EVGATech_LeeMHi Everyone, here's the latest driver for the original NU Audio Card. An update to the Nahimic SDK and a fix related to User Accounts, which can cause different sort of software issues.EVGA NU Audio Card (712-P1-AN01-KR) - v0.2.1.14 (Win10 x64)Release Notes (v0.2.1.14):Update Nahimic SDK to 1.04.Fix issue with User Accounts. Let us know what you think, or if you run into any issues.
LCaldaseVGA nu Audio does not yet have a Stereo Mix that allows you to record what you hear
EVGATech_LeeMThanks for the reports. I'll pass this to our software team to review. Please post your exact Windows Build Versions, though, so our team can use that to reproduce the issues.
BLMLNHello all, I might be wrong, but I can´t find my thread where I warn the community regarding the incorrect statement on NU-Audio frequency response specs, wich are limited to 56kHz by design, so, the 384kHz and 192kHz sampling rates are almost useless for any use of this card. Did EVGA exclude it? I sugested Lee change the specs in the advertisement, showing the real frequency response of the card, months ago, but the error is still there. Regards,
man114Anyone figure out no control panel yet? I had issues with another driver so I tried using ddu to uninstall the audio driver and nothing I’ve done has gotten the control panel to install on that one build.
HazizaWill the Nu Audio card continue to get support for Windows 11? Looking to pick a card up once they are available again?