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Old 12-14-01, 09:30 PM Thread Starter   #1
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How's the Audigy at high FSB


I'm thinking about watercooling the northbridge and going for some High FSBs on an 8kha, how do audigy sound cards do at upwards of 40Mhz PCI speed?
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I'm thinking about watercooling the northbridge and going for some High FSBs on an 8kha, how do audigy sound cards do at upwards of 40Mhz PCI speed?
that should be ok, mine works fine.. its at about 37 or so..
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I'm at 38.5 Mhz (PCI) right now. No probs with either the Audigy or Intel NIC. Good luck!

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