|10 Jun 2012||#1|
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Does disabling your sound card save resources?
I'm using a television as a monitor connected to the computer through a HDMI cable.
Is there any benefit to disabling my sound card, since I get sound and video through the HDMI setup?
If so, does it save on cpu, ram resources? And should I disable it in the BIOS as well?
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