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Old 08-15-2011, 02:33 AM
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Default Re: HD Core PCI-X in an i7 DAW

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Were using PCIX cards in our i7 rig. Works flawlessly!!
Im running the same as third eye he helped me with my build and it works great now. One thing i will say make sure you get a quite an expensive power supply i had aload of issuses and problems which we narrowed down to the power supply. My computer tech made me buy one that was way more powerful and a lot more expensive and now everything is working great and no more errors

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