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Old March 21, 2007, 03:04 PM
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If your main priority is gaming performance (in general and in audio) then yes it is a shortfall. If you have a beefy computer, it won't matter as much as it would if you had a slower computer.

I am not positive, but I believe the DSP is put on the card developer to throw on, so the Razer -might- have it. I couldn't find docs to disagree. I know the Auzentech X-Meridian which uses an 8788 chipset does not have DSP, but it's main focus is music and movies.

I assume since Razer is pro-gaming, then their card has DSP. Their info page doesn't state that though.
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