What firewire chipset is on the XT3

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  1. Intricate

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    I know the XT and XT2 used texas instruments firewire chipsets, but these tablets just didn't cut it for me on horsepower.

    What does the XT3 use?
     
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    Bump.

    I'm about to upgrade my XT for an XT3, but only if it has a Texas Instruments firewire chipset, can anyone inform me with this?

    Thanks
     
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    Nobody owning a XT3 that can look this up?
     
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    Not many people here own the XT3.
     
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    ven_1217&dev_13f7

    Not really sure of the manufacture. Windows is using generic drivers for it.

    Why is it important to get that specific firewire chip?
     
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    In my (and many others) experience, texas instruments is the only chipset that supports a broad range of audio interfaces, compared to via, jmicron, ricoh etc.
    And performs stable as well.
     
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