Final build opus...

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by eskimo, Nov 22, 2002.

  1. eskimo

    eskimo Guest

    OK, this is what I'm going for, please advice:

    Mobo:ASUS P4PE
    CPU:Intel 2,4 Ghz Northwood 533fsb
    RAM:512Mb DDR 333mhz pc2700 samsung
    Graphics:matrox millennium g550 32mb
    AudioHD:WD 120Gb 8Mb cache
    OS HD:Not decided yet:)
    Burner:plextor PX-W4012TA

    Will I finally be able to set it up in my igloo and survive winter?! :c:
  2. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Apr 7, 2001
    Sweet! That will be a very fast kick ass system...get yourself a Seagate OS drive and you'll be set to go man!
    That igloo will be the coolest(no pun intended) one on the block!
    Opus :D
  3. furs

    furs Guest

    Looks like ill have a computer the same as Eskimo's!!! thanks for the help!
    re hd's..
    i see you recommend the 120gb WD 8md drive...
    but the 80gb is crap... any comments on the 40gb and 60gb ones, the 120gb are heaps here down under!
    seagate for os good, any version or all of them??

    I'm thinking
    seagate 7200 ata 100 60gb for os ??
    wd 60 8mb buffer ata 100 for music??
    any opinions??
    thanks for the help
  4. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Apr 7, 2001
    furs, the 60 and below are not JB models and do not have the 8MB cache on them...that is what makes the difference in the long run. The older WD drives...60GB and less do not use the same platter technology as the others and actually suffer in performance in comparison with a Seagate or Maxtor.
    Any Seagate drive will do...they don't make too many ATA IDE choices! Go for a 40GB.
  5. furs

    furs Guest

    thnