I was wondering about this today, there was a point when building a new computer meant having to buy a sound card to hook into the motherboard. But with most modern boards sound cards are built into the motherboard.
What kind of advantages do modern discreet sound cards have over their on board counterparts? Is there a huge difference in sound quality can reproduction?
Need to find the cheapest S775 motherboard that supports DDR3 and will run a E2200 or E6550 CPU.
A friend of the family lost almost everything as a result of a divorce/foreclosure, and her 9-year old son no longer has a home computer. I have enough parts (other than the motherboard) to build one for them.
I'm on ATT HTC One with latest Cyanogen 10.2 mod. Anyone know why when I'm recording a video the sound recording is soooo low? When I use the phone's sound recorder it's fine so it seems like it's the movie camera app at fault. Any alternative apps? Thanks in advance.
New to the Board with a new build from older parts:
DFI LANPARTY UT NF590 SLI-M2R/G AM2 NVIDIA nForce 590 SLI MCP ATX AMD Motherboard
Athlon 5600x2, 4 gigs ram, 550w psu, Gigabyte 9800gt based card, and wifi pci cardBeen fooling with this motherboard for a while now, had it running windows 7 but would never get online, tried a fresh install of Ubuntu and in either ethernet socket Ubunto does not