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dustink

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  1. Hello Folks, Been in discussion with my DAW manufacturer and my audio interface manufacturer. Been Discussing the usefulness is assigning CPU cores to specific programs to stop them from interfering with each other during load. Per my DAW Manufacturer: "It might also allow Mixbus to run at a lower buffersize reliably, if the cores are more directly connected to the soundcard interrupts. We use some of those 'hacks' in our high-end console systems." So my question is for you the brain trust. Is there a way to figure out which cpu cores are most directly conne
  2. I have some small heatsinks that I can put over the controller to dissipate heat passively I know some portions of the m.2 run better a little warmer. I think I'll just go with the ones that are built all in one for ease cause either can't seem to find ones that are adhesive on both sides of the pad. At least its not specified if they are.
  3. Just to note this drive is not for gaming its for audio editing and storage. Im reading and writing large session files to this drive and I notice as I go along that the performance drops a bit.
  4. I have a asus prime 370z and my secondary m.2 drive has been getting a little hot. Was thinking of putting on some thermal pads as this one doesn't have a heating like my main drive closer that shares it with the chipset. Any recommendations? I do have some small heat sinks leftover from another project aluminum finned that I would like to put on top for better spread us there any pad that is double sided sticky? Or should I go for one of those prefabbed ones made for m.2s? Possibly replace it with a thermal grizzly pad as im happy with their paste performance on my cpu and gpu Let
  5. do you think just swap the fans around on the top mounted radiator pushing out or should i move the radiator to the front and use that as the intake
  6. so the case is the updated version off the original. it has intake vents along the top and front on either side with decent amount of flow. you can see on this photo it is on both sides of the case
  7. awesome to see some specs on a build thanks so much! how has the stability been over thunderbolt??
  8. Hello Im wondering if I oriented my fans correctly or if could reorient them to improve cooling Full build spec: Case: NZXT H710 MOBO: asus z370 prime CPU: i7 8700k OC --> 5ghz!!!! CPU Cooler:x53 kraken 240 ml AIO dual 120 fans GPU: AMD radeon 5600 XT --> have not OC stock cooling fans Ram: corsair vengeance 64gb 2666 boot: samsung 970 evo 500gb m.2 nvme secondary: samsung 970 evo Pro 1tb m.2 nvme I have the radiator top mounted with it outside the main case with the fans pulling cool air down through the radia
  9. Budget (including currency): 3000 USD Country: USA Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Audio Production, Harrison Mixbus, 32c, Protools, Reaper Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): looking at asrock x570 Taichi with TB add in card ryzen 7 3800x, pcie 4.0 M.2 cards( brand and size undecided), Nvidia 3000 series graphics, all be quiet cases, fans and coolers Hello kind folks, Im a new to thi
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