I happen to own one of this buggers! I'm running Windows 7 x64 Ultimate. It's a shame this card it's not supported by the kX project, I would like to try the driver, but well...
Anyway, curious thing, when I first installed the card, I didn't have internet so Windows didn't installed it automatically, then I searched a bit and found out that Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio it's very similar, so I downloaded it's drivers and force windows to install them. Worked perfectly, except it didn't show the jacks information. Later on windows update offered a driver update, and I'm using the "normal" driver now.
I'll mess with it after I mod my card, but I'm not sure how to start.
What opamps and capacitors should I use? I heard at another thread that film capacitors are much better, but I researched for types of capacitors and there are so many!
I'm a PC hardware distributor and have access to dead motherboards which have many kinds of capacitors. =D
What should I look for? Big ass values? Solid ones?
The big green capacitors I see replaced at the pics are all the front green jack uses?
Audio grade caps are your best bet. I recommend Nichicon's muse series or if you have the money Rubycon Blackgates. I would stay away from large capasitance and go for quality.
I used 220uF Nichicon Muse caps for the opamp buffers and decoupling caps.
Sorry for the delay, I was moving and I just now got internet back.