Fatal1ty fps card x-fi

Fatal1ty fps card x-fi

Post by TitusRX10 » Thu, 29 Dec 2005 11:21:37



I am thinking of getting a creative Fatal1ty FPS X-Fi card. Is this a
good idea? It is very high for a sound card and I was wondering what
really sets it apart. Anyone know?


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TitusRX100
 
 
 

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System Specs:
Vista 64
4 gig memory (2x2 Gigs)
Asus P5B-VM DO Motherboard
Nvidia 8600gts 256 Memory Graphics Card
Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Fatal1ty With 64 X-Ram Memory

When I boot up with those specs above, my system after showing the post
screen does not boot in to windows. If I disable remapping in the bios it
boots up ok. If I take out my sound card and re-enable remapping it boots in
to windows and shows 4034 memory out of 4098.
Does anyone have a answer to this that may help me or is just a case of
incompatibility.

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