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Offline dr bu

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Re: delicate bending
« Reply #75 on: October 03, 2017, 03:04:14 AM »
Got myself new glasses today.
lookin for original M-audio audiophile 2496 drivers (ver 1.x)!!

Offline IIO

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Re: delicate bending
« Reply #76 on: October 11, 2017, 11:34:28 AM »
hard to tell.

since dual processor support started with 4.6 for OS) only any single processor G4 with cache should be fine.

the machines without cache such as the 733 and some powerbooks get deep in trouble with some FFT tasks and certain third party objects.

my main computers are a 933 and a dual 1.25 "native". i use mostly the single processor machine.

when you have GUI stuff runnning and the high priority thread is on, it feels fine up to 25% CPU for audio processing, and imagery and jitter stuff stops working at about 80% audio CPU.

at a vectorsize of 32, that is.


my reference machine for pluggo projects / single DSP applications used to be the titanium powerbook 400.

90% there is like 20% on the 933.
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