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Pros: Sound quality is much better compared to on-board.
Front panel connector is a great feature - I am using the HD front panel connector (as opposed to AC97) and it works absolutely fine. (I have a antec 1200 case with stock front panel if you were wondering)
Nice gold sockets to maximize sound quality
Works with win7 64 bit thus far (see other thoughts)
Software is more than adequate for a non-audiophile. There are tons of cool options to play around with
Cons: You have to switch to headphone mode manually - not a huge problem as it takes 3 mouse clicks to do.
There might even be ways around this, I haven't investigated enough - I will remove an egg for now though because I feel like this should be an automatic feature.
Other Thoughts: I would couple this card with a nice pair of headphones or speakers as well to really hear what you are paying for.
Take care when you are sticking your front panel 10-1 pin HD or AC97 connector to the card, the fit is pretty tight and you could easily damage something if you force it. (you sort of *need* to slant it down then push in)
Be sure to download the latest drivers directly from the asus site and *do not* use the drivers on the CD the card came with- I think the newest ones for win7 64 came out in June 2010 and they seem to be working fine.
In my rig, this card sits directly above my GPU - this makes me a little nervous since the GPU generates a lot of heat. Just keep it in mind - you might want to relocate your GPU in advance.
Remember to disable your on-board sound before using the card.
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Pros: Being a nerd and all, I have gone through my fair share of SBLive!, Audigy, Audigy2, Onboards, etc. I was not expecting anything amazing, as i was switching from my Audigy 2 to this because the new motherboard doesnt have PCI. I have to say, this card rocks your face. وهذا آخر تعليق عن هذا الموضوع في نفس الموقع
From the moment you take the box out of its cover, you can feel the degree of quality. Its not like the mainstream components you buy at Worst Buy that come with one piece of cardboard bent 100 different ways so it can kinda hold the card correctly. The presentation is on par with the performance.
Heck, I even got compliments on how my voice quality improved on vent. All the girls are like HEY BABE WHO R U??? :P
Cons: Well, I am a nitpick. I see every little thing that is wrong.
My main cheese was Asus's driver download system. The website told me it was "overloaded" and i had to use the EU site. I also had to use bittorrent to download it to avoid having to install their bloatware downloader.
It uses an extra power plug, although this shouldnt be a big loss unless you are using a Dell.
Other Thoughts: I am kinda worried about heat getting to the card, as it is sandwiched between the GPU and CPU and has no heatsink. Surely that extra power plug is going to add a degree of heat. It doesnt seem to be an issue so far yet, it only gets about 95 degrees.
Pros: Great sound. My MP3s all sound excellent through my Sennheiser headphones. EAX 5 support in Vista. Easy install on Vista X64, no bloatware. So far all my games sound great. I've tried COD4, World in Conflict, Battlefield 1942, Stalker and sound positioning is right on. Everything works well so far. No BSODs or weirdness. VoIP works fine in Ventrilo and WiC.وبالتالي هم لم يذكروا أن أداء الكارت تأثر بالحرارة
Cons: Only one driver revision so far and there is an issue with the mixer and certain freq's coming out compressed or muffled. Check the Asus forums for a better explanation. I've only had this happen a few times and turning the Windows sound volume down seemed to alleviate it. Documentation is very sparse. I had to hit Google to find explanations for all the DSP modes.
Other Thoughts: So far I am very pleased with this sound card. I had an Audigy 2ZS and wanted a new card for my new PC build. Because of the Creative/Vista issues, bad drivers, and their recent decision to force someone to cease and desist from modding their drivers to restore Vista functionality, I decided to take a different direction.
Make sure you have a spare floppy drive 4 pin power connector. If not, buy an adapter.
Another thing to consider is real estate on your motherboard. I have a Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L which has 3 1X PCIe slots (IIRC). Because I have a GPU with a dual slot cooler (and the Xonar is somewhat long) there is only one PCIe slot I could use, and it partially blocks the GPU fan. Not a big deal
عموماً يستحسن أن يكون لديك باب الكيسة الجانبي به مروحة تصب هواء من الخارج مباشرة على الكارت وبالتالي لن يكون هناك أي تأثر بالحرارة وبالتوفيق
على فكرة: هل ممكن أسأل بكم الكارت وهل مستعمل أم جديد ومن أين لو كان جديد