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 Looks like the older model G4ME Zero is 150-Ohm, but it seems Sennheiser is discontinuing is for the GAME Zero, which is 50-Ohms.
How about a FiiO X5 Gen II?
 Did you disable the motherboard's on-board audio, in the BIOS, when you installed the STX?Have you tried the Unified Xonar Drivers?http://maxedtech.com/asus-xonar-unified-drivers/
Might consider getting the Sennheiser HD558, used ones sell for around $85 and it uses the same 50-Ohm driver as the G4ME Zero. 50-Ohm headphone should be easy for the U7 to drive. Here is a nice aftermarket cable ($16-$22) for the HD558. http://www.ebay.com/itm/261255113290?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&var=560215640802&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT And get any add-on mic you like.
 The Logitech Z-2300e is a 2.1, not a 5.1.or maybe you have the Z-5300 or Z-5500 5.1 setup? So someone else talked about getting cracking sounds from their Elite Pro?But you yourself did not have that issue, with your Elite Pro? I guess install your Elite Pro and see if you still like it.Easy enough to replace if you decide you do not like it anymore.Just remember to disable the motherboard's on-board audio, in the BIOS, when adding an internal sound card, to a PC. If you...
 I would say to sell off the Tiamat and buy some nice stereo headphones and use the Asus U7's Dolby Headphone feature for Headphone surround sound.
 I own the older ATH-AD700and the Sennheiser HD558 (which uses the same 50-Ohm driver as the HD598).But I was more inclined it use my ATH-A900X (closed version).I guess I find the Audio Technica headphones very musical.(the AD-700 lack bass and the HD558 are not very lively)
 4 days ago Creative came out with Win 10 drivers for the Elite Pro.So if you like the card, just keep using it. What headphones and speakers do you currently have?Or plan on buying in the future?
I would say to check out the Audio Technica ATH-AD900X.
Hopefully you disabled the motherboard's on-board audio, in the BIOS, before you installed the STX? Try the Unified Xonar Drivers. http://maxedtech.com/asus-xonar-unified-drivers/   You could get an external headphone amplifier and connect it to the RCA line-outputs (stereo audio) on the STX. Maybe try a tube headphone amplifier? (as the STX already comes with a decent solid state headphone amplifier)
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