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Gigabyte has a range of 'audiophile-grade' motherboards that contain the so called USB DAC-UP technology. According to their website these kind of motherboards are able to provide clean, noise-free power delivery to a DAC. The technology is supposed to take advantage of an isolated power source that minimizes potential fluctuations. Does anybody have experience with this and knows if this is a step up from a standard computer USB port and how this compares to a separate SotM USB card? Has somebody been able to put a USB DAC-UP motherboard into a fanless Streacom FC5 case? For example the Gigabyt GA-B85N?
Need help here. I m trying to install SOtM sCLK-48 as an upgrade to my existing tX-USBexp card. My case is an HDPlex H5s (1st gen), it's very similar to the Streacom F5. My motherboard is microATX size and I have one SSD in the case. The good old CAPS v3 Zuma setup. Is there anybody out there who has accomplished this? Comments? Recommendations? Any pics?
Available for sale is a newly custom built and tested audio PC, with the following parts: -Streacom FC8 Alpha Fanless Case -EVGA Z270 Stinger Motherboard -Intel i5-7400T CPU -8 GB 2400 DDR4 RAM -Intel 600p 512 GB M.2 SSD -Crucial MX300 1.1 TB 2.5" SSD -SOtM tX-USBexp USB Card -HDPlex 200 W Linear Power Supply -HDPlex 160 W ATX Power Adapter -Windows 10 Home Edition It's available for $2,825, including shipping to the US and a 1-year warranty. International shipping is available at an additional cost. More info is available here.