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Topic # 87993 12-Aug-2011 12:50
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Hi everyone here at Geekzone, and thank you for reading this post. 
I would like to know if any of you know if is there mayor differences between this cards beside that 3000 version has PCI interface while the 3300 has PCI-e interface.

the reason I ask is because a mate of mine purchased aHauppauge Wintv-HVR 3300-HDbut he does not have a mobo with PCI-e but I do and my card will work in his computer for sure as it has PCI socket mobo. So what you reckon should I swap it or not?


thanks again guys,



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  Reply # 505504 12-Aug-2011 13:50
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The main difference I'm aware of is that the HVR-3000 can only use one tuner at a time (DVB-S or DVB-T or analog) while the HVR-3300 can use both DVB-S and DVB-T at the same time.

Also, I'm willing to trade my HVR-3000 for an HVR-3300 as well.



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  Reply # 505657 12-Aug-2011 17:47
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lol
thanksmichaelt for the reply about the 3300 able to use both tuner at the same time and I was wondering if the pci-e bus is any faster than the pci bus by any chance. 

thanks for reply I think I will swap my 3000 for my mates 3300 lol


cheers,


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  Reply # 505824 12-Aug-2011 23:20
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The bus speed difference between PCI and PCI shouldn't make much difference for tuners as they don't saturate the buses. When you consider that PCI carries 133 MB/s at base speed of 33 MHz, 30 Mb/s transponders really pale in comparison...



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  Reply # 505836 12-Aug-2011 23:53
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mm1352000 thanks for reply and great to add that to my knowledge as i actually did not know those figures of PCI bus and transponder.

cheers,


Andy 

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