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    with a sblive card like audigy2 you even get more fps (after tomshardware) im not sure if it is true

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    I have seen benchmarks where the Audigy 2 ZS made best results.

    This card has the best performance and needed the lowest amount of CPU cycles.

    Go for it !

    Die, onboard-sound, Die !

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    Originally posted by Dicky B
    The answer is 42.
    All it took was 7.5 Million Years to work that out.... Let alone know the Question that its actually answering.

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    Originally posted by 0verclocked
    Same place the MPEG-3 went
    what.

    mpeg-3 = MPEG Layer 3 = MP3.

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  • replied
    Originally posted by Dicky B
    The answer is 42.
    First **** post I've ever seen from you un-signed!

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    Originally posted by senshu
    What the hell, the Audigy 4?? Suddenly my Audigy 2 feels so obsolete....when did the Audigy 3 come and go??!!?
    Same place the MPEG-3 went

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    The answer is 42.

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    What the hell, the Audigy 4?? Suddenly my Audigy 2 feels so obsolete....when did the Audigy 3 come and go??!!?

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    Right now I have a turtle beach catalina (big mistake) I lose about 10-15fps with eax. And I only get 40-30 fps to begin with. So lets say I get this sound card, will it make me have better preformance with EAX?

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    Originally posted by Zygar
    Let me rephrase it then.

    EAX will not affect your framerate if you have a decent soundcard that handles all the processing properly. (I've checked this out by the way, I get no FPS change with or without EAX)
    ok i`ll go with that

    Anyway by judgeing your system specs,even a crappy sound card you wont lose that much fps if any at all

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    Originally posted by T@F
    Wrong!!!

    Depends how good quality the sound card is.

    Crappy sounds cards(with eax support)can lose a great ammount of fps.
    Let me rephrase it then.

    EAX will not affect your framerate if you have a decent soundcard that handles all the processing properly. (I've checked this out by the way, I get no FPS change with or without EAX)

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    i notice a loss of around 5fps

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    Originally posted by Zygar
    EAX doesn't take FPS away as your soundcard handles the processing.
    Wrong!!!

    Depends how good quality the sound card is.

    Crappy sounds cards(with eax support)can lose a great ammount of fps.

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    EAX significantly hurts FPS on alot of computers, but it really depends on the system. Try it out and see if you notice a differnce. If you don't, then the difference isn't significant enough to matter. ;P

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  • replied
    Probably a problem with your soundcard. It sounds great for me.

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