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    I want to know about TYAN mother Board S5396 (Intel 6321ESB chipset,Intel 5400 chipset) support or not with EDIUS NX Express series hardware card.

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    Originally posted by dvkong View Post
    I want to know about TYAN mother Board S5396 (Intel 6321ESB chipset,Intel 5400 chipset) support or not with EDIUS NX Express series hardware card.
    The express card requires 2 pci-e slots,not pci-x... I believe.
    After looking at the motherboard, it has 2 pci-e slots. The 16x would be for your video card and the 8x for whatever.
    If you had the NX that had the pci-e and pci cards I believe the board would work. The pci-x board definitely would work, if you can find one. That does not have the encoder on board, neither does the pci-e pci setup.

    The newer chipsets are not as problematic as the older chipsets and normally will work with fewer issues, if any. But then, there are occasions...
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    • #3
      can NX card use for PCI-X slot?

      I am use TYAN motherboard S2676 since 2005, I want upgrade to S5396

      My Hardware board is "Edius NX for HDV" (old verson , use 64bit/66MHz slot)
      The installation manual said that for HD editing use a 64bit/66MHz bus,
      64bit/66MHz PCI slot is longer than general 32bit/33MHz PCI slot.
      (Remark:I just need one slot for Edius NX hardware board to edit, no need Expansion board)
      So, I want to make sure "Edius NX board is work for PCI-X type.
      I know that PCI-Express slot is use for display card.
      TYAN S5396 motherboard has two PCI-X 133/100MHz slots,
      can I use this slot for NX borad?


      Thanks!

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      Last edited by dvkong; 04-13-2008, 03:45 AM.

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      • #4
        Just curious, why do you not need an expansions kit? The NX seems to me to be a bit of a waste without it.

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        • #5
          I just need my PC monitor to editing SD/HD

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          • #6
            IIRC, you won't get the HD presets without the expansion kit, but maybe I'm mis-remembering...

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            • #7
              Either way without the expansion kit, there is no way to monitor HD. You have to edit HD footage in an SD timeline and use the S-Video output to preview.

              Expansion kit is a must in my opinion.

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