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Need pci sound card for Windows 7 (not PCI-E)

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Am looking at ASUS Xonar DG Pci sound card, one by Rosewill, and one by Sound Blaster.  Lots of people like the Rosewill and price is low.  Can anyone recommend a decent PCI type card to replace onboard audio.  Playing lossless music into pair of Swan speakers.

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Am looking at ASUS Xonar DG Pci sound card, one by Rosewill, and one by Sound Blaster.  Lots of people like the Rosewill and price is low.  Can anyone recommend a decent PCI type card to replace on-board audio.  Playing lossless music into pair of Swan speakers.


The Xonar DG and Rosewill 702 both use the same C-Media CMI8768 audio processor.

Not sure if the third party Unified Xonar Drivers work with the 702.

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The Xonar DG and Rosewill 702 both use the same C-Media CMI8768 audio processor.

 

The Xonar DG uses the CMI8786, which is a relabeled CMI8788.

The Rosewill 702 uses the CMI8768, which is just a CMI8738 with two additional channels.

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The Xonar DG uses the CMI8786, which is a relabeled CMI8788.

The Rosewill 702 uses the CMI8768, which is just a CMI8738 with two additional channels.

Oops, got my numbers mixed up.

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