Hi folks, I've read a bunch of other threads but can't seem to find a solution that works for me. In my case, my Nu Audio card creates a tremendous amount of noise through the speakers whenever the GPU is doing anything. So if the desktop is completely idle, there's no noise I can hear at all. If I ..
https://images.evga.com/forums/hp/naochlist2.png This is an official list of headphones that have been tested and certified to use with the EVGA NU Audio Card. Initially, you will likely only see headphones that we receive as samples from manufacturers, but we will add more over time. This list shou..
existing cable is short and different connectorShould Nu audio rear connector work without front connected?On board audio is not enabled.No lights, sound, or click now (and not sure about software installation, it said it was successful but haven't proven it) If no miracle with the above I'll contin..
Linux Support At LastEVGA have released limited support for the Nu Audio (not Pro) under Linux. It's pretty bare-bones, but it's enough to allow enjoying the quality of the Nu's hardware and design without needing Windows. A little background: internally the Nu is constructed as a USB audio device a..
Unfortunately, I can't get the headphone output to work.
The card is installed and I can only get sound from the line out but not from the headphone output.
I cannot start the installed software. Deleting the folder App Data folder, then Local, then EVGA doesn't help. Windows is reinstalled.
In the market for a new card now that my SoundBlaster AE5 is literally dying on me. Not completely, but it's starting to distort audio (it's slight and random, but super annoying when it happens). I actually thought it was my headset, but tried 2 headsets, my usual (Astro A40 (yes I know, old)) and ..
I installed my EVGA Nu Audio card in my new Dell Inspiron 3880 desktop and downloaded the latest driver.The card appears as EVGA Nu Audio under "Sound, video and game controllers" in Device Manager. The EVGA Nu Audio Led lights on the side are lit up as well. So the card is powered up.At first there..
On the Pro, when the DSP active what is the bit and khz max rate? For creative when you have their dsp active it is 32bit and 96kHz. Was looking for this in the specs, but I must be blind...
The last sound card i bought was the Sound Blaster Pro in 1990, and i remember when my friend and I hooked it up.. It was beyond amazing... It brought gaming, at that time, to a "completely" nother level.. How are they these days and are they needed. I was looking at the new sound blaster and EVGA N..
Running a 7.1 Tiamat v2. Sounds thin and has no bass no matter how much you boost it in the software (which sounds horrible). I had a Creative AE-5 before upgrading to the Nu Audio Pro. so yeah $180 5.1 to a $300 for 7.1 analog surround sound. Funny thing is Creative AE-5 in 5.1 actually brought out..