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Re: Audio tweak tips for WinXP users...
they don't put cache on motherboards anymore, it's integrated in the CPU.
what century are you in?
more likely the difference is from the FSB frequency, memory frequency and
type, and the chipset used. Chipsets can have a lot of variation in
performance. It can also depend on how many other devices you have
competing for bandwidth on the PCI bus.
At 03:48 AM 4/23/2003, Steve Goodman wrote:
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Jesse Ray Lucas" <email@example.com>
> > If you're doing hard disk recording on Windows XP you might check out
> > site for some performance tweaks:
> > http://www.musicxp.net
> > My latency was 11ms before. After the tweaks I got it down to 5ms.
> > almost do 3ms, but not quite.
> > Aardvark claims 1.5ms latency on a 1.5Ghz machine, but mine's a 1.7Ghz.
> > Maybe it's the AMD CPU??? Does RAM affect latency?
>If there's not enough of it it does. What's the motherboard you're using?
>Its cache size can affect everything.
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