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Re: Questions about Troika hardware

Subject: Re: Questions about Troika hardware
by Billsey on 2006/12/25 16:24:11

I'm looking at the provided Panda photo (big one with the imposed logos), and I have a few questions.

Why would anyone put two PCI slots on the same motherboard backwards from each other?

Assuming that the Mini-PCI slots are those things one of which the panda is sitting in (I've never actually seen one before), removing those would open up a lot of real estate?maybe enough to add another memory slot. In today's world, on-motherboard capability of only a half gig of RAM is not exactly high end. I do also realize that AOS 4 probably has no need for more than that, users will, though. Trust me on this one. Just yesterday, I was editing audio on my OSX Mac?which has 832 megabytes of RAM?and I got an out of memory warning.

They probably need to lose some of the "rainbow connection" in the lower right. I know we need line and mic, but what in the world would F, C, and S be (from the GuruMeditation page on the subject)?

In any case (sorry), it looks like there's a lot of repositioning that needs to happen in order to fit a standard case.

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