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Oct 22, · Posted July 17, 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. Oct 31, · First we’ll talk about a USB DAC, which in most cases comes with an amplifier integrated. Essentially it’s a combo. You won’t have to worry about different wiring and the like. All Amp/DAC combo’s that I’ve demoed come with at least a USB cable to hook up to your computer. A cable is really all you’ll need! Ayre was the first to offer an “asynchronous USB DAC,” which puts the master clock in the DAC to regulate the data transfer. This Ayre QB-9 is a high-end unit with XLR audio outputs (arrows).
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Ayre was the first to offer an “asynchronous USB DAC,” which puts the master clock in the DAC to regulate the data transfer. This Ayre QB-9 is a high-end unit with XLR audio outputs (arrows). Oct 12, · Gigabyte implements their USB DAC-Up ports on a separate USB port which I have read, plays nicer with asynchronous USB DACs but the locally available Gigabyte motherboard models that have this feature are prohibitively expensive and are targeted to the enthusiast overclocker ted Reading Time: 6 mins. Jan 23, · An external DAC (Digital Audio Converter) will often produce better sound than most onboard options, and Gigabyte offers those ports for people (audiophiles) – the DAC UP ports are supposed to be.
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Infineon is in talks with Taiwanese DRAM manufacturers?
No, after all, someone should unite with someone in the DRAM industry or not? Another rumor from Taiwan: German Infineon, seemingly began negotiations with Winbond, Nanya and Mosel Vitelic – the leading DRAM suppliers on the island.
It is not yet clear how and what the companies are talking about. Recall that recently, before the price hike for SDRAM, Mosel Vitelic and Winbond talked about leaving the mass market for niche memory markets. But the situation has changed, and quite radically, and now the vultures disperse like “hot cakes”.
So let’s not guess without a drop of reliable information – this is a thankless job. We’d better wait for some official information from Taiwanese companies and / or company # 4 in the DRAM market.