Question How can i tell if my motherboard (a higher class one, see topic) can handle my 80ohm's headphones?

Mar 10, 2023

I've ordered a Beyerdynamic's DT770 Pro headphone which has a impendance of 80ohm's.
Currently, i'm using a SteelSeries Arctis Pro, but will move tomorrow to the DT770 Pro. However, i haven't purchased a soundcard yet, as i have to save up the couple extra bucks for them.
In the mean time, i would like to test the DT770 Pro 80Ohm's, and use the Arctis Pro Wireless too.

My motherboard is a ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Dark Hero. I have done some searches on the chipset, but i couldn't find any information about it. Maybe because i don't have much knowledge about Ohm's and outputs regarding audio.
The ASUS does have "ROG SupremeFX7.1 Surround Sound High Definition Audio CODEC" and "ESS® ES9023P", supporting 24-bits 96khz.
And, for the stuff i want to use the Headphone with, will be audio monitoring for video-editing. The audio there is recorded in 24-bit 96khz, so that seems to be a perfect match!

Is there any way to calculate (?) to how much in Ohm's it could support?