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===Identifying UltraSound Cards===
 
===Identifying UltraSound Cards===
* UltraSound Classic:
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* UltraSound Classic: The original UltraSound cards we now call the "classic" cards. This card is unique in the fact it uses a bank of 8 chips for memory. It also has a double row of pins near where the card plugs into the ISA bus.
The original UltraSound cards we now call the "classic" cards. This card is unique in the fact it uses a bank of 8 chips for memory. It also has a double row of pins near where the card plugs into the ISA bus.
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* UltraSound MAX: This card is unique in the fact it uses three ribbon cable connectors on the end of the card that support Sony, Mitsumi, and Panasonic drives. It also has jumpers for setting the DMA an IRQs for the CDROM controller circuit built into the MAX.
 
* UltraSound MAX: This card is unique in the fact it uses three ribbon cable connectors on the end of the card that support Sony, Mitsumi, and Panasonic drives. It also has jumpers for setting the DMA an IRQs for the CDROM controller circuit built into the MAX.
 
* UltraSound ACE: This card is unique in the fact that it only has a line-in and a line-out connector on the external bracket. It's also a short card that's barely bigger than the slot it's plugged into. It's the only UltraSound with an Adlib Enable/Disable jumper on it.
 
* UltraSound ACE: This card is unique in the fact that it only has a line-in and a line-out connector on the external bracket. It's also a short card that's barely bigger than the slot it's plugged into. It's the only UltraSound with an Adlib Enable/Disable jumper on it.

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