Summary: nice card and cheap it has a bunch of audio channels plus 2 fiber channels it will work in a pci express 2.0 and a 1.0 slot It also has a very nice port in the back to plug in the front audio ports if you have them that is onto the card, and thats a huge plus in my book.
Summary: This is a great card, I must add a few things: First, to get the microphone to work, you must set a 'flexijack' an optional input that either serves for a mic, or a 'line-in'. Load the latest software, and be sure to install the "Console Launcher" along with the drivers, and control panel app.
Summary: The Card was very easy to install, as well as software, i have a 1.8g intel core 2 duo processor that i had built in 2007, works great with windows pro home edition, i have a logitech 5.1 surround speaker system and they have never sounded this good, very pleased
Summary: Great Card for windows xp 64 bit. Gaming in surround sound at a whole new level of clarity. Good LARGE speakers with receiver make this card really show itself off. Playing game I find myself ducking in my chair from hearing noises from behind me and above me.
Summary: Works fine with Windows 7 machines. This card is made for PCI 2.1 slots and is not forward compatible with newer motherboards. Sound is very good with either speakers or headphones. Windows 7 detected the card and I did not use the CD at all.
Summary: By Frank Kowalski Long ago, I would settle for small pci sound, even though for my better rigs I would buy soundblaster, such as the AWE64. That's a long time ago). They delivered richer sound. I then stuck with soundblaster, throughout their pci series, and through Live!
Win 7 64 Bit Compliant, nice, and inexpensive sound card!
5 October 2011
Summary: I have an "old (3yo)" DFI motherboard, which has audio integrated, and is equipped with 8GB RAM and an Intel Quad Core on it. It performs excellent yet, so, I did not think on replacing it. The problem begun when I upgraded my 32bit windows 7 software for the 64bit version.