The Realtek Onboard has:High-performance CODEC with high S/N ratio (>90 dB)18-bit ADC and 20-bit DAC resolution
Originally Posted by budgetgamer
THis is good ? loaded to system RAM cant be good...
Compliant with AC'97 2.2 specifications18-bit stereo full-duplex CODEC with independent and variable sampling rate
4 analog line-level stereo inputs with 5-bit volume control: LINE_IN, CD, VIDEO, AUX
2 analog line-level mono inputs: PC_BEEP, PHONE_IN
Mono output with 5-bit volume controlStereo output with 5-bit volume control
6 channel slot selectable DAC output for multi-channel applications
2 MIC inputs, which are software selectable
Power management capabilities3D Stereo enhancement
Embedded 50mW/20ohm OP at front LINE output
External amplifier power down capability
Digital S/PDIF output
Digital S/PDIF input (ALC650 Rev. E or later)
No external crystal/clock required
Supports 1 general purpose I/O pin
Power supply: digital: 3.3V; analog: 5V/3.3V
Standard 48-pin LQFP package
-----Your PCI:Bit Depth: 16-bitMax. Sample Rate: 48 kHz
Audio Amplifier: IntegratedSound Synthesis Method: E-mu Systems
• WavetableEMU10K1 audio processor
with 1,000+MIPS and two million transistors
32-bit, 192 db, 48kHz using 8-point interpolation
256 voice capability
SoundFont technology to load samples from 2MB to 32MB into system RAM for music playback
Personally, i would go with the PCI.
|This is inaccurate and meaningless.
The ONLY way to be really sure is to check how your system runs while playing back music (regular mp3). Check with the PCI and the Onboard.
Also, remember to disable the onboard if you chose the PCI.