EVGA EVGA NU Audio Card, Lifelike Audio, PCIe, RGB LED, Designed with Audio Note (UK)

MX75365 EVGA NU Audio Card, Lifelike Audio, PCIe, RGB LED, Designed with Audio Note (UK)
MX75365 EVGA NU Audio Card, Lifelike Audio, PCIe, RGB LED, Designed with Audio Note (UK) MX75365 EVGA NU Audio Card, Lifelike Audio, PCIe, RGB LED, Designed with Audio Note (UK) MX75365 EVGA NU Audio Card, Lifelike Audio, PCIe, RGB LED, Designed with Audio Note (UK) MX75365 EVGA NU Audio Card, Lifelike Audio, PCIe, RGB LED, Designed with Audio Note (UK)

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Great audio

Submitted on Thursday, March 21, 2019
By Roy
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

Sounds great, especially with headphones. Software package isn't bloated with Dolby, THX, Atmos, etc. crap.

Weaknesses of the product

Additional Comments

It really does sound notably better than integrated audio.

A card for people who consider "spending money" their hobby

Submitted on Friday, March 01, 2019
By Chad
From Edmonton

Strengths of the product

The card is a fantastic piece of hardware - it does what it promised it would do. The sound is crisp and clear, noticeably better than the onboard sound on my motherboard (Asus Maximus X Hero)

Weaknesses of the product

This card requires a SATA power connector. It isn't that you won't have enough power to drive it, it is just that using this card will require you to run a SATA rail to a place that otherwise has no business with a SATA rail, absolutely ruining otherwise crisp cable management. For some reason, Spotify does not like playing with this card. Still working on figuring out why that might be. It isn't necessarily that I think this card will revolutionize streaming music (which tends to be lower bitrate anyway), just that I haven't been able to test it at all.

Additional Comments

When I plugged my headphones (that cost far too much money) into this sound card (that similarly cost far too much money) there was actually a noticeable difference between it and my motherboard sound. The RGB lighting isn't aggressive and can be disabled or tuned to your liking, which is nice -- though I haven't looked at syncing it with other RGB parts from other manufacturers. I don't like gaudy, glowing builds so I am not the person to check on these things.
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