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Creative Labs SB0886 PCI Express Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Series Sound Card

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  • Accurate 3D positional audio
  • Dolby Digital Live encoding
  • Hardware accelerated performance
  • X-RAM - Boost performance even further in games like Quake 4, Battlefield 2, Prey, Unreal Tournament 3 and others that take advantage of X-RAM
  • Clearer voice chat - Plug in your headset or microphone and hear the difference.
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Product Description

Creative Labs X-Fi PCI Express Sound Blaster Titanium Sound Card 70SB088600002 Sound Cards

Step up to the choice of professional gamers with the Creative PCI Express Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Series sound card, and get the ultimate PC gaming audio experience. With support for the latest technologies, the X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Series delivers realistic environmental effects and 3-D positional audio so accurate, you'll be able to locate opponents by sound for a gaming advantage that might mean the difference between a win and a loss. The Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty is Johnathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel's choice for audio.

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PCI Express Sound Blaster
X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Series
At a Glance:
  • Powerful audio processing for better game performance
  • X-Fi CMSS-3D creates nine virtual speakers when using stereo headphones
  • X-Fi Crystalizer restores lost detail in compressed music and audio
  • Realistic gaming effects with EAX 5.0
  • 64MB of X-RAM for better performance in supported games
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Powerful Audio Processing Boosts Game Performance
The PCI Express Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Series sound card employs a powerful audio processing engine. Unlike other motherboard audio solutions that task the computer processor, the X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty performs the heavy lifting and leaves your processor free to work on other tasks. This results in unbeatable game performance while still delivering all audio effects with outstanding 24-bit sound quality.

64MB of X-RAM for Enhanced Gaming Performance
Featuring 64MB of X-RAM, the X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty provides a performance boost to games such as Quake 4, Battlefield 2, Unreal Tournament 3, and more. You can play with all the best audio settings enabled without having to worry about sacrificing performance.

Realistic Gaming Effects with EAX 5.0 Technology
With support for EAX ADVANCED HD technology, the X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty delivers rich environmental effects for a complete immersive gaming experience. You'll hear bullets whizzing by your head, feel earth-shattering explosions, and experience other sound effects that bring you closer to the game.

Positional 3-D Audio
With X-Fi CMSS-3D technology, the X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty delivers outstanding surround sound whether you're using headphones or speakers. When used with a regular pair of stereo headphones, X-Fi CMSS-3D creates nine virtual speakers for exceptional surround effects, letting you feel like you're sitting in the best seat of a movie theater. You'll get an advantage in games, too, with the ability to locate enemies by sound before they see you.

And with multichannel speakers, you'll be able to hear exactly where the audio cues are--even between speakers. Voices will be right in front of you and ambient sound will surround you, just like a live performance. CMSS-3D works with both desktop stereo speakers and full surround speaker systems.

X-Fi Crystalizer Restores Lost Details
Recover lost audio detail with X-Fi Crystalizer technology. This smart technology restores the audio detail that is lost in compressed audio files so you'll regain vibrancy and clarity in your games, music, and movies. Highs and lows that were lost are enhanced, so whether you're listening to cymbal crashes or wailing guitars, you'll hear the sound as it was meant to be heard.

High-Quality Voice Chat
With high-quality inputs and hardware audio processing, the X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty ensures great vocal quality in your voice chats, so your teammates will hear you loud and clear. Plug in your headset or microphone, and you'll hear the difference instantly.

Intense Cinematic Sound for Movies
The X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty delivers THX-certified surround sound for a cinematic experience right at your computer. Cyberlink PowerDVD software is included (via free download) and supports DTS and Dolby Digital-EX decoding for an unmatched DVD movie-watching experience.

The X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty also supports Dolby Digital Live and DTS Connect encoding (Windows Vista only), so you can connect directly to your home theater system through a single digital cable for fantastic 5.1 surround sound.

Advanced Features for Audio and Music Creation
For those in the audio- and music-creation business, the X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty offers advanced features and high-quality inputs for outstanding recording results. A dedicated mode supports near transparent conversion between any resolutions, digital-matched recording, low-latency ASIO support, and more.

System Requirements
Microsoft Windows 7, Vista, or XP; Intel Pentium 4 1.6 GHz or AMD Athlon XP 2000+ processor or equivalent; available PCI Express (x1, x4, x8, or x16) slot; 256MB RAM (512 MB RAM for Vista); 600MB of free hard-disk space; CD or DVD-ROM for software installation; headphones or amplified speakers; Internet connection to download PowerDVD player software.

What's in the Box
SB0886 PCI Express Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Series sound card, Quick Start leaflet, and installation CD.

