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PCI-E Sound card for Vista?

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Okay, one last suggestion before I order my ATH-AD900X's.

 

I was looking for a sound card for Vista 32x to help power my gaming audio. Originally, I was suggested this card, which looks fantastic except that it only lists Windows 7 and 8 as operating systems. I've e-mailed Creative about it (or other cards) but in the mean time I figure it doesn't hurt to ask here either.

 

It was suggested that I upgrade my OS to pair with that card, but OS overhaul isn't an option for me right now.

 

Any suggestions? I was looking at a budget ceiling of approximately 80 bucks.

 

PS: I trolled the forums for other threads related to Vista sound cards, but they're all ancient.

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For around $40 over your budget, there is the Creative Titanium HD used via Amazon Warehouse. As a little bit older model card, it had Vista support when it was released.
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Originally Posted by cel4145 View Post

For around $40 over your budget, there is the Creative Titanium HD used via Amazon Warehouse. As a little bit older model card, it had Vista support when it was released.

This is also the Titanium non-HD, not as good sound quality as the Titanium HD, but you should be able to find a used one under your budget.

Try to buy a used one that comes with the driver installation disk.

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