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Thanks,



I also noticed that CPU-Z sees 2GB of RAM, when I got to look at the memory tab it shows 1GB in slot one and the rest as empty. Thanks.
I've taken a screenshot of CPU-Z's results, but have no idea how to put them in my post, any help?
Right, cheers for the help, I can't get a pic just yet but I will have one by tonight. The case is pretty standard with touch screen buttons. Would it say in the bios if I was running a prescott? I'm not quite sure if the thermal paste was replaced as my Dad did it for me. My specs are:

Asus P5R Mobo
2 Gb value branded RAM
7900GTX
Intel Pentium D Processor

Cheers, John.
I've just gone into my BIOS for the first time in months and it's telling me my Intel Pentium D 3.2Ghz is running at 75.5 degrees idol, this can't be healthy. I recently bought an Alaska fan and heatsink for it so I see no reason for this, can anyone offer any advice?
The Xbox 360's HD-DVD can be connected to a PC via USB, costs around 150.
  Topic: PhysX
Some of the 680i boards, like the ASUS Striker Extreme, have 3 PCI-E slots running at 16x speeds, does the PhysicsX card take advantage of this?
  Topic: ATi R600
The 8800 was rushed to be out in time for the christmas market, I've no dought ATI are taking their time with this for a damn good reason
Spose it all depends on how much of an audiophile you are, I don't really notice the differnce personally
Hey all, my first post here.

I have recently decided to build a home theatre
which will include a HDTV and 5.1 speaker
system connected to an amp, the system will of
course, include my PC.

I was wondering how I would connect my PC with
the sub to run through the 5.1 speakers, making
full use of Dolby Surround.

I currently have onboard 5.1 audio, will I need
to buy an audio card? Preferably I would like to
run it through a digital optical cable, are there
cards that have this available and will they
make use of full surround sound?

Another question I would like to ask is is there
a lead with scart at one end and either composite
video (yellow jack) and digital optical at the
other. I realize this question is incredibly
comfusing but I don't know how else to explain it,
basically it is for my freeview box and I would to
run it on 5.1 audio.

Any help would be greatly appreicated.

Cheers, John.