Crystal Clear Audio.
Excellent Positioning Audio.
THX TruStudio PC Certified.
Header For Future Expansion.
Price (Compared To Previous XFi Models).
Short MiniOptical Bundled Cables.
No Coaxial Connection.
By TopTenREVIEWS on January 12, 2012
The Titanium is ideal for those who are looking to upgrade from on-board...-
By PC Gamer on May 12, 2011
So you’ve got a sweet 5.1 surround sound speaker setup and an awesome gaming library to support it—but if you’re running those speakers via your motherboard’s onboard audio, you may as well be using $20 speakers from your local...94
By Real World Labs on April 12, 2011
Creative Labs is certainly amongst the few companies that people will immediately recognize and i guess that has a lot to do with their successful track record up until today since not only have they manufactured some of the best Sound Cards...-
By CNET Australia on February 22, 2011
If you're looking to improve the sound quality of your computer, the Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD is an excellent choice and should be of particular interest to audiophiles and...83
By Bit-tech.net on January 14, 2011
There are plenty of reasons not to use your motherboard’s integrated audio chipset, from mediocre sound quality to poor-quality drivers that can cause software crashes. However, unless your PC is the main focus of your home audio system, and plays...60
By Expert Reviews on January 10, 2011
Creative's flagship "audiophile" card sounds good, but not good enough to justify its price....60
By Guru of 3D on December 28, 2010
Final Words & Conclusion As with any company Creative has always had its devoted fans and people who do not care for their products. It would seem that Creative has taken a big swing at the current heavy weights in the market, showing they still...-
By HardwareHeaven on December 22, 2010
Looking first at the build quality and design of the X-Fi Titanium HD we have a product which impresses on every level. With a solid EMI shield which gives a glimpse inside the unit and a black PCB it looks impressive when first unboxed and the use...100
By MadShrimps on December 03, 2010
There was no doubt that Creative sound cards were the best in the past regarding in-game audio spatialization. This latest version of Titanium, the HD, makes no exception, delivering very good sound quality in the games I have tested like Need For...-
By HardOCP on October 25, 2010
Creative has done an excellent job of designing the Titanium HD to remain competitive in today's sound card market. It seems to us the company waited too long to design and release it. We did have an absolutely excellent experience with movies,...-