- May 18, 2010
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|System Name||My baby|
|Processor||Athlon II X4 620 @ 3.5GHz, 1.45v, NB @ 2700Mhz, HT @ 2700Mhz - 24hr prime95 stable|
|Motherboard||Asus M4A785TD-V EVO|
|Cooling||Sonic Tower Rev 2 with 120mm Akasa attached, Akasa @ Front, Xilence Red Wing 120mm @ Rear|
|Memory||16 GB G.Skills 1600Mhz|
|Video Card(s)||ATI ASUS Crossfire 5850|
|Storage||Samsung 1Tb EcoGreen hard drive|
|Case||Antec VSK 2000 Black Tower Case|
|Audio Device(s)||Onkyo TX-SR309 Receiver, 2x Kef Cresta 1, 1x Kef Center 20c|
|Power Supply||OCZ StealthXstream II 600w, 4x12v/18A, 80% efficiency.|
|Software||Windows Vista X64|
That is exactly what I said.That's not exactly true. The PS3 doesn't support encoding of Dolby True HD or DTS HD Master Audio, so it can only pass though pre-encoded soundtracks on Blu-ray discs (and only on the slim or super slim models).
Didn't know some PS3 games support LPCM. I would have thought PCM 5.0 by bypassing the built in DD/DTS encoder. I wonder how many games actually support LPCM.However, all PS3 versions can output LPCM up to 7.1 for both games and Blu-ray discs.