- Jul 19, 2007
- 7,043 (1.84/day)
- Sector ZZ₉ Plural Z Alpha
|Processor||Intel Kentsfield Q9650 @ 3.8GHz (4.2GHz highest achieved)|
|Motherboard||ASUS P5E3 Deluxe/WiFi; X38 NSB, ICH9R SSB|
|Cooling||Delta V3 block, XPSC res, 120x3 rad, ST 1/2" pump - 10 fans, SYSTRIN HDD cooler, Antec HDD cooler|
|Memory||Dual channel 8GB OCZ Platinum DDR3 @ 1800MHz @ 7-7-7-20 1T|
|Video Card(s)||Quadfire: (2) Sapphire HD5970|
|Storage||(2) WD VelociRaptor 300GB SATA-300; WD 320GB SATA-300; WD 200GB UATA + WD 160GB UATA|
|Display(s)||Samsung Syncmaster T240 24" (16:10)|
|Case||Cooler Master Stacker 830|
|Audio Device(s)||Creative X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Pro PCI-E x1|
|Power Supply||Kingwin Mach1 1200W modular|
|Software||Windows XP Home SP3; Vista Ultimate x64 SP2|
|Benchmark Scores||3m06: 20270 here: http://hwbot.org/user.do?userId=12313|
Well my Xmod is not an X-Fi in games. In BF2 I can't use the X-Fi, but I can use hardware EAX on high. In King Kong the game will not let me use the EAX option. I don't know about openAL as of yet.
It might be possible you only have the onboard EAX2.0 capability + whatever the X-Mod can deliver with Crystallizer and positional audio.
Curious, does the OS recognize the X-Mod as an external audio card, though?