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Sound Blaster AWE32 "VALUE" CT3910 (1994)
« on: January 23, 2016, 08:42:44 PM »

OPL3 core CT1757 chip visible on pcb
as you can see ***NO SIMM SLOTS for sample RAM!

the chipsocket on this board is for an optional upgrade once available from creative labs:

The original AWE32 had, as standard, the CT-1748 QSound Advanced Signal Processor (ASP), later known as the Creative Signal Processor (CSP)., which was an optional upgrade in the Sound Blaster 16s.  All full-length AWE32s should have one soldered onto the PCB. The AWE32 Value has a socket for a CT-1748 chip, which could have been purchased from Creative Labs. The SB32s and AWE64s do not have any support for the chip.

Models with CT-1748 : CT2760, CT3900, CT3980, CT3990

Models with CT-1748 Socket : CT3780, CT3910

the other AWE32 "VALUE" edition card is the CT3780