Summary: Pros What you see is what you get. It is the correct product. Cons No information No Drivers Down load the drivers before you get the card. Once the drivers are installed it will download the rest of the software needed for your machine.
Summary: I've owned a handful of soundcards, mostly of the creative sound blaster product line. I remember the first ones I bought were basically to get anything better than onboard sound. When I purchased this card I thought at the time I had done enough research, and had learned a thing or two about sound cards. I built a brand new computer last year, everything from the case inward was planned researched and purchased to assemble a monster gaming and audio recording rig.
Summary: Good up grade from the Audigy and adds some newer outs for computer driven Hometheaters and compressed audio listining, Not much better on the gaming side and the loss of the IEE1394 port for video transfering.
Summary: Creative Labs SB0880 PCI Express Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Sound Card This is an awesome sound card. I unload the onboard audio drivers and removed all audio applications from the computer, reboot and installed the card on my XPS 410, win 7 ultimate then downloaded the drivers and applications from the Creative website in a few minutes I was listening to the sweet sound of the blue Danube waltz.
Love Soundblaster, expecially the XFi, but drivers are TERRIBLE!
Revo "EternalFracture", Amazon
24 September 2011
Summary: Let me start off by saying that I loathe on board sound. High's always sound tinny and the mids sound muddy. Bass feels like it's hollow. I've had a Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeGamer PCI that I've been using for the past 4 and a half years, and it's worked great (and still is). For some reason, my new computer didn't like the fact it was a PCI card, so I ordered this PCI-Express X-Fi Titanium, which appears to function almost identically to the old one, except obviously the...
Summary: I've had this card installed for a couple months now. I bought it mainly for its EAX/OpenAL gaming compatibility as well as its ability to emulate 5.1 surround through your headphones. The Bass enhancement features have improved the bass on my AD-700 headphones very well without any distortion. For gaming, it works great. Several of my games that use OpenAL effects sound better.
Summary: This replaced a previous sound card going on the fritz (because someone (me) tripped over the speaker cord while it was plugged in. Although the card wasn't completely done for, it was giving off static noise and then cutting in and not of one speaker. Enter this sound card: Pros: - Normal/easy install. - Software to run EAX on older games - No popping/driver issues so far (Win7 64bit) Cons: - I never liked the Fatal1ty brand logo.
Summary: ...BUT: If you are running Windows 7 64 bit, you will NOT be able to use any of the EQs or useful Creative software. I am very experienced with computers, and I have tried everything to fix the problem. The issue is that Creative has yet to make a patch for Win7 64 bit, and even though they know about the problem, they don't seem to be doing anything about it. Apparently some people have got other X-Fi cards to work, but it's hit or miss really.
Summary: Hi there *** grate product . huge improvement from eny motherbord s.card and even from an older version of creative ( audigy 2 ). for games and movies it's one of the best in it's price, for music this card is olso very good - it has the cristilizer wich improves the sound of mp3 files and a lot's of other nice options in it's softwere.