So I've heard. I was about to tell you that my soundcard settings wouldn't allow me to output at the highest sample rate and bit rate but apparently now it does..
I thought that was a technical limitation of my onboard sound and not a bug. Whatever! Awesomeness.
That makes complete sense but I don't believe my onboard sound allows me to transfer audio at the highest bitrate possible. I have a lot of blu-ray rips which I believe downsample (or whatever) the sound.
I'm kicking a Logitech Z-5500 505 Watts 5.1 Speaker system and I do quite a bit of gaming. I'm currently using an SP/DIF output to my sound-system. I've got an extra PCI-E slot available and a few PCI as well. What should I pick up for a sound card?
I know. I previously had a 320 drive with everything on it. It suited me fine. But now I'm backing up all my DVDs to my computer (full DVD9 rip), I've got all my steam games installed. Lots of ISOs for games and OSes. I could easily store them other places but why do so when you don't have to...
I'm a bit stumped on what I should do. I'm running two 640 gig drives in raid 0 so I have about 1.2 terabytes of space in total. I'm filling that up quite quickly and may add another one or two drives to the array thus bring my total to 2.4 terabytes.
I need an external hdd to backup all my...
Applications that written for x32 are only allowed to access and write the first four gigs or so of ram. It just doesn't know how to work with more than that. x64 bit is written to support more ram and processors etc.
I removed the chip, but my other problem still shows. My 360 thinks the drive is either opening or closing cause I fried the liteon. So it flashes green a few times, then shows the rrod, then flashes green and repeats.