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My New Mobile Power - ASUS GL552VX


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Ive been playing some  world of tanks,world of worships ,counterstrike source, but bout to install my graphic intensive game later tonight and see


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Not bad at all bud,

 

I myself when cash permits (Which is year DOT) i will be looking to replace my SM951 NVME SSD to something else. Its just a shame that SANDISK doesn't do NVME drives as the X400 M.2 are smashing (Got two of these 1TB version) Still deciding if i should go all out SSD's yet though.

 

Also noticed you said your Soundcard is a Conexant Smart HD Audio wasn't Conexant bought out by realtek???? Which would make your sound card a Realtek ALC HD sound card?


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MSI GT72 6QD: Intel i7 6700HQ, 32GB DDR4, 256GB Samsung nVME SM951, 2x 1TB SanDisk X400 M.2, 1TB Hitachi HDD, 1TB Seagate HDD @7200RPM, nVidia GTX970M 6GB, Realtek 898 ALC with Nahimic and Dynaudio Speakers. Windows 10 Home OEM:DM upgrade to Windows 10 Pro (Legit). 230w PSU.


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Also noticed you said your Soundcard is a Conexant Smart HD Audio wasn't Conexant bought out by realtek? ??? Which would make your sound card a Realtek ALC HD sound card?

 

Nope, I still install and use Conexant specific driver. As for sound, in general, I use Creative X-Fi Go Pro anyway - so I don't care too much about the Conexant card. It's good that it's there, I rarely use it, but I prefer the Creative usb card  any day.


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