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Integrated Sound Card . Can It Give Problems With Emulators?


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HI there..

 

i had the intetion of buying a new pc , intel I5 with dedicated nvidia gtx card

 

the problem is that the SOUND CARD would be integrated:(

 

could this be a problem if i want to play emulators ? DOLPHIN, PCSX2 , PCSX, CITRA DS, etc....

 

some advices please ? thanks :D

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HI there..

 

i had the intetion of buying a new pc , intel I5 with dedicated nvidia gtx card

 

the problem is that the SOUND CARD would be integrated:(

 

could this be a problem if i want to play emulators ? DOLPHIN, PCSX2 , PCSX, CITRA DS, etc....

 

some advices please ? thanks :D

Hey,

 

No problem dude, you will have an integrated sound card which will be a Realtek, it does work very well with all modern games and emulators, no need to fear about this because most of people have an integrated sound card in their RIG

It will be 5.1 or 7.1 system... just update your drivers 2.80 here : http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=24&PFid=24&Level=4&Conn=3&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false

 

When you will buy your mothercard plz tell me here which one is it in order to I have a look :)

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1 hour ago, klimjor said:

Turning vsync on or off makes no difference.

Vsync is vertical synchronization for your monitor, new monitors have a higher refresh rate than 60 Hz, so the game runs to fast on 120 / 144 / 240 Hz monitors.

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