Sound Blaster: X-Fi Titanium Review

Sound Blaster: X-Fi Titanium Review

Out of the depths, a beast emerges from Creative Labs new line of product in the Sound Blaster FATAL1TY Professional series: the Blaster X-Fi Titanium. Throughout gaming and applications, one thing everyone always tries to make sure is if the sound card is what they’re looking for. Sadly, it’s hard to come on to a sound card that has everything, is well rounded, and just overall fits the needs for the price you pay. Heralded as the only choice for gamers, the X-Fi Titanium delivers exceptional quality, accelerated audio for unbelievable performance, and a mesmerizing amount of versatility for gamers and enthusiasts alike.

Blaster X-Fi Titanium

The outside of the box is a sheer red. Probably because red is most definitely the form of extreme urgency, power, and usually sheer rage. Along with a picture of Jonathan Wendel to the front, the side of the case has direct word from Wendel on how there’s nothing faster and better than the X-Fi. The box is pretty simple, but elegant and sophisticated at the same time. Something that really has an effect on first site.

Blaster X-Fi Titanium Packaging

The beastly black overlay of the X-Fi Titanium really packs the word of “hardcore” all in the ears. The inside of the box also includes the drivers, special offers, and game discounts on the bottom of the card. Turning to the card itself, we can see all the I/O connector goods that make it what it is: the microphone line in, 5 speakers and headphones line in, optical in for player devices and optical out in case you want to hurl some of the absolute power to an A/V receiver. The metallic encasing that holds the primary chip connector and the great use of high quality parts make you appreciate the thought that went into everything for this $150 sound card.

The following are the specs as listed by Creative:

Blaster X-Fi Titanium

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  1. Will buy this soon since it got Gold. Hard to get that

  2. Definitely a great card, recommended.

  3. Same here, going to buy this with the I/O connector. Need one for the new CPU I bought because of your reviews

    venkatezh replied on June 15th, 2008 3:03 AM:

    I want a review of the connector before I buy it. But awesome review here

  4. I just love the FLAC tests. Thanks for all that. Will buy it tomorrow.

  5. Hahah. Always love the IF negatives of the good products.

    venkatezh replied on June 15th, 2008 3:03 AM:

    Dude I know right?

  6. Buying it soon

  7. Nice stuff

  8. God…what pictures. Definitely have a studio. And what camera is that?!

    Lajk192 replied on June 15th, 2008 3:06 AM:

    Hahha. I was thinking the same. Mighty fine. Can tell it’s in a studio because it has like light reflectors on 1 previous image. Definitely not cheap

  9. Going to buy in 3 hrs. Thanks WiG

    venkatezh replied on June 15th, 2008 3:02 AM:

    Same here! :)

  10. You sold me dude. Was wondering where staff went off to ; ) Busy week!

    venkatezh replied on June 15th, 2008 3:02 AM:

    No doubt they were.

  11. This review is awesome

  12. Quite possibly the best review of a sound card I’ve seen to date. Usually all WiG reviews are cool. Going to buy this too. Golden choice bitches!

  13. Boyfriend loves listening to music and doing all that wavy stuff. He’ll read later :) Thanks!

  14. The power of Intel 😀

  15. Let’s not forget the product itself IntelLover :-p

  16. As usual, a great review

  17. Love this review. Thanks

  18. Going to get this for MxO. TY

  19. A real nice choice for anyone. Just got mine on newegg

  20. Radiant sound for sure

  21. Love the review as usual, and really loving the display

  22. This is what I’m talking about!

  23. Was looking for a review on this, and you had it. Of course : D

  24. Bought it just now.

  25. hmmm Maybe ill buy..

  26. I already own Creative X-Fi Elie Pro. Is this card any better than it?

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