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  1. Chris was very fortunate that he asked us to assist when he did, because it was around the time that we possibly got one of our last shipments for that specific card. It may be possible to find a dwindling supply (if not completely gone) of our 2080 Ti XC Hydro Copper cards at one of our many authorized resellers, but RTX 2080 Ti cards are disappearing fast - and that's pretty much the case for every manufacturer. Graphics cards with pre-installed waterblocks are always sort of a limited run due to the lifespan of the GPU generation (out of our hands), and the need to correctly guess how many waterblocks to build at any point during said lifespan. Currently, we sell the standalone block here, so if you have a compatible graphics card model, you can replace the original stock cooler without voiding your warranty (you would just need to put your original cooler back on if you send it in for warranty). If you are looking for the next best replacement, you can go down a model to the RTX 2080 Super, where we do still have a couple options for graphics cards with a pre-installed waterblock. Sort by clicking the WaterCooling icon at the top.
  2. That's a heck of a build, for sure! We were more than happy to help out for this ambitious project, and I'm happy to see that the final result turned out as amazing as it did. Kudos!
  3. Thanks for the feedback! Also, I wanted to note that @tigerdog graciously spent some time and put together a guide for setting up the NU Audio Card in Linux over at the EVGA forums: https://forums.evga.com/Working-Guide-Using-Nu-Audio-in-Linux-m3057165.aspx
  4. Hi everyone, Our Audio team put together a little firmware package that allows you to flash different firmware between Windows and Linux options for the original NU Audio Card. It still requires you to flash the firmware in Windows, and you must have a driver installed. Inside the download is a PDF to walk you through the process. The main addition to this pack is that you can flash between firmwares to set the input as either Mic-In or Line-In. Let me know if you run into any issues. https://cdn.evga.com/nuaudiocard/NU_Audio_FW_for_Linux.zip
  5. Official driver posted today that should fix the crash issue after DSD playback: https://forums.evga.com/NU-Audio-Driver-Release-v0215-Win10-Fixes-Crash-after-DSD-Playback-m3015237.aspx There is a firmware update, so you'll have to switch to a Windows PC briefly, if you're using Linux. With regards to Linux firmware updating, I'm afraid it's not possible at this time. The short answer involves custom drivers from Thesycon and related firmware, which (as a side-effect) prevents the card from being recognized in Linux. I don't know if that means it can never be done, but right now it isn't something on the roadmap, unfortunately.
  6. I can confirm this. I plan to put an FAQ up at the EVGA forums for op-amps, but time has not been friendly, lately. I have these downloaded if the drive link no longer works. Please note that these measurements were taken with the NU Audio Pro card, not the original NU Audio Card.
  7. Thanks everyone, I'll forward this to our Audio team. As you might imagine, both I and our Audio team were on break over the holiday. Generally, I'd suggest everyone report these kinds of issues to me (of the more complicated variety, that is), as our Customer Service will probably just forward them to me anyway. Yes, we will continue to support the original NU Audio card. There is probably a higher focus on tuning the drivers for the Pro cards prior to shipping the cards at this moment, but we are still working on other bugs/issues with the current NU Audio card. For Miska, I'll see if they can possibly work on a firmware updater for Linux, but Linux really isn't our strong suit when it comes to driver support.
  8. Yes, yes we did. As I noted in another thread, we will continue to sell the original NU Audio Card along with the newer Pro card. They have different audio signatures to my ear, and I can certainly see that some might prefer the more analytical profile of the original card, comparatively. After all, we each have our own preferences. More to the point, that also means that we are not ending support for the original NU Audio Card, either.
  9. @Samuel T Cogley Looks like the fix made it in our driver update. Please let me know how it works - Link
  10. @Samuel T Cogley One other thing to note is that we have +(positive) EQ mostly disabled if the master volume is set to 100% to avoid overvolume situations. If you haven't tried, drop the master volume a few % (~97% or ~95%) and see if the EQ issues still occur. If so, then our next driver should help with the issue.
  11. Thanks for the feedback. We're actively working on this to tweak the firmware for this issue right now. Initial testing looks good, so it just needs to finish full testing. We have a new driver planned for Friday, but I'm not sure if this update will make it.
  12. I can confirm that there are no plans to end production of the NU Audio Card at this time.
  13. If you don't mind, please send me a PM with what's going on. I don't mind helping you out here, but I'd rather not try to take the thread too much further off-topic. If the OP doesn't mind, however, we can work on it here.
  14. Hi rickca, I sent you a PM. To make a long story short, ASIO appears to work fine in other applications, such as foobar2000 or jriver. More testing with Qobuz is needed at this point.
  15. Hi rickca, Small world. I was directed here by our friends at Audio Note who saw Miska's post on the measurements. However, I also recognize the issue you're reporting, since I was the PM our CS checked with. There's a lot more context and information here in this thread about your issue, so I made an account here to let you know that I'll follow up with our Audio team to check into your situation and see what we can do about it.
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