Asus crystal sound 2
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Jan 21, · I cant find any specs about Crystal Sound 2, that Asus onboard Audio Card that comes with your motherboard so i just wanna know if someone can find these specs for me:? Bit Depht Maximum Sample Rate *Im not a native english speaker. Aug 09, · The XA II’s onboard audio implementation goes under Asus’ “Crystal Sound 3” moniker. The actual hardware underneath is the familiar ALC codec from Realtek, backed by a TI R amplifier and. Feb 27, · I had Crystal Sound 2 on another MB but never figured out if it was just a name (like GByte’s SupremeFx) or an “integration”. I can actually add the DTS Studio in the latest Drivers by running the Studio Setup from the Original Driver I downloaded but there seems little point.
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Feb 27, · I had Crystal Sound 2 on another MB but never figured out if it was just a name (like GByte’s SupremeFx) or an “integration”. I can actually add the DTS Studio in the latest Drivers by running the Studio Setup from the Original Driver I downloaded but there seems little point. Oct 20, · Enable and reinstall the driver in Device Manager. a. Type and search [Device Manager] in the Windows search bar (1), then click on [Open] (2). b. Check on the arrow next to [Audio inputs and outputs] (3), then right-click on [Internal Speaker] (4) and select [Enable device] (5). Crystal Sound 2 makes short work of optimizing audio settings for the way you want to listen, be it gaming, chatting, watching movies or relaxing to your favorite music. Onboard physical shielding, professional engineered design and premium components, including Japanese-made audio capacitors and operational amplifiers (op-amps), result in sound output that has exceptional clarity and fidelity.
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2: 0. Not in favor of Rambus
Rambus lost another legal battle. This time – in the case against the violation of the North American Micron of the patent issued by Rambus for the memory interface.
The details of the case are only superficially known, but sources close to Micron say that the judge has unambiguously and firmly announced the ruling that the patents granted to Rambus for the use of the multiplexed memory bus in Micron’s SDRAM designs are not used. The basis for this decision was the precedent in the US District Court in Richmond, where federal judge Robert Payne dismissed a charge of infringement of Rambus patent rights by the German Infineon Technologies AG. As a reminder of Payne’s conclusion: since Infineon’s SDRAM does not use a multiplexed bus similar to the one patented by Rambus, there is no patent infringement.
The next step – in the next few weeks, the case filed in court. Mannheim, Germany, where Rambus attorneys re-engage in patent battle with Infineon attorneys. A little later, Rambus faces a battle against Micron and Hynix Semiconductor Inc. (ex. Hyundai Electronics Industries Co. Ltd.).
Source: EB News