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Creative Labs X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Internal 7.1channels PCI-E

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A sound card or audio board allows computers to play and record sound. If you have a 5.1 or 7.1 audio board, you can connect your computer to your home cinema set for the real cinema experience, with full surround sound, whilst playing games or viewing DVDs.
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Long product name Creative Labs X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Internal 7.1channels PCI-E :
The short editorial description of Creative Labs X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Internal 7.1channels PCI-E

X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional, 24 bit, 109 dB, 7.1
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Short summary description Creative Labs X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Internal 7.1channels PCI-E:
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Creative Labs X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional, 7.1 channels, 24 bit, 109 dB, 10 - 88000 Hz, PCI-E, 256 MB

Long summary description Creative Labs X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Internal 7.1channels PCI-E:
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Creative Labs X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional. Audio output channels: 7.1 channels, Audio quality: 24 bit, Line-out Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR): 109 dB. Host interface: PCI-E. Minimum RAM: 256 MB, Minimum processor: Intel Pentium 4, AMD Athlon 1.6 GHz, Minimum hard disk space: 600 MB

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-09-26
Testseek has collected 20 expert reviews for Creative Labs X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional and the average expert rating is 84 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
84%
Source Review comments Score
extremetech.com
Updated:
2011-09-26
This X-Fi looks totally different from any youve seen before. Its shielded to prevent any interference from nearby expansion cards. Its rear ports are color coded, something Creative has been sporadically lax about. It contains a standard front-panel...
Good Outstanding gaming audio with excellent positional accuracy; brilliant movie audio; full compatibility with all games.
Bad Requires software activation, even with minimal installation; muted Windows sounds in Vista.
Bottom line Sound Blaster finally does PCI Express in style, and we like it.Performance Test Res...
80%
pureoverclock.com
Updated:
2011-09-26
Creative Labs X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty sound card is the audio companys latest release, and this time its an attempt at providing a quality product with a PCI-e interface in a market that is woefully underdeveloped. Boasting some extensive features an...
Bottom line The arrival of Creatives Titanium Fatal1ty is good news for gamers, as it seems to have overcome the troubles of its earlier siblings, particularly with drivers and Windows Vista. Very aware of this history, I spent a great deal of time testing this c...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-26
Although the latest gaming PCs are fitted with faster PCI Express card slots, most soundcards are still designed to be plugged into older, slower PCI slots. This is where the Soundblaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty comes in. It’s a x1 PCI Express card (it...
Good Brilliant performance in games; great overall sound quality; good sound enhancement options...
Bad Very expensive...
Bottom line The Titanium Fatal1ty is a great performer in games, but it’s very expensive in comparison to rival gaming cards...
80%
toptenreviews.com
Updated:
2011-09-26
There is more controversy about Creative than any other sound card manufacturer. Creative has been around since the '80s and has had a few bumps in the road, but for a time they were the standard sound card provider for PCs. Now it seems the fan base i...
Good The Fatal1ty Pro has a nice balance of home theater and gaming support...
Bad It doesn’t have any coaxial support.
Bottom line A great all-purpose sound card...
75%
techwarelabs.com
Updated:
2011-09-26
Back in the dark ages of PC gaming, when MS-DOS was the usual platform and the mouse was an optional affair, one had two choices for getting sound out of the PC. Choice one: get a Sound Blaster card, and let the games do their thing mostly unassisted...
Bottom line The question I hear over and over when discussing this card with friends is this: “Why bother with a sound card at all? Isn’t the motherboard’s sound good enough these days?” Indeed, if you’re not terribly picky about sound q...
0%
ixbtlabs.com
Updated:
2011-09-26
Also check out our Interview With Darragh OToole, Creative about the new PCI Express X-Fi sound cards. The birth of PCI Express cards The "relationships" between the PCI Express bus and Creative were not shaping well. At first, the company tried to co...
Bottom line Our tests prove the good quality of the new X-Fi Titanium family. These cards are honestly positioned for gamers now, being the best choice in this category. PCI Express itself does not give any benefits to the cards. But X-Fi Titaniums, owing to Crea...
0%
HardCOREware.net
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2011-09-26
When we last reviewed a gaming soundcard, Creative had just launched the first Sound Blaster product based on the X-Fi controller. This controller features hardware acceleration of DirectSound 3D, freeing up resources for the CPU. It even had its ow...
Good Sounds great still Full 8 channel output on the card Optical digital input AND output ALchemy fixes some games EAX still sounds great in the few games that use it Free DTS and Dolby Digital passthrough Finally, a use for those PCIE X1 slots!...
Bad Onboard audio has caught up in quality Vista severely hampers overall usefulness of this product Expensive...
Bottom line When we first reviewed the X-Fi Fatal1ty in 2006, we called it the "soundcard of the future". Mostly because many of the features were beyond what game developers ever had access to, and very few used them (at the time, only two games had X-R...
0%
techspot.com
Updated:
2011-09-26
Creative has been a leader in the PC audio market for as long as I can remember. In fact, the first Sound Blaster card hit the market almost 20 years ago, which can be considered an eternity in "computer years". During this time, Creative has launched...
Bottom line We know for a fact many people still use integrated audio, and perhaps they see no big reason to switch. Audio is audio and it all sounds the same, right? Absolutely not! Most people aren’t too concerned with audio unless they have been subjected to h...
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