I need something cheap.. I was thinking a cheap extra one to ease off the load from my X2 which I was feeling to do ‘other’ more complex calculations on it.. It has a good price and also a nice overclockability. The clicking and popping stopped, but I would still get moments of audio silence if there was much screen activity. It didn’t cure the problems, but they seemed to improve things alot: Intel Xeon X 3. It seems to me like some kind of complicated clock issue.
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I’m intending to expand my current work horse computers I have currently 2 s3b running full time on quantifying my biological research as per sig. Not dual-core, but the basis for a very solid and cheap system. Last edited by arthurleung; at Would be great to leave an expansion 16x slot just in case I feel like throwing in my XXT once I upgrade.
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But things that are coming out 2nd hand are like only a few quids off gam55pluus price. Don’t really mind if its Intel or AMD, just as long as its as cheap as it can get. This behaviour is certainly the same with 2.
Decreasing the number of sends from the VSTi track to other tracks, made an incremental improvement, but the problem didn’t go s3f Using a. The clicking and popping stopped, but I would still get moments of audio silence if there was much screen activity. It didn’t cure the problems, but they seemed to improve things alot: I haven’t tried it with earlier versions, but I have tried it with another, newer machine with similar results.
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I also hear on the grapevine that because of Conroe, X2’s are going to go down in price over the next week or two, so keep eyes peeled!
Intel i7 3. I spent most of last night trying to work out what was going on with a new project.
It has a good price and also a nice overclockability. Building the Cheapest Work Horse Ok, just a plan really.
Gigabyte GA-M55plus-S3G – motherboard – ATX – Socket AM2 – GeForce Overview – CNET
Let me know what you’re up to! I need about GB of swap space during simulations on top of 2GB of memory. Send a private message to inthepipeline. I was going for the W to be a wee bit future proof as when I retire this system in the future. vam55plus
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I was looking at that too. I usually record my projects at 32bit, 96Khz with a buffer of samples. I tried all sorts of things to make it work: This system, even though I can repeat this behaviour on other, newer machines: Oh I am sooo glad that this is not just me! I also notice that the sample midi recordings I was making at high sample rates had very bad MIDI timing and additional notes.
Gigabyte GA-M55plus-S3G – motherboard – ATX – Socket AM2 – GeForce 6100
Here’s a spec I thought out. Then I turned off the “record arm” button for the track. Deselect any multi output routing from the VSTi.
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