Discover the SoundBlaster X-Fi models. What are the differences, what do the models have in common.
What does X-RAM really do? Read about the extra 64MB onboard RAM on the SoundBlaster X-Fi.
Saturday, March 18, 2006
There is a new review (or rather an overview) at washingtonpost.com. Nothing new really, just a nice overview why you should get yourself a SoundBlaster X-Fi card and why it is a lot better than an onboard solution.
"The X-Fi's extra clarity opens up a world of sounds that are not even audible using built-in sound, substantially improving the sense of immersion in the game environment. Dozens of moving sounds in a game can become a cacophony on built-in sound, but the X-Fi keeps each sound reasonably distinct and makes it easier to focus on the important ones."
For those still not convinced go ahead and read the whole review.