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Friday, 19 September 2008 11:35

Creative launches professional X-Fi Titanium

Written by test

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Another PCIe X-Fi card

It seems like Creative has been busy sneaking out X-Fi cards in several markets without any kind of press release or other kind of announcement to go with them, and this time it's a "pro" card, namely the X-Fi Titanium Professional Audio.

The card looks very similar to the X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional, but the EMI shield has a more plain look. There doesn't appear to be any kind of advantages to getting this card over the Fatal1ty branded card, as both have the same specifications and both come with 64MB of X-RAM.

The only difference that we could notice is the fact that the X-Fi Titanium Professional Audio comes with a "pro" grade 3.5mm stereo to RCA cable and the Creative Media Toolbox application, which hardly seems to be worth the €109 asking price, and which is some €19 more expensive than the Fatal1ty model in Hong Kong.

We don't know if this card will be limited to certain Asian markets, but it's not even listed in Creative's home market in Singapore, although we spotted the card on sale in Japan and Korea as well as Hong Kong.

You can find the product page here.

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Last modified on Saturday, 20 September 2008 05:11
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