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Available for sale is a newly custom built and tested audio PC, with the following parts: -Streacom FC8 Alpha Fanless Case -EVGA Z270 Stinger Motherboard -Intel i5-7400T CPU -8 GB 2400 DDR4 RAM -Intel 600p 512 GB M.2 SSD -Crucial MX300 1.1 TB 2.5" SSD -SOtM tX-USBexp USB Card -HDPlex 200 W Linear Power Supply -HDPlex 160 W ATX Power Adapter -Windows 10 Home Edition It's available for $2,825, including shipping to the US and a 1-year warranty. International shipping is available at an additional cost. More info is available here.
I'm new to this forum. If my question is rudimentary, I apologize in advance. I'm interested in using the SOtM tX-USBexp USB card in a Windows 7 rig but have read that there are driver problems. Computer Audiophile reviewed the tx-USBexp card in December 2012 and indicated that there was a problem with the drivers for Windows 7. The review noted: "The SOtM tX-USBexp has been problematic under certain conditions. When using the card with Windows 7 I had many issues including very distorted sound and stuttering during playback. This was unacceptable so I stopped using the card with Windows 7. I tracked the issue down to the drivers included with the card from SOtM. USB 3.0 was not included in any PCs when Windows 7 was released and Microsoft still hasn't included native support for USB 3.0 devices. Question: Anyone know if there are updated drivers for the SOtM TX-USBexp card that will work in a Windows 7 rig? If not, is there another USB card that is available for the purpose of sending data from the computer to an external DAC? Thanks for your reply.
APinkFreud posted a topic in Music ServersI am halfway through the CAPS v3 build and noticed i ordered the SOtM tX-USB Audiophile PCI to USB Audio Card when I should have ordered the SOtM tX-USBexp version. Even though the web site was somewhat confusing he policy of the company is "no returns". Does anyone know of a riser that would allow this PCI card to work with the Intel DN2800MT motherboard or a out $300. Thanks for some help