I have remembered a 192 Ksps PCI-E soundcard I bought for testing a while ago.
A Xonar D2X. http://www.asus.com/Sound_Cards_and_DigitaltoAnalog_Converters/Xonar_D2X/
I tested this http://g4zfq.alotspace.com/RightMarkTests/ASUSXonarD2XAudio192.htm
Single stereo input/output but lots of options for non-SDR.
ABLETON LIVE SOFTWARE CD
CAKEWALK PRODUCTION PACK CD(SONAR LE,DIMENSION LE,PROJECT5 LE)
POWERDVD7 SOFTWARE DVD PLAYER CD
MIDI BRACKET AND ADAPTOR CABLE
S/PDIF TOSLINK OPTICAL ADAPTOR X 2
S/PDIF TOSLINK OPTICAL CABLE
3.5MM-to-RCA CABLES FOR 8 CHANNEL OUTPUT X 4
DOLBY DEMO CD
QUICK INSTALL GUIDE
I'm not sure what drivers are on the CD but drivers for Windows 7 and 8 are on the Xonar site. (And even a DOS driver) But, I think
nothing for Linux or Mac??
This was bought as unused but with box a little damaged due to storage, a picture of it all here
(5MB) it has been in two of my computers.
Say, 65UKP plus postage.
I do not use this because on my XP systems it was not compatible with many of my other cards, I even had to disable on-board sound
on one computer.
But, I've never read that others have had problems with Xonars.
73 Alan G4ZFQ