Low Volume in Headphone with Windows 7. Should I need to buy an extra sound card ?

I recently assembled a PC. My RIG is
Processor AMD FX 8350
MoBo Asus M5A97 LE R2.0
Cooler Master CPU Cooler Hyper 212 EVO
Graphics Card MSI R7850 Twin Frozr HD 7850 2GB
Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8GB(4 X 2) 1600 MHZ
Power Supply GX-550W Cooler Master
Cooler Master HAF Cabinet

I need a little help from you all regarding the sound. Every time I plug my "Sennheiser HD202 II" Headphones, it gives me very low and poor sound quality. I have gone to the speakers properties and tried to enable "Loudness Equalization" but it doesn't work. Prior to this I had Intel C2D(and i don't think so that had any Sound Card installed in it). Earlier when I used to plug the same headphone in my old PC, the headphone sound was much more louder and clear as compare to this new PC. But now with my new pc, it produces a very low sound even at volume 100. Can anyone tell me why am I facing this problem. Is it because of MoBo or should I need to buy an extra Sound Card too. ???? plz help
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  1. Either you buy a soundcard or an external amplifier like Fiio
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