Review: Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty PCI-E provides a review of Creative's new sound card. The installation process is shown and discussed. Regarding testing, the audio quality is assessed in Blu-ray movies, and also in the games Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Unreal Tournament III.

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TiKiMaN13710d ago

The sound quality is fantastic. I highly recommend investing the $139.99 for this part.

Yuji Naka3710d ago

Yeah, I've got one too hooked up to my 5.1 system via optical.

Sounds really great, I had a bit of trouble getting it into my Lexa Blackline case though. (Stupid no-tool holder)

TiKiMaN13709d ago

Unfortunately tool-less cases often make it harder if you have many cards connected to your motherboard in my experience. Instead of making life easier in some ways it just make things more difficult. I prefer just using standard screws.

PikkonX3710d ago

I haven't touched a sound card since the days when Voodoo graphics cards were on top. Pretty much everything I play sounds fine with the onboard audio, but then again, I've never really been an audiophile.

TiKiMaN13710d ago

I think onboard audio has gotten better over time. There is something special though about using the CMSS-3D, Crystalizer, and Bass Boost features with this card. It certainly makes the games much more immersive in my opinion.