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That's not true

I believe that the problems you are pointing at have been solved in the new Unixonar drivers version.
You can find them here: http://brainbit.wordpress.com/
It is also possible to set low-latency.
Obviously, you need to set them at 32 bit otherwise cPlay cannot use them.
Asus reports them as ASIO 2, but cPlay Diagnostics says ASIO 1 though.
Here it is:

ASIO Driver Initializing...
Name (C-Media Oxygen ASIO)
Player ASIO version (2)
Driver ASIO version (1)
Message (No ASIO Driver Error)
Channels (inputs: 2, outputs: 8)
Buffer details (min: 4, max: 15360, preferred: 180, granularity: 64)
Sample rate ( 176400.0)
Output Ready? Supported
Preparing buffers... successful
Latencies (input: 180, output: 360)
Hardware supports additional optimization - enabled
ASIO Driver initialized.

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