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Thread: 16x200 or 20x160... Any difference?

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    Default Re: 16x200 or 20x160... Any difference?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    If you are unsure if it is the win7 drivers or not, you could easily setup a dual vista or XP boot and test there. Do you need help doing something like that maybe?
    Thanx for the offer, I'm alright to do that if need be, Thats what I was running b4 my upgrade (XP32/win7-64). I'm just lazy, lol. I've switched to the "legacy" FW drivers in win7 and that seems to have fixed it... for now. These FW audio interfaces can be so picky.
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    Default Re: 16x200 or 20x160... Any difference?

    Hey R3, I'm not using the firewire for audio. I've got an M-Audio PCI interface that works well. The TI chipset was one of the buying points for me on the Gigabyte board, as I'll be adding some MOTU interfaces in the next month (hopefully for Christmas to myself!!!

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