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    Woot.....Shuttle is up and running

    Yup 1/2 hr to strip and build it from my other rig

    It's bloody quiet

    I have a set of headphones and a 2.1 speaker set up is it possible to get it to output to the front for the head phones and the back for the 2.1 speakers ?

    if so how ?

    btw 2.3ghz seems nippy
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    Depends which model do you have?

    You can set it up as a 2.1 out put with WinXP sound under control panel, and it shouldn't make you headphones at the front sound any different.

    If its a Nvidia sound board then try upgrading to NVmixer, and maybe have a look at NVswap.

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