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The DS only has one swappable opamp, but as blameless has said. Any mod done to the XtremeMusic can be done with the DS as well. You just have to know what you're doing. lol

You can only do so much with custom drivers.

As for the sound cards. My XtremeMusic with an LM4562 op amp and some other mods sounds pretty good. I've compared it with my friend's DX and while the DX has more of a "pop" to treble. The XtremeMusic still has a better sound stage.
    
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so i guess i am better getting one of the asus cards then over the x-fi ones with the driver ussues with 8gb ram and for music purposes
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