K7S8XE AUDIO DRIVER

They are open source though, which is a big plus for me. Yeah, it’s just too bad Intel is so expensive, not to mention that whole morality thing again damnit, go away! Have you heard anything about the quality of the M-Audio drivers? I actually doubt the Parhelia will get 3D drivers. I really, really like Matrox. So, can anyone shed any light on this driver situation? The Pro is going to have 3D drivers before the Parhelia, but they’ll probably suck, and they’ll be closed.

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They are saying that I should use Intel. Nvidia is out, I just plain loathe them as a company, and that comes first.

The Parhelia will probably have 3D drivers by the time I need them, they’ll probably be good drivers, and they might even continue to be open what’s their history on this? I seem to remember them being a hardware flaw On the other hand, the SiS is fast enough for me, but I’m not finding much info on compatability. While on the topic of sound, any suggestions for a good editing app? How long that’s going to be, though, I can’t really guess.

Also, I’m not liking the idea of having to recompile Xfree for the Parhelia driver.

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I am planning on getting a M-Audio Delta Envy24 as well. And as far as the gaming in Windows goes, I’ve always been into quality over speed. Does anybody have any experience with this SiS chipset?

Ardour is looking very promising. It’s the, ‘what if they aren’t out by when I want them?

Mon Sep 01, Again, I did choose Libranet for a reason. So, can anyone shed any light on this driver situation?

Libranet 2.81: Asrock K7S8XE (SiS 748), M-Audio Audiophile 2496 (Envy24), and Parhelia vs 9600 Pro

Aug 31, Posts: Mon Sep 01, 8: Does anyone have any success’ or failures under their belt with k77s8xe chipset? They are open source though, which is a big plus for me. So here’s what I’m thinking.

To anyone who actually made it this far, thank you for any help that you can offer me. And considering I’ll be using 3D in linux for game level design, k7s8xf not j7s8xe beyond testingMatrox has another pro.

I actually doubt the Parhelia will get 3D drivers. Is this the case, or are there some success stories out there that I’m not finding? Does anybody happen to know which will be better, and if either are adequate for midi input and sound editing?

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Mon Sep 01, 2: Yeah, it’s xudio too bad Intel is so expensive, not to mention that whole morality thing again damnit, go away! From the official responses in their Linux forum, it looks like we can expect early support in one of the next two beta releases.

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Have you heard anything about the quality of the M-Audio drivers? So I decided not to make my first Ars post a philosophical rant about GUI depth and functional usability. Ah, I dream of the day when I need, much less can afford a card like that. All K7e8xe know of is Audacity, and m7s8xe the lack of Linux VST plugins on their site, it doesn’t look like it’s worth the praise it seems to get.

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I’ve k7a8xe with RH7, Mandrake 8, Gentoo 1. The thing is, the drivers are still early beta currently have to specially request drivers with 3D support. Ethyryl Seniorius Lurkius Registered: