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Submitted by TheSoundDefense 692d ago | review

Review: ASUS Xonar DGX Sound Card | Gametista

Some might find it hard to believe, but companies are still manufacturing and selling sound cards. In this day and age when computer motherboards have perfectly capable integrated audio options that more-or-less render sound cards obsolete, there still seems to be a need for the old stand-alone card. ASUS’ Xonar DGX is one such sound card. (Asus, PC) 9/10

SactoGamer  +   692d ago
I really don't know why you would really need a stand-alone sound card in a PC anymore. On-board audio works just fine for us.
NintendoGal  +   692d ago
Some folks are picker than others. :)

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