Processor speed requirement for RND Portico Plug-Ins

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Processor speed requirement for RND Portico Plug-Ins

Post by Ray07 » Wed Sep 17, 2014 12:25 pm

According to the Steinberg website, minimum processor requirement for RND plug-ins is 2,66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU.
But most of today's i7 laptops have processor clock speed of around 2/2.2 Ghz. Can RND plug-ins be used in such laptops without any trouble?
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Re: Processor speed requirement for RND Portico Plug-Ins

Post by folkfreak » Wed Sep 17, 2014 12:51 pm

The RND Plugins are the plugins with the least processor consumtion that I own. combined with the sound they are producing, I don't know how they do this. But they do.

I don't think you will get in trouble.

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Re: Processor speed requirement for RND Portico Plug-Ins

Post by Ray07 » Thu Sep 18, 2014 3:41 am

folkfreak wrote:The RND Plugins are the plugins with the least processor consumtion that I own. combined with the sound they are producing, I don't know how they do this. But they do.

I don't think you will get in trouble.
Thank you for your feedback :)
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Re: Processor speed requirement for RND Portico Plug-Ins

Post by WillB » Mon Oct 27, 2014 9:56 pm

Agree with folkfreak.
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Re: Processor speed requirement for RND Portico Plug-Ins

Post by Ray07 » Tue Nov 04, 2014 2:41 am

Thank you WillB.

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Re: Processor speed requirement for RND Portico Plug-Ins

Post by Rotund » Tue Nov 04, 2014 8:40 pm

One of the nicest surprises in plugin land. I couldn't believe how efficient these plugins are.
You shouldn't have any troubles.
Inboard:
Win7Pro 64Bit, i7 3770k, Gigabyte Z77-UHD5, 12gb Corsair (1600Mhz), Nuendo+Nek 6.5, Reaper 4.591, Samplitude Pro X2, Studio One 3.5, CD Architect 5.2, Raydat, UAD PCIe Quad+Duo, UM-3EX, Glyph eSata Audio Drive, 6TB Storage, U-He ACE, Zebra 2, Arturia V Collection 4, Korg Legacy (MS-20, MonoPoly, Wavestation, M1), N.I. Monark, Roland SH-2, Portico 5043/5033.

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