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Old 09-02-2007, 08:19 PM   #21 (permalink)
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audigy 2 zs. big difference in game sound quality over onboard. big difference. theyre like 30 bucks. shoulda gotten the x-treme gamer, but meh i couldnt find a good enough deal on it.
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will the audigy 2zs be better than my onboard audio?
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The Xtremegamer is more stripped than the Xtrememusic actually. An Xtrememusic will do everything an Extremegamer can.
Er I ment to say Xtremeaudio not Xtreme music. Im not too familar with Creatives confusing pricing/specs concerning that card.
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Sondigo Inferno man, I have an Xtreme Music sound card in my 2nd PC and don't like it as much as the Inferno and all i do is game.. sound is important to me and this Sondigo card is whoopin @ss right now
I have modified my X-Fi XtremeMusic, and the sound quality is now better than most high-end sound cards.
Hotrodding the X-Fi

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The Xtremegamer is more stripped than the Xtrememusic actually. An Xtrememusic will do everything an Extremegamer can.
Yes. The X-Fi has everything all the other X-Fi's have, except for the 64MB X-RAM, and the front panel
only the Fatal1ty and Elite Pro have the 64Mb X-RAM
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I have modified my X-Fi XtremeMusic, and the sound quality is now better than most high-end sound cards.
Hotrodding the X-Fi

Yes. The X-Fi has everything all the other X-Fi's have, except for the 64MB X-RAM, and the front panel
only the Fatal1ty and Elite Pro have the 64Mb X-RAM
what aobut the xtreme audio? I heard from countless people thats a stripped down version of a SB audigy card
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hey apokalips, your crazy....in a good way. Your good at this stuff...if you where here, id pay you to do this stuff for me.
Did that one case come in?
the one for your water cooling build...
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will the audigy 2zs be better than my onboard audio?
its better than mine on my evga 590sli mobo, especially for games.
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^ really?

i hear Nvidia Chipsets use really great onboard sound chips compared to other brands...
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absolutely great for music, but it doesnt have EAX, which makes a BIG difference in games. you can hear people creepin'..."rustle rustle.."
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X-Fi's have EAX 5.0
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