Blame it on the chipset
Subject: General Tech | August 24, 2006 - 01:25 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The problems with Creative's X-Fi cards are no longer being blamed on DDR Dual Channel setups. From what NGOHQ found out, Creative is now pointing the finger specifically on long PCI hold-offs that are supposedly unique to nForce4 boards.
"A few months ago we reported about the X-Fi and nForce-4 compatibility issues. This story still
develops and Creative is giving us some more headlines. A Creative fan site has published an update
from Creative Labs regarding the issues."
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