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A new X-Fi sound card aimed at audiophiles and music enthusiasts.
We take a look at three gaming sound cards, all priced below £100, and offering a variety of attractive features including Dolby Digital support and optical S/PDIF outputs. Now that EAX is on the wane, are Creative's cards still the best bet for gamers?
Creative has revealed in a financial filing that it lost almost half its workforce during the last financial year as it struggled to compete in a competitive and shrinking marketplace.
MSI's P35 Diamond features the same CircuPipe cooling system as the P35 Platinum, but comes with a few added features like a PCI-Express X-Fi, a SkyTel Skype card and DDR3 memory. Do these ingredients create a better board than the Platinum?
Asus has hit the sound card market with all guns blazing, but should the mighty Creative start sweating as another computing behemoth lands the heavyweight Xonar D2 into the PC audio market?
The MSI X38 Diamond is arriving next month will have tons of features in its flagship product, including a revised liquid Circu-Pipe heatpipe arrangement.
Microsoft leaks some details of its new audio API support in the latest version of Direct X 10.1 SDK.
The Creative X-Fi XtremeGamer is a recent addition to the very popular X-Fi family, but for its very affordable price, is it worthy of investment if you're an "xtreme" gamer?
A press release that was dropped in our mailbox shows that Creative may be letting loose its X-Fi chip. Could we be seeing the giant go from producer to designer?
CEBIT 2007: We finally get to see MSI's P6N Diamond for real, two months after we broke news that it supported X-Fi.
Today, we have a look at another soundcard based on CMedia's Oxygen HD chip. However, this time the card comes from HT Omega and is packed with more features. The question is though, is it a more attractive solution than Sondigo's Inferno?
MSI's P6N Diamond is the company's upcoming premium nForce 680i SLI implementation. It packs more than a few surprises under its hood, the biggest one being an on-board X-Fi chip.
Windows Vista didn't look like it would support most positional audio, including EAX. However, Creative says it will now - as long as you own an X-Fi.
Onboard audio has progressed massively, and Creative X-Fi is the enthusiast's add-in card of choice. Is there room for another soundcard in the market? We find out why the Inferno might be the best choice yet.
Creative has released a new accessory for iPod owners, hoping to improve the quality of sound from compressed audio.
You've already seen the music amp mod that we created for the X-Fi. Check out how Chris 'eddie_dane' Newman and Dave 'macroman' Williams put together an Orac-style gaming system.
Creative has put out a new driverset for those punters lucky enough to have X-Fi cards. Less crashes, less crackling and better support ahoy.
CeBIT 2006: We've been talking to the chaps at Creative Labs, and they've been showing us their latest technology concept - X-Fi technology in a portable player.
CeBIT 2006: Visitors to Creative's stand in Hall 23 are in for a special treat this year: a trio of bit-tech case mods to drool over. We built these custom rigs to promote the new X-Fi soundcard range.
One of the oldest PC makers in the UK, Mesh has configured a top-end gaming system that includes a widescreen monitor and NVIDIA SLI. Can it stand up to the rigourous performance testing of the bit-tech team? We delve in to find out.
Creative have revealed to us the details of the X-Fi support within Quake 4. Audio treats await those with cash in pocket!
When Creative approached us to build a series of awesome modded cases to promote their new Sound Blaster X-Fi soundcard, how could we resist? Our very own Mod God, Dave 'Macroman' Williams, marks a return to his finest form with this awesome mod.