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    Presumably all cards in a system use an amount of power and resources. Is it best i am wondering for me to remove my NX PCI X card before I upgrade to E6 and wait until the drivers are released or will it make no difference if I leave it in situ?
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    You can leave it in as long as you don't have a problem with Windows bugging you each time that it boots for drivers.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by vortigern View Post
      Presumably all cards in a system use an amount of power and resources.
      Quite different to the computer CPU or Graphics Display card, it is likely that the NX card requires a very small amount of power. I would think in the order of 3-4 watts max. As Jerry mentioned, it's probably better to leave it in as long as Windows doesn't complain. Disturbing the bus might just introduce a reliability issue down the track.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by vortigern View Post
        Presumably all cards in a system use an amount of power and resources. Is it best i am wondering for me to remove my NX PCI X card before I upgrade to E6 and wait until the drivers are released or will it make no difference if I leave it in situ?
        in device manager, disable it and it won't ask you for any more driver until you are ready to do so
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        • #5
          Thank you I will do just that.
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          • #6
            NX PCI-X Card and Edius 6 with Win7?

            I've read that Edius 6 updates are coming (someday) for NX and other cards.

            The NX PCI-X card can't run in Win Vista or 7, can it?

            If the updates arrive for NX, will a PCI-X card still operate with Edius 6.x in WinXPPro 32-bit?
            Regards,

            Jon

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Thor View Post
              I've read that Edius 6 updates are coming (someday) for NX and other cards.

              The NX PCI-X card can't run in Win Vista or 7, can it?

              If the updates arrive for NX, will a PCI-X card still operate with Edius 6.x in WinXPPro 32-bit?

              PCI-X versions work fine in Win7 and 5.51 but the PCI-X drivers may take longer to make (if at all) than PCIe version drivers
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              • #8
                Thanks, Anton!
                Regards,

                Jon

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