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Re: Ensoniq / Creative AudioPCI

Ok,that means with CT2505 and CT2511, you mean the creative models CT4170 and CT4180. They have the Vibra 16C and 16VX chip. They're made in 1997, like the AWE64, that is traceable to have the 4.16 on these cards. Nevertheless, the most SB16 cards, mainly from 1993 to 1996 are with DSP's 4.11-4.13. …

Re: Ensoniq / Creative AudioPCI

The fully integrated Vibra cards also usually have DSP 4.16. Do you have a source where's your statement is described/ referenced? Well, i've found this on a german retro homepage (http://www.amoretro.de/guides-workshops/creative-labs-sound-blaster-modellnummern), who test's also a lot and sell's …

Re: Ensoniq / Creative AudioPCI

Ok, alright! When i wanna have less problems then i should go better with ISA as i understand. I have one further question. Considering the different soundblaster generations, not every is MIDI MPU-401 (UART) compatible, right? On wiki it's mentioned that this function comes first with soundblaster …

Re: Ensoniq / Creative AudioPCI

I have an old PCI soundcard, it's a Creative Soundblaster PCI128 (CT4700). According to my research in Internet, it shall comes with the Ensoniq ES1370 chip. Well, previously i've planned to use this card on a Win95/DOS7.0 Retro PC, which has 1AGP slots, 4 PCI slots and 3 ISA slots. Several day's …

Re: For my RetroPC's Projekt: Comparison of Pentium vs. K6-2 vs. PentiumIII @ lowest speed

I think the Coppermine becomes slower with the caches disabled compared to the s7 stuff (especially Pentium 1) as Intel probably made changes to that CPU so it would clock higher (that was a big selling point in those days) and they might've optimized it more to make it also perform good... ..., …

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