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For those getting a PC...

Post by MattiasNYC »

If you're wondering about components etc there's a very long thread on that has a ton of info. I recommend starting from the last post and moving backwards towards the beginning (the thread is that long). ... hread.html

Also check and search for "dawbench". It's a test they use to compare different CPUs. The two tests are the "DSP" test which is more focused on plugins and then the "VSTi" or "Polyphony" test which runs a virtual instruments at different buffer settings to see what polyphony numbers we can get.

Just figured I'd make this more apparent since so many ask questions here but there aren't a ton of responses...
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Re: For those getting a PC...

Post by Draken_35J »

Thanks for the link and the explanation, that's exactly what I need! I've gotten a Macbook recently but have trouble with Apple software and was thinking of giving it to my wife while I'd build myself a new PC...
Speaking of said PCs, could you guys please recommend a shop that sells computer parts in Hungary, or in Central/Eastern Europe in general? Because I was planning to invest and buy a house in Hungary to move there with my wife (I'm half Hungarian, and she speaks the language as well) as I now have a remote job, and I wanted, if this happens, to build myself a really good PC there so that I could use it as a studio computer, for work and for games without worrying about compatibility or performance issues.

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