Talk:Intel High Definition Audio

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Why is IHD called AZALIA ? Any special reason ??

Just a codename. For example, Intel uses geographical names for their CPUs and chipsets (look here). Why not use flower names for audio codecs? (talk) 06:51, 9 January 2008 (UTC)


How could it be that 192 ks/s times 32 bit times 2 channels (12.288 Mbit/s), when downsampled to 96 ks/s, provides 8 channels (24.576 Mbit/s)? Logically, «low-end» mode should carry 16 bits only, i. e. “192/32/2 vs 96/16/8”. (talk) 06:51, 9 January 2008 (UTC)

the HDA in nforce 8200 with vista x64 totally sucks, it just doesnt work. It works in linux

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