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EVGA gets into sound cards with Nu Audio, a high-end board that delivers 'lifelike' gaming

Tuesday January 8, 2019. 06:47 PM , from PC World
Maybe PC audio is still important after all. At CES 2019 on Tuesday, EVGA introduced Nu Audio, its first-ever sound card with claims that it will bring “lifelike gaming” to your ears. EVGA partnered with UK firm AudioNote on the card, which features a six-layer, gold-plated PCB. Making clean audio depends a lot of getting noise-free power, so EVGA uses AudioNote capacitors and resistors in the card as well as a Texas Instrument power-regulation circuit. There’s also German-made WIMA capacitors and AKM 4493 DACS and AKM 5572 ADCs. The card also embeds an XMOS xCORE-200 processor for most of the audio chores on the card.The card can drive large 600 Ohm cans and also supports up to 384KHz, 32-bit audio files.To read this article in full, please click here
https://www.pcworld.com/article/3331898/computers/evga-nu-audio-sound-card.html#tk.rss_all
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