They should all work fine. FireWire is a pretty specific standard without variation.
But...why do you need a card? It's rare these days to find a mobo without FireWire built-in.
What is the brand/model of your computer (or motherboard, if self built) and what does the hardware manual say about built-in Firewire?
Actually it's rare these days to find a newer motherboard WITH firewire ... USB 3.0 the Thunderbolt have many motherboard manufacturers phasing out Firewire. Agree, they "should" all work, but in my experience some work better than others. Was hoping that someone could positively say YES XYZ brand will work with CS6.
Yes, custom built rig (Asus MB), no firewire on board.
As long as it uses the TI chip, and is a regular FW400 board, you should be OK. I would avoid boards that have FW800 or that use the VIA chip or other brand.
Thanks, I'll look for the Ti Chip based boards.
it's rare these days to find a newer motherboard WITH firewire
Wow, you're right. Over at Newegg, they list only 83 out of 364 Intel boards with FireWire built-in. And 268 with at least one USB 3.0 port.
How things change...