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Topic Title: Building an Audio recording workstation
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Created On: 08/23/2004 01:34 PM
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I am upgrading my current AMD system. I use it for audio recording. I am looking at the Athlon 64 3200+ CPU. My concern is what motherboard to get. I am looking at the Gigabyte GA-K8NS Pro MOB. It uses the Nvidia Nforce3 chipset. Now i know this has built in audio which i won't need because i have a professional Soundcard for multi-tracking (an Aardvark Q10). i guess i can just disable the onboard audio right? Will this be a problem? Should i get a motherboard with no built in audio? Problem is there are no other good chipsets for Audio recording i think. VIA is suppose to be no good and they don't seem to offer the AMD chipset MOBs anymore. I liked the specs on the Gigabyte, it has 1600 FSB. Am I good to go with this MOB or is there something better for recording audio with AMD? I am also thinking about getting the Enermax EG475P-VE SFMA ATX12V V.13 Noise Taker 420 Watt PSU. Its suppose to be quiet and very Nice. I have a gig of RAM already so I am good to go there i believe. How does all this sound?
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