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I need some help, as i know nothing of sound cards.

I was contracted to fix this woman's PC who had a dell where the motherboard and cpu were dead. I am assuming it was a power surge or something of the sort. She had a dell dimension 4400, and i told her it was 280$ to get a new motherboard from dell. So i told her i could replace her motherboard, cpu, and get her new windows xp for cheaper then that. ( okay on with the real reason)
She had a sound card, network card, and graphics card, because the dell motherboard didnt support neither, or have any onboard of the sort.
So i gave her a mobo with onboard audio, networking, and video.
She told me to keep everything she didnt need.
So i have this sound card which im not sure would be better then my 780i on board. I know nothing about audio or sound cards.
I have the evga 780i
This is the sound card she had:
http://www.etech4sale.com/120860/cre...ster-live.html

Any ideas ?
Should i throw the card in and use it ?
Should i sell the card somewhere ?
Should i recycle the card and toss it ?
Thanks guys
 

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I did notice this
The card processes sample rates from 5kHz to 48kHz

My board processes sample rates from 96 KHz for its inputs and 192 KHz for its outputs.

So it makes me think my board smashes on that card.
The card is way to outdated maybe...


Again i dont know anything .
 
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