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Re: this'll change everything 14 nov

things never get released before the good old USA wake up otherwise they'll only start moaning and screaming that they were not the first to download and moan it's not working as expected ;)
by G-string
Thu Nov 14, 2013 9:24 am
 
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Re: Good advice if you thinking on build DAW computer yourse

Little advise about CPU and graphics.

If you only use the DAW for audio productions (no video editing, or audio for video production), then it is also very well possible to use the onboard chips from the Intel i7 series and up (not so familiar with AMD). The 'k' series have an Intel 4000 or HD graphics adapter on the CPU itself that can very well display software like C7 etc, without a separate Nvidia/ Ati GPU. They even support dual monitor setups (or even HDMI) depending on the MB ouput options.

I work with multimedia, so I use a GTX 650 GPU in my system, however, I had some issues with the card a while ago, and I was really surprised by the graphics coming from my i7 3770k CPU during the RMA process.
by VinnieD
Fri Dec 13, 2013 4:27 pm
 
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by ggc
Sun May 25, 2014 11:18 pm
 
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The last word on Hyperthreading (4930k)

I just tested it.

Same project, 64 samples of ASIO buffer via RME Hammerfall. ASIO guard off (because I hate the delays when starting the playback).

WITH Hyperthreading: 70-72% CPU load
WITHOUT Hyperthreading: 90-95% CPU load

Please, Steinberg, correct your information on Hyperthreading. Actually, on modern CPUs, even without that "ASIO guard", it's very, very helpful.
by TheNavigator
Wed Jul 02, 2014 8:35 am
 
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