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goblin king
2002-08-28T21:52:33Z
I have been looking to upgrade my network from onboard sound such as ac 97' and the cmedia . I dont run top of the line speakers ir anything so I dont really need a high performance big great sound cards . any way I looked to pine wood waht do all you think off this card?


http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewP...DEPA=1&sortby=14&order=1 
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Ale][ey
2002-08-28T23:06:12Z
Too chep to be true (c) Ale][ey
I mean it not worth of it.
goblin king
2002-08-28T23:20:45Z
Just cuz its ****ing cheap does not ****ing mean it ****ing sucks. ****ing amd is ****ing cheap and it ****ing rules u ****ing ass hole . ****ing who cares ****ing cant ****ing go by ****ing price for ****ing quality u ****ing idiot.


muther ****ing moron
Ramman
2002-08-29T12:43:45Z
Pine Technology's cards are fine. They are the next step above AC'97 onboard sound. I used one for 2 years with no problems. And yes, I had cheap speakers.

If all you want it for is basic sound repro, it will do what you want.
Just tone down your replies dude. We now have ladies here
pompoen
2002-08-29T13:37:08Z
dude, that is just onboard sound on a pci-card. Its the same chip you can found on a for example asus a7v333
Ramman
2002-08-29T14:20:17Z
Sorry, I didn't go to the link. Pine does make a better card though. I used it and it was fairly cheap. When I got it several years back it was like $15.00. I'm not saying it was great, just a tad better than onboard sound.
Richard12
2002-08-29T14:58:26Z
Yeah I am also using the pine instead of onboard sound on my brothers PC. Its good sound if youre jnot a sound fanatic. Its good for mp3's in my opinion.