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  1. SOtM sCLK-48 installation

    Need help here. I m trying to install SOtM sCLK-48 as an upgrade to my existing tX-USBexp card. My case is an HDPlex H5s (1st gen), it's very similar to the Streacom F5. My motherboard is microATX size and I have one SSD in the case. The good old CAPS v3 Zuma setup. Is there anybody out there who has accomplished this? Comments? Recommendations? Any pics?
  2. 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.
  3. Gigabyte DAC-UP motherboards

    Gigabyte has a range of 'audiophile-grade' motherboards that contain the so called USB DAC-UP technology. According to their website these kind of motherboards are able to provide clean, noise-free power delivery to a DAC. The technology is supposed to take advantage of an isolated power source that minimizes potential fluctuations. Does anybody have experience with this and knows if this is a step up from a standard computer USB port and how this compares to a separate SotM USB card? Has somebody been able to put a USB DAC-UP motherboard into a fanless Streacom FC5 case? For example the Gigabyt GA-B85N?
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