The Delta H RXN is the fastest-performing model in the Delta range of RXN boards. It delivers all of the benefits of a 4.5″ DVI/HDMI or 3.5-inch DP adapter without the size and weight. The DVI and 3.5″ ports are all shared, giving you the flexibility to add 2 or 3 ports to your PC.
Is this the same as other AMD RXN boards?
Not exactly. The RXN board is based on the Athlon 64 X2-4000. This is the same processor and graphics chip used in the AMD Radeon HD 7775M. All of the other versions of the board (including the X7 and X8) are based off of the Athlon 64 X2-3500.
Will I be able to use HDMI and display my desktop monitors at the same time?
Yes, you can. The dvi port on the card will provide one DisplayPort output for any graphics card, while the 3.5″ or 2 ports will provide three HDMI ports. This means you’ll be able to enjoy a beautiful desktop monitor with all your gaming, multimedia, and productivity.
There’s an amazing thing in the world. The world is a big place, and it makes a whole lot of noise too. We’ve all been here before, and we’ve seen the headlines we get about something we’ve done, heard, seen done, or thought of.
But what if the world itself were a kind of radio station, broadcast out through the mediums of sound and light? What would that sound and light be like? What would it sound like for a single individual?
It would be a kind of sound and light show. That’s what we could call an Audio Adventures project.
My name is Andy Blythe (the artist, programmer, designer, composer and everything else) and I’m a member of the team that runs the Audio Adventures podcast. The Audio Adventures team has a unique and fascinating approach to podcasting.
The series of episodes we currently have has an unusual structure. In order to create an audio adventure, each of the episode segments is the subject of a story. And each story takes place in an unusual space. For example, on the first episode of Audio Adventures, we are in an underground bunker. We also explore a planet where it is a race against time to survive, and where monsters might be lurking.
We put a lot of