nForce4 still no good?

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by gnarr, Apr 12, 2006.

  1. gnarr

    gnarr Guest

    I was wondering if the current nForce4 motherboards still have "the problems" wich the nf4 boards in the past had? What problems where that anyway?
    I don't know how many times i've heard that nf4 won't work for studio use, but I've never heard any reasons for it? Rumors maybe?
  2. cfaalm

    cfaalm Active Member

    Feb 21, 2005
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    It was no rumour, but a bit outdated now. nF4 has always worked but in the beginning it was not nearly as good as nF3. The real reason was quite complicated. PCI performance seemed to suffer from how PCI-E was implemented: low trackcount, high latencies, crackles etc. It turns out that with a dualcore (X2) nF4 is OK.

    There was a thread some time ago summarizing nF4 here on RO. If you still insist on the lowdown, I suggest you google with terms like nF4 or nForce4, DAW, performance, latency etc.
  3. HerculesVR

    HerculesVR Guest

    I thing VIA better thsn nForce .

    I use ASUS A8V D ,very good .

    But my firend's A8N(nForce 4) did not support UAD-1````Faint
  4. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    Feb 10, 2001
    things keep getting better with the Nforce 4.
    however it does seem board specific.

    UADs are know to not work with them.
    without a UAD they are fine but do suffer a performance loss compared to the Nforce 3

    we have seen uads working but its stil to early to say

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