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Old 07-28-2008, 01:38 PM   #6
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Default Re: Gaming Rig under $1000

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Audio is important to me... ah... I did indeed forget the OS :P I'd probably get 32-bit Home Premium, which brings

into question as all RAM listed are 4GB, where 32-bit can only support up to 3GB... so can someone answer my question as to the 1GB performance boost?


Thanks for the link... this is 100% risk-free (or around)?

And the setup is smoothly workable, no?
you can install that modded driver like a regular SoundBlaster driver (actually, it looks just like the regular install, you can't really tell the difference), but if sound really is important, get this, it's $30 off until july 31st...

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