X5000 Proven to Work Hardware List

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Re: X5000 Proven to Work Hardware List

Postby amigasociety » Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:30 pm

mechanic wrote:
amigasociety wrote: Mine appears to have a chipset that may not work. My chipset on mine shows emu10k1X-dbq and it fails to show in my Sounds Prefs.

TJ

I do not have a X5000, however I do have 3 SBLive! SB-0220 cards that are all working in my X1000 and other Linux boxes.
They are all emu10k1-jff chips. Looking around for drivers it seems the EMU10k1x-dbq cards need special drivers even for window$.

Is the model number SB-0220 on your card?


Nope, SB-0200 so appears that link we had was not a good one for the correct card, bummer, but only $7.

I went to Frys today and picked up a Diamond Xtreme Sound 5.1 PCI XS51 and it works so far fine, even after watching a YouTube video. $14.99 plus gas for me.

Guessing this Sound Blaster I have is now for the bin as my Aussie friends call it.

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Re: X5000 Proven to Work Hardware List

Postby Spectre660 » Wed Oct 25, 2017 10:40 pm

Pine Crystal CS4281 PCI Sound Card apparently works.
0x1013 0x6005 Cirrus Logic Crystal CS4281 PCI Audio
PCI card uses same sound chip as the Sam440 onboard sound.
http://www.amigans.net/modules/xforum/v ... post108392
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Re: X5000 Proven to Work Hardware List

Postby Acill » Thu Oct 26, 2017 3:42 pm

Strange the link i posted was wrong, I could have swore it showed and listed them as the 0220 version. Mine came as a 0220 and the link I posted was from the auction I got it from. I am trully sorry if it was my mistake here, but I can confirm if you get the 0220 version it should work well.
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Re: X5000 Proven to Work Hardware List

Postby Spectre660 » Thu Oct 26, 2017 4:20 pm

Interestingly the Diamond Xtreme Sound 5.1 PCI XS51 uses the CMI8738 chip .

amigasociety wrote:
mechanic wrote:
amigasociety wrote: Mine appears to have a chipset that may not work. My chipset on mine shows emu10k1X-dbq and it fails to show in my Sounds Prefs.

TJ

I do not have a X5000, however I do have 3 SBLive! SB-0220 cards that are all working in my X1000 and other Linux boxes.
They are all emu10k1-jff chips. Looking around for drivers it seems the EMU10k1x-dbq cards need special drivers even for window$.

Is the model number SB-0220 on your card?


Nope, SB-0200 so appears that link we had was not a good one for the correct card, bummer, but only $7.

I went to Frys today and picked up a Diamond Xtreme Sound 5.1 PCI XS51 and it works so far fine, even after watching a YouTube video. $14.99 plus gas for me.

Guessing this Sound Blaster I have is now for the bin as my Aussie friends call it.

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Re: X5000 Proven to Work Hardware List

Postby tonyw » Fri Oct 27, 2017 2:03 am

amigasociety wrote:Guessing this Sound Blaster I have is now for the bin as my Aussie friends call it.


Don't "bin" it just yet - there may be a driver available for it one day ;)
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Re: X5000 Proven to Work Hardware List

Postby amigasociety » Fri Oct 27, 2017 9:21 pm

tonyw wrote:
amigasociety wrote:Guessing this Sound Blaster I have is now for the bin as my Aussie friends call it.


Don't "bin" it just yet - there may be a driver available for it one day ;)


Yeh, it was a joke as I have a amiga friend in Australia that has used the "bin" word to dispose of working goodies... hehe

I still have it... and will keep just in case.

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Re: X5000 Proven to Work Hardware List

Postby Skateman » Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:15 pm

As i am expecting my X5000 to arrive hopefully next week, i have already bought a second hand soundcard... just in case...

Its based on the Via Envy24 chipsets en will hopefully work, in case of CMI emergency.. :-)

This is the card https://m.seehuhn.de/images/revoboard-1600.jpg
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Re: X5000 Proven to Work Hardware List

Postby nbache » Sun Nov 05, 2017 11:25 pm

Skateman wrote:Its based on the Via Envy24 chipsets en will hopefully work, in case of CMI emergency.. :-)
Note that there are drivers for Envy24 and Envy24HT - two quite different chipsets, as per what I've been told. The Envy24 (without HT) isn't that much used, but I did (do?) have an M-Audio Delta something which needed it. The Envy24HT is what e.g. the Juli@ and other more or less common cards use.

Your chip seems to be an Envy24GT - I don't know if that is compatible with either of the two drivers - you might be lucky, but then again you might not.

Just so you're prepared ...

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Re: X5000 Proven to Work Hardware List

Postby Antique » Mon Nov 06, 2017 12:25 am

Is the only Creative card the sb live with SB0220? I see alot of Audigy cards for sale. And some ASUS cards.
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Re: X5000 Proven to Work Hardware List

Postby Skateman » Mon Nov 06, 2017 2:26 pm

nbache wrote:
Skateman wrote:Its based on the Via Envy24 chipsets en will hopefully work, in case of CMI emergency.. :-)
Note that there are drivers for Envy24 and Envy24HT - two quite different chipsets, as per what I've been told. The Envy24 (without HT) isn't that much used, but I did (do?) have an M-Audio Delta something which needed it. The Envy24HT is what e.g. the Juli@ and other more or less common cards use.

Your chip seems to be an Envy24GT - I don't know if that is compatible with either of the two drivers - you might be lucky, but then again you might not.

Just so you're prepared ...

Best regards,

Niels


You are right.. but for 12.50 euro i gave it a try... than again it is not that well documented http://www.intuitionbase.com/comphard.php?category=3
For example on intuitionbase the M-Audio Evo 5.1 has a Envy24HT chipset... but its a GT chipset..

Anyway... we will find out soon...
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