Reviews and Problems with Creative X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Series
Showing 1-10 of 37
A Great Soundcard, But it Comes With Buggy Useless Drivers and Software
31 March 2012
Summary: I bought this soundcard to use in my Digital Audio Workstation. I regularly use soundfonts to apply instruments to musical mixes. And Creative soundcards have traditionally had the ability to do this. When up-grading to Windows 7 64-bit, I found that my Audigy 2 card no longer worked well. So I bought a X-Fi Fatal1ty Titanium Pro to replace the Audigy since the X-Fi was reported to be compatible with Windows 7 64-bit.
Summary: It looks like the X-Fi series is the standard for a good gaming experience with positional audio. I always had Soundblaster cards and wouldn't settle for anything less, like on-board sound for example. I got a brand new Asus motherboard with so-called X-Fi sound on-board but compared to a PCI-PCI-E soundcard it sounds like a trash can.
Summary: Es un excelente producto cumple con mis requerimentos de sonido tanto para video juegos como para musica video multimedia, producto recomendado para los amantes de la musica asi como conocedores de efectos de sonido dolby y dts
Summary: The clarity while playing games or voice chatting on msn,yahoo,etc is so clear and crisp. Easy to install ,just remember that you can plug in the front inputs of your pc case into the card so that you can use a headset/mic in the front and hook up your 5.1 surround to the back and it all works good :D
Summary: It producces excellent sound quality. But sometimes, it makes a little bit noise when I operaing computer for a few hours. Every that time, I should reboot my computer. I'm not sure that the reason is due to the original sound card problem or unobsevable damage in the sound card. When I got the sound card, it looked a used, of course. Anyway, I still enjoy the excellent sound except for the unexpected noise ocassionally.
Summary: This is a very high quality card but , after a while I got interference noise , apparently its the driver , creative update notified me about the latest update , have anyone ever got around creative splash screen , the one where you cant see any dialog boxes ?
Sound cuts out in Games, Very Poor Win7 64 Bit Drivers, Poor support from Creative.
Mr. Terence McArt, Amazon
26 January 2012
Summary: Whilst this card performs well when it works, the Windows 7 64 bit drivers are dreadful and plagued with crashes during gaming (SW:ToR, WoW, Starcraft II). Intermittently, but frequently during gaming the sound will simply cut out as the driver crashes, requiring the user to close all programs that are using the sound device, and then disable/re-enable the driver in Device Manager.
Summary: I used a Creative card prior to purchasing this card and I thought it was great. It was an odd card that was an OEM version from OCUK and I had no clue what edition it was but it sounded great to me. I got a new mobo and used the ASUS 7.1 soundcard for a bit but swapped back because the Asus one was sub par. I decided to invest in a soundcard that was a bit more high end and got stuck in the gamer / audiophile dilemma.