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    Need help with my HT setup

    Hmmmn... I think I got your point. So i guess the best way to go, considering price and audio quality, would be something like the Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium. Still an outdated card, but now with the DDLive feature, besides allowing me to connect the PC directly to the HTB3510/55 receiver. Do you think this card would fix my issue? Or maybe an DAC, like the Sound Blaster X-Fi Surround 5.1 Pro.
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    Need help with my HT setup

    Thank you so much for your answer! I guess I’ll have no option instead buyin’ an audio card or interface. Do you think this card would work? I know it’s a bit outdatted but would be the easiest to get at my region. https://www.asus.com/us/Sound-Cards/Xonar_DG/ I’m not sure about this card ‘cause it doesn’t have the Dolby Digital Live feature, but maybe it would work. What do you think?
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    Need help with my HT setup

    What's up, guys? So, I recently bought a Philips HTB3510/55 home theater and I'm looking to use it properly (read as "with 5.1 and not stereo audio"). Would you help me out? My motherboard doesn't have an optical audio output, so I'm wondering if there's a way to use the 5.1 without buyin' an audio board or interface. This is how my PC is currently set up: HTB3510/55 is connected to my MSI Z370 A-PRO MOBO through a 2RCA>P2 cable; Monitor 1 is connected to my RTX 2070 GPU through a DisplayPort cable; Monitor 2 is connected to my RTX 2070 GPU through a DVI>HDMI cable: Here's a link with the MOBO's back panel: https://imgur.com/TKmPIpT Here's a link with the HTB3510/55's back pannel: https://imgur.com/30JtlM1 I appreciate any help! Thanks! Edit: English is not my mother language, so excuse me if mine is rusty.
  4. Thank you guys for your time and help. I really appreciate it! It seems I can't scape from that expense, and the reasons are pretty fair. Thank you a lot for that list! Unfortunately things down here are pretty expensive, so I can't afford most of those high tier PSUs. )): Do you guys think that this model could fit the case (from the perspective that I'm lookin' more to safety than wattage)?
  5. Hello everyone! I'm currently upgrading my GPU from a GTX 970 to a RTX 2070, and wanted to know if I should/must change my PSU. My PC specs: CPU: Intel Core i7-8700k (working at 4.7GHz) RAM: 16GB G.Skill Aegis 3000MHz GPU: ZOTAC GTX 970 MOBO: MSI Z370-A Pro PSU: Corsair CX500 (80+ Bronze) I did some research and noticed people sayin' that 500W would be fine, while others said that 650W was the safe way to go. Should I spend some cash and grab a newer and better PSU? Thanks!
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