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post #11 of 18
heavery base lol
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post #12 of 18
You could overclock your PCI slot, which would increase bandwith and maybe increase performance
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/\\ I was gonna tell that! lol, Anyway \\/

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Another key performance feature of a sound card is the speed and efficiency provided by the PCI bus. The technology (hardware and software) that translate data into and out of sound cards and other hardware can speed up or slow down performance. PCI is now the most widely accepted technology for superior sound card performance. A PCI sound card uses the PCI bus to transfer data more quickly. If you don't you can expect to pay less for a sound card, but you'll miss out on performance and sonic detail.
Guys check this article >>> http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/u...ndcard101.mspx
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post #14 of 18
If you could somehow increase the number of voices your soundcard could produce at once, sort of like unlocking your vidcard pipelines. I don't know, I'm just talking now, I've never heard of anyone doing this.
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well, you could make it process sound faster... maybe...

But its not like its bottlenecking anything anyway, so why bother?
actually it is the current bottleneck of my pc
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post #16 of 18
But if you take it out, your processor will be doing most of the sound work along with the onboard sound. So it's better to have it in there even if you think it might be a slight bottleneck.
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i know that much but the problem is that it dosent seem to be able to process the sound chunks fast enough
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post #18 of 18
That's just a limitation of the architecture. It isn't a bottleneck. A bottleneck insinuates that one portion of your system is holding back another. When in fact your hardware is, sadly, just dated.
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