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Friday, 11 January 2008 20:26

Creative Labs plans a high-end PCIe card

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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CES 2008: X-Fi based


Creative Labs is in the process of designing a new high-end sound card based on an X-FI design, but this time it plans to launch a high-end card.

It will launch something similar to the Elite Pro edition or a Fatal1ty-based product with the high-end bundling package and the external unit ,but this time around it will finally fit into a PCIe slot.

Creative doesn’t need more than PCIe 1X as this is enough bandwidth for a sound card.

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