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Product Description. Maximise the audio potential of your new PCI Express-ready PC. Upgrade your new PC to award-winning Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme. Product information: Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio Sound Card - OEM (PCI-Express) (30SB). Upgrade your new PC to. Your music and movies deserve Xtreme Fidelity. Add the PCI Express Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio sound card to your PC and turn your downloaded music.


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Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio PCI Express Card Audio Driver

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Craig Unhappy windows 7 user If you're using win7 64bit then be prepared for problems with drivers. They not working very well.

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I'll stick with xonar. Sebastian Does what you need it to I was using onboard sound on my Abit IPE when the sound suddenly wouldn't work after re-installing Windows 7 32bit. No explanation for it really.

All the drivers under God's golden sun wouldn't make my sound work, so I ordered this sound card to quite the hassle of days of forum searching. I just wanted something that worked and apparantly a sound card produces better sound than an on board sound card so I thought what the hell.

Great investment it turns out, sounds are louder and crisper and works great on Windows 7. While I wouldn't call myself a sound expert I'm fairly sure I can hear the difference.

A great price and great sounding. Background noise was inaudible; with some sound cards, you can hear a hissing in the background when the card is idle, but with the X-Fi, there wasn't any hissing at all. Indeed, it boasts a signal-to-noise ratio of dB, which is a high figure.

Using analogue connections, low and high-range frequencies sounded punchy, yet warm during our tests, and mid-range frequencies weren't drowned out at all we used a set of Creative Inspire speakers for our tests. Various preset equaliser levels can be applied to the sound, and a graphic equaliser allows you to adjust each frequency manually, and easily.

As for the card's control panel, it's much more intuitive than Realtek's solution, and in Windows XP it has an easy option for recording sound called 'Record what you hear'.

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Basically, this does as its name suggests, so any sound that your PC makes, you'll be able to record. We found its ability to record from a line-in source exemplary, as it allowed us to easily adjust the sound level for clear and accurate recordings this is something that some Realtek chips can't do properly.

X-Fi technology intelligently enhances the highs and lows so you'll hear it all-crisp cymbal crashes, wailing guitar solos, screeching tires and booming explosions. Surround sound from your stereo music and movies Expand your stereo music and movies into surround sound.

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Voices are centered in front of you. Ambient sound appears all around you Listen on a pair of desktop speakers or a full 5.

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