I got an ROG Centurion hoping for a really high quality DAC based on seeing ESS9601.
I installed latest drivers and app, but Windows 10 only offers me these choices from the sound driver: 16 bit, 44100 hz (CD quality) 16 bit, 48000 hz (DVD quality)
Is there any way to get anything better? I was hoping for at least 24 bit, 96000 hz (Studio quality) or maybe even 32 bit, 192000hz
In Windows, my driver says: ASUS ROG 7.1 Driver Provider: A-Volute Driver Date: 11/24/2016 Driver Version: 18.104.22.1685 ( If I search for anything else it always says I have the best driver installed. )
I have Sonic Studio v1.1.20 Sound Card FW v1.0.6 Control Box FW v1.3
The ASUS ROG Centurion 7.1 USB "base station" identifies as device 0B05:1815 (VID:PID). I think I need a different driver for that device that supports/offers better than 16bit/48Khz. Hopefully ASUS didn't put some 16bit interface chip in front of the 32bit DAC.
Note, I did some searching and saw people saying "Install Sonic Studio 3"... I found that and tried and it said my device is not supported. I am NOT using motherboard audio. I have Asus Centrion USB headset, and ASUS PG32UQ monitor. If SupremeFX is just for Asus motherboard audio, I need something different for the Centurion USB device driver, since I have disabled my motherboard Realtek Audio.
( FYI, my motherboard is ASUSTeK Prime Z490-P, but I don't think that matters here.)
I tried putting the ROG Centurion on my Alienware laptop and had the same results with 16bit max.