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Last post Tue, Apr 15 2014 by Sergino Futurino, 2 replies.
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Posted on Mon, Apr 14 2014 20:59
by Michael C.
Joined on Thu, Jun 26 2003, Minneapolis, MN, USA, Posts 445

I currently run MIR pro, VI Pro2, VEPro, Dimension strings, Vienna Imperial and tons of other VIs.  I currently have an Intel - Core i7 2600, 3.40GHz Quad 8 processor and 16 GB of DDR3 1600 RAM.  Will I gain anything by doubling my RAM?  I occassionally get millisecond drop outs in sound when using VIs (it does NOT effect records however) and I am wondering if this may help or shouold I be looking at buffer settings on my audio interface and VI software.

Thanks,

Mike

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Windows 10 Pro.
Cubase Pro 9.5
Intel core i7-8700 8th Gen Coffee Lake 6-core w/HT 3.7 GHz.
4 Samsung SSD drives, (1 TB, 3-2TB).
32GB DDR4 3200 RAM.
ARC 1883LP 12GB/s SAS 4+4 RAID controller.
16USB ports.
Intel Thunderbolt 3.0 ports.
Presonus Quantum audio interface.
Hornberger HB1 breath controller.
Billions of Vienna Instrument samples!
Posted on Tue, Apr 15 2014 06:38
by Sergino Futurino
Joined on Thu, Dec 18 2003, Italy, Posts 652

Maybe is better an SSD or 2

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Windows 10 on Vertex4 SSD - I7 3960x overclocked @4.0 Ghz - 32 GB RAM -
2010 MacbookPro 2.66 Ghz 8 Giga RAM -
MOTU: 2408 MK3, 24i, Traveler,MIDI Express XT
Studio One 4.1 Pro, Notion 6.5, Sibelius 6.2, Kontakt 5.6
VE Pro 6, VI Pro 2, Vienna Suite, Vienna MIR Pro w/Roompacks 1 and 2,
Libraries (preload size 2408): Special Edition Standard and Plus, Appassionata I, Solo Strings I, Dimension Brass, Percussion, Soprano Choir, Upright Bass, Flugelhorn, Saxophones, Concert guitar, Jazz Drums, Epic Orchestra, Dimension Strings
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