Hi, thanks. Soo… I have the UR22C already and no problems on Intel. Actually I’m only asking because it got a review on Thomann stating that the reviewer couldn’t get his streaming done due to drop outs and rated it one star.
What I want from the UR22C is just the 32 samples latency. I’ve tried that (using the Intel PC) and liked it, though I’m not sure I can absolutely tell the difference to 64 samples. I just thought, it must be USB 3 that they can do this, why** else should they build the device with USB 3? Only the power source topic maybe? I believe I want USB 3.
The Motherboard should just be stable. I would even accept RGB lighting that does whatever. I just need 4 RAM slots and the USB 3 thing.
I didn’t know some USB connections go directly to the CPU and don’t use any other controller. So the whole issue is no issue at all? Is the chipset doing the USB in this case?
I mean, there are connections that are definitely not bound to anything that could be labeled “ASMedia”? (or whatever makes the dropouts). PS: Sorry for being difficult to educate about this. I have no idea how the PC works.
What I think I have understood is: Steinberg writes “The dropouts seem to be related to the following USB controllers”. Controllers as plural. So, since they didn’t write any workaround for the X 370 / X 470 chipset, I skip these completely.
And if I knew what’s inside the boards, I would also skip ASMedia, too. But it’s not easy to google. Actually I’m not thinking about any specific board at all (or any other problem than the UR22C), rather about someone saying what board to buy because it works with the UR22C or someone telling me there’s a firmware fix for the UR22C.
You have a x370, have you had the chance to connect a UR-C audio interface to it?
Anyway, thanks a lot for your help.
**Do they need the USB 3.1 for large bandwidth to the on-board effects? (And USB 2.0 will do 32 samples latency, too.)