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I/O Bottlenecks

Postby KenNickels » Fri Mar 09, 2012 6:42 pm

If your vi's are pushing your hard disks to the limit, would you prefer a 10,000 R.P.M disk or a Solid State disk? Performance vs. expense.
Mac Pro 1,3/3Ghz, 8 core, 8GB Ram, OS 10.6.8, MOTU Audio Express, DP 8.01, Machfive|3, Eastwest Sample Libraries
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Re: I/O Bottlenecks

Postby mikehalloran » Mon Mar 19, 2012 10:21 am

SSD
July 2010 iMac 2.93G i7 Quad-core with OWC eSATA mod, 20G RAM, OS 10.9.2
828mkII FW; MIDI Timepiece MTP/AV USB with Intel Upgrade chip; DP 8.06 64bit, DP 7.24; IK, mda, NI, Izotope, PSP & Antares plugs, MachFive 3.2.1
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Test machine: G4-733: OS 10.4.11 / OS 9.2; DP 5.13; Encore 5.05 & 4.5.5; Toast 9.07b, other legacy apps
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