option called Straight and I am wondering if maybe this is what I should be using for PC Games.
Totally new to this Digital stuff I had been using a X-Fi.
Thanks
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Yep, Straight or Direct should be the best option.
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6600k @4.6 Asus Z170 Pro Gaming MSI 1060 Gaming X @2.1/4.8 Corsair DDR4 Vengeance White led 3000 @3.3 
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H100i with Noctua IndustrialPPC PWN Windows 10 Pro Epson TW-3200 AOC 144Hz 
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CM Storm Quickfire Rapid XFX Pro 750w Antec P280 Corsair Sabre RGB Optical 
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