EVGA gets into sound cards

With Nu Audio sound card

Known for its GPUs, motherboards and power supplies, EVGA introduced a high-end sound card called Nu Audio. EVGA partnered with UK firm AudioNote in order to develop this sound card.

The sound card sports six-layer and a gold-plated PCB. In order to offer a noise-free quality, EVGA uses AudioNote capacitors and resistors as well as a Texas Instrument power-regulation circuit. Furthermore there are German-made WIMA capacitors and AKM 4493 DACS and AKM 5572 ADCs.

On the backside we see RCA, quarter-inch, two 3.5mm jacks and, a TOSLINK port. Furthermore EVGA added an HD front-panel audio header that we believe that is quite odd. The card uses PCI-Express 2.0 x1 bus interface and draws power from a SATA power input.

According to EVGA, the card will cost $250 EVGA Elite Members will be able to buy it for $200.

Source: PCworld

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini

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