On Sun, February 10, 2013 5:05 pm, Paul Davis wrote:
>> Ok, so what I get from this is that the CPU sees a PCIe device in the
Ya, that was what I was thinking.
>> How much all of this interacts I don't know. What I do
Nice page. Simple, but a good base for study. (just google everything in
there) From reading the HP proliant RT Docs I am guessing most audio work
is not as picky about lowlatency as the stock exchange. They suggest
things that will help but void your warranty.
I found out USB keyboards/mice are bad. Hyperthreading is bad (how do I
turn that off?) How many new MB come with USB as the only keyboard/rodent
It appears that CPU speed control needs to be turned off both in bios as
well as in the OS.
Stay away from allinone CPU/audio/video chips which are SMI hell.
I have to try some of these things...
Anyway, it seems that the big thing with a computer hw upgrade is there
needs to be a lowlatency audit every time. (OS does not matter, this would
be the same for win/OSx)
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