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General Info:
Connection TypePCIPCI ExpressPCI ExpressPCI Express
SNR for Playback108 dB104 dB109 dB109 dB
Speaker/Headphone SupportStereo to 7.1Stereo to 7.1Stereo to 7.1Stereo to 7.1
Music and Movies:
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DTS & Dolby Digital Decoding via free PowerDVD Downloadcheck markcheck markcheck markcheck mark
EAX SupportEAX 4.0EAX 4.0EAX 5.0EAX 5.0
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Music Creation:
Dedicated Creation Mode with ASIO 2.0 and 3D Midi Supportcheck markcheck mark

Product Information

Product Dimensions 11.2 x 2.4 x 7.9 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 1 pounds
Item model number SB0886
Customer Reviews
4.1 out of 5 stars 99 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #140 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Internal Sound Cards
Date first available at July 7, 2004

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I've had a Sound Blaster "Fatal1ty" Pro sound card installed in my custom-built Core i7 920 series CPU-equipped PC since April, 2009, so at this point have been 'around the block' with the product, and feel well qualified to comment about what makes it tick, where there are issues, if any, and give an overall view of how it functions.

I am running the card in PCI-Express Slot No. "0" in an EVGA E760 Classified motherboard, the Single-Lane slot (1X) which is right next to Slot No. 1 where my first EVGA GTX 285 1GB SC video card is located. I am running two 285's in SLI Mode, along with a D-Link "Extreme N" PCI-Express network card, plus an Areca 1680IX-8 PCI Express SAS to eSATA/SATA/SAS RAID Controller, so each and every slot is filled, (or negated by the twin-lane video cards) the entire bay packed full of the finest equipment $$ can buy. Cooling and keeping the integrity of the various cards is "assignment No.1" when you are running this much equipment in a PC, and placement of the various cards is strategic, and specific to each one's needs, it goes without saying.

The Sound Blaster card is a piece of work! I have a set of Logitech Z-5300 (predecessor to the Z-5500 setup, today's top line speaker system) speakers, that would be five (5) 28W RMS Satellite speakers, and a 240W RMS sub-woofer driven by discrete amps, with peak power approaching 600W at full song, a most impressive sounding speaker system. The Fatal1ty card drives the speaker system in 5.1 mode (Dolby 5.1 it is more commonly known as), and the sound is full, clear, clean, and can be deafening at any setting past "5" on the Logitech controller. I never have it past 3-4 normally, as that is PLENTY of volume!
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The Fatal1ty Titanium PCI-E sound blaster addresses a lot of issues that customers have been clamoring for for a long time. It finally migrates the X-Fi Sound Blaster to a PCI-E interface, gives users the option to plug their case's front panel connectors to the card, and color coded ports on the rear panel ( at least for their high end cards ).
The card itself looks great with a nice EMI shield on it, and though it is black colored, it really stands out from most of the others in the sound blaster line. The X-Fi logo lights up on the card too so you can see it if your side panel has a window.
The sound quality is extremely good although I am no audiophile, I am a gamer and channel separation is handled very well. Driver installation is a little wonky but its mainly because of the lisenced dolby digital encoding software (oh btw it does dobly digital encoding now!) and the usual Vista weirdness. Overall though, it works and once its up and running, the results are great. Results with headphones is very good and games seem more pronounced with their positional audio effects.
You may have to adjust the settings in the creative control panel to make the rear port act as a mic if you prefer to plug directly into the card though. Default puts the mic input in the front panel connector.
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I have several decent reviews on amazon, and have been a customer for many years. Unlike these Creative Employees who rant and rave about how good it is so that your SUCKERED into buying it. However, after over 3 months of owning this POS "sound card" it has given me nothing but headaches and problems.

Hear me out, I have owned sound blaster cards in the past (when there wasn't any other sound cards anyways) but this POS "fatality" X-Fi is a bunch of BS force fed crap. Its nothing but a bunch of hocus pocus BS and false technological wording to MAKE IT SOUND AMAZING. Oh its amazing alright, I was amazed at what a POS this thing really is.

This card sounded no different than my on board sound card and only SLIGHTLY BETTER when using 5.1 Surround sound, but unfortunately CREATIVE DISABLES LOTS OF FEATURES ON WINDOWS VISTA ON PURPOSE! It disables Dolby Digital Reason along with many other features. why? who knows? Not only that, their tech support is horrible, They told me if i had a problem with the card buy a new one. What? No RMA? Returns? Warranty? Nothing??!!

Then he accused me of being a complete idiot who doesnt know how to install a sound card. I have been building computers from the ground up for years, I have a BA in Computer science and (sadly) im A+ certified and he just sat their and said, "not my problem" and then he hung up on me, and when I called back they BLOCKED my number(edit: by blocked I mean i get the permanent busy signal). WOW GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE!!!!!! I think I would know a thing or two about computers and software. The WORST experience ever.

Thats not even the worst part.
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As the title says, ignore the bad reviews! This thing was a breeze to get up and running, drivers in all. I'll lay out the steps for installing this just to give you an idea.

1. Insert card into PCI slot
2. Turn on computer
3. Windows Automatic Update
4. Check for updates
5. Optional tab
6. Creative X-FI sound driver
7. Install & Reboot
8. Success.

This thing was plug and play, no pain and anguish involved especially if you're running a modern OS, and the sound quality on this baby is amazing.
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