Please keep in mind while answering my questions, if you choose to do so, that I’m not completely running blind, but I’m close. But I am a weak creature, and I want to play PC games. Mon Sep 01, 2: Again, I did choose Libranet for a reason. They are open source though, which is a big plus for me. Does anybody have any experience with this SiS chipset? They are saying that I should use Intel.
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Nvidia is out, I just plain loathe them as a company, and that comes first. Does anybody have any experience with this SiS chipset?
Libranet 2.81: Asrock K7S8XE (SiS 748), M-Audio Audiophile 2496 (Envy24), and Parhelia vs 9600 Pro
I really, really like Matrox. They are saying that I should use Intel.
Mon Sep 01, All I know of is Audacity, and with the lack of Linux VST plugins on their site, it doesn’t look like it’s worth the praise it seems to get. Mon Sep 01, 8: They are open source though, which is a big plus for me.
So young, that you have to special request them from Matrox, and they don’t look to have very much usability yet. From the official responses in their Linux forum, it looks like we can expect early support in one of the next two beta releases. So I decided not to make my first Ars post a philosophical rant about GUI depth and functional usability. On the other hand, there’s ATI.
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Actually, they already have them, they’re just extremely young. How long that’s going to be, though, I can’t really guess.
Aug 31, Posts: Yeah, it’s just too bad Intel is so expensive, not to mention that whole morality thing again damnit, go away! I’m in audoi similar situation. I am planning on getting a M-Audio Delta Envy24 as well. Does anybody happen to know which will be better, and if either are adequate for midi input and sound editing?
Mon Sep 01, 2: Feb 8, Posts: And finally, audjo question of the graphics card.
ASRock > K7S8XE
Have you heard anything about the quality of the M-Audio drivers? And considering I’ll be using 3D in linux for game level design, and not gaming beyond testingMatrox has another pro. Please keep in mind while answering my questions, if you choose to do so, that I’m not completely running blind, but I’m close. So here’s what I’m thinking. But I am a weak creature, and I want to play PC games.
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Is this the case, or are there some success stories out there that I’m not finding? Also, I’m not liking the idea of having to recompile Xfree for the Parhelia driver. I am going to try out Ardour and see if it is sufficient for my hard disk recording needs.
Again, I did choose Libranet for a reason. I think that if I could afford a decent Intel setup, I would probably just buy a G5 instead. It’s the, ‘what if they aren’t out by when I want them? While on the topic of sound, any suggestions aurio a good wudio app? The Pro is going to have 3D drivers before the Parhelia, but they’ll probably suck, and they’ll be closed. Ethyryl Seniorius Lurkius Registered: