Reply 80 of 106, by keropi
Desomondo wrote on 2020-04-21, 22:44:
I'm still using a Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium in my current system. Sounds great, has really good compatibility with both older games and newer ones, and it has solid Windows 10 drivers. I haven't had a single issue with it since I got it back in 2008 and have used it across 3 separate builds. I tried a Z for a couple weeks back in 2012, but quickly switched back. Everything, from the sound to the feature set, felt like a step backwards. Same with every onboard audio solution I've tried. Not bad, just lacking in either features or sound quality.
same here! I know use the Titanium as well but before that I was using the X-Fi Forte 7.1 one until latest win10 killed it's drivers. You would think that since it's a X-Fi card the drivers would work but nope... it is a shame because it's output quality was even better than the creative cards...
all my systems since many years use some form of x-fi card , I am very pleased with them