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Version 9,0,28,0
a quick rundown of system.

MSI 7350 SLI FI Motherboard
Intel QX6700 Quad core
2 gig DDR2 PC6400 (2x 1 gig)
XFX 8800 GTX
Sony DVD Rom
HDD (2) Hitachi HDS721616PLA380 (set up in raid 0)
windows XP media center

ok now my problem is i can watch Video clips on myspace and youtube but thats it.
i cant watch a DVD or download a music video or even watch a trailer online. all i get is a white screen with the sound.

i have installed Players

Nero media player
InterActual Player

also downloaded codecs K-Lite codec pack no matter what i use to try to play i get the same thing.
white screen (in the player) with sound.
  Topic: 3dmark06

Below is the result details of your submitted project.
Main Test Results

3DMark Score 11233 3DMarks

SM 2.0 Score 4432 Marks

SM 3.0 Score 4681 Marks

CPU Score 4165 Marks

Detailed Test Results

Graphics Tests
1 - Return to Proxycon 37.749 FPS

2 - Firefly Forest 36.118 FPS

CPU Tests
CPU1 - Red Valley 1.384 FPS

CPU2 - Red Valley 2.005 FPS

HDR Tests
1 - Canyon Flight (SM 3.0) 41.41 FPS

2 - Deep Freeze (SM 3.0) 52.201 FPS
new system bone stock. but give me time still reading about overclocking

Below is the result details of your submitted project.
Main Test Results

3DMark Score 14936 3DMarks

CPU Score 7997 CPUMarks

Detailed Test Results

Game Tests
GT1 - Return To Proxycon 54.4 fps

GT2 - Firefly Forest 43.1 fps

GT3 - Canyon Flight 91.0 fps

CPU Tests
CPU Test 1 4.7 fps

CPU Test 2 6.0 fps
I have the Gigaworks G500 pro gamer. i have onboard HD sound so i didnt do a sound card.
this baby rocks. (even with onboard sound)

The GigaWorks ProGamer G500 was designed to be an awesome gaming speaker system. A THX Certified 5.1 system rated at 310 Watts total RMS power, its combination of raw muscle and technical sophistication will blow you away.

The performance-tuned ProGaming subwoofer dwarfs the competition. It combines a huge 8" front-firing long-throw woofer for chest-thumping low end, and Twin Flared DynaPorts" to maximize airflow for cleaner, bigger, and more evenly dispersed bass. And there's an auxiliary input on the back of the sub to easily connect an MP3 player, letting you listen to your own music while gaming.

Each performance-tuned ProGaming satellite speaker has a 3" full-range driver and a Flared DynaPort" for extended lower-midrange sound. It also combines a keyhole wall mount, speaker wire spring clips, and an industry-standard "-20 connector for use with speaker stands and wall mount hardware.

The PowerTouch" wired controller has premium features like mute, independent level adjustment and CMSS" upmix (from stereo to 5.1).

Technical Specifications

310 watts total RMS power
- Front : 36 watts RMS per speaker (x2 speakers)
(Measured @ 8 ohms @ 10% THD @ 180Hz to 20kHz, two channels driven)
- Rear : 36 watts RMS per speaker (x2 speakers)
(Measured @ 8 ohms @ 10% THD @ 180Hz to 20kHz, two channels driven)
- Center : 36 watts RMS
(Measured @ 8 ohms @ 10% THD @ 180Hz to 20kHz, one channel driven)
- Subwoofer : 130 watts RMS
(Measured @ 6 ohms @ 10% THD @ 35Hz to 150Hz, one channel driven)

620 Watts Total Peak Power

Overall Frequency Response: 35Hz to 20kHz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR): 85dB
Great it keeps it nice and cool
thats next
XFX 8800 GTX
Im not sure how to save a pic of desktop. or even how to post a pic in fourms.

what do ya think?

My 1st test run