Re: PCIe audio gear [was: Too many xruns]

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On 8 September 2012 at 11:59, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano <nando@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> > I wonder if there's enough current to run the PCI card portion of
> > the Delta 1010 setup?  The data converters are in a break-out box
> > in an audio rack.  There isn't a whole lot on the PCI card, no
> > fans, and I don't even think any heat sinks.  That might indicate
> > low power.
> 
> There should be no problem with power. We are running tons of Delta66's 
> and I used to have a few 1010's as well. Easy cards to work with (so I'm 
> surprised at the problems you are having). The 1010's had problems with 
> some capacitors in the break-out box (in the power supply doubler or 
> quadrupler circuit) - replacing them fixed the issue.

I'm not having 1010 trouble.  I was wondering what to do after I can 
no longer update a computer because motherboards wouldn't be 
available with PCI slots.  I haven't tried the PCIe to PCI adapter.
I'm just exploring the idea.

Thanks...


--
Kevin


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