Re: CARTE SON PCI EXEPRESS
On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 10:55, Alex PADOLY <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Message du 19/07/10 16:25
>> De : "Dominique Pautrel"
>> A : "Alex PADOLY"
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>> Objet : Re: CARTE SON PCI EXEPRESS
>> Hi Alex,
>> Le 19/07/2010 16:08, Alex PADOLY a écrit :
>> > Hi,
>> > I am going to do my PC and I look for to make it a compatible 100 % LINUX
>> > sound car on PCI EXPRESS, I readed the LINUX HARDWARE HOW-TO, it is
>> > not clear for me to choose a basic sound card on EXPRESS bus PCI
>> > recognized by LINUX.
>> > Thank you for your help concerning this delicate choice.
>> > Regards.
>> > Alex
>> > Une messagerie gratuite, garantie à vie et des services en plus, ça vous tente ?
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>> It seem like if you posted on a french list !
>> Perhaps you've got more success if you post on the Alsa user list,
>> dedicated to audio cards :
>> Alsa-user mailing list
> At the moment, it would seem that it is preferable to buy an external
> sound "card" USB to have a sound with a new generation of PC (64 bits):
USB is for flash drives, printers, etc.
Nothing good ever comes of using USB for sound or LAN
OP, M-Audio makes good cards as does Asus (Xonar series). Just don't
get anything from Creative. You would have more choice if you went PCI
instead of PCIe, and PCIe doesn't really have any particular benefits for
sound cards (unless you are building a small form-factor computer that
only has PCIe slots or something).
Actually, unless you are doing something special with audio (producing
music or DJing or something), it really makes sense to go with the
onboard sound chip. Via Envy24 chips are good, as are most that
conform to the Intel HDA spec (including the very common Realtek
chips that implement that spec (ALC88x and ALC1200)) .