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Time to upgrade - your opinions?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by audiohead, Mar 16, 2003.

  1. audiohead

    audiohead Guest

    Hi all,

    Haven't been around much lately, anyway, nice to see the good old Anus world still rolling ahead:)

    My DAW is about one year old now (that is obsolete by modern standards:( I'm thinking about getting P4PE mobo and P4 2400 brain. What I should know in terms of fine details such as stepping, etc. Need a word of advice from you before I buy.

  2. Midlandmorgan

    Midlandmorgan Active Member

    Jul 21, 2002
    Can't answer your question, but I'll ask one in return...why do you NEED to upgrade? Unless there is a specific problem that upgrading is the only cure for, seems like a moot point.

    We're still using a P4 1.6gHz machine that has had only one issue in the 18 months of daily service...Tracks 18 at a time without so much as a hiccup...thought about upgrading a time or two, but I can't honestly answer the question of 'why?'
  3. audiohead

    audiohead Guest

    The answer is very simple: I expect a bonus from the company I work for :) The next opportunity will arise one year from now (if ever). I guess I can still sell the stuff I have now to cover the upgrade costs (in part at least).
  4. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Distinguished Member

    Apr 7, 2001
    Well, upgrading is always a nice thing to do and depending on what you have now you may just be able to upgrade the CPU to get a little more oomph out of it.
    Currently I have not been reading anything on newer stuff as I am waiting on the new Intel stuff to be released. Which should be sometime this year! Suposedly Q2 or Q3. 800 Mhz FSB systems with some serious data throughput!
    I currently am running the P4PE and have to say it's rock solid!

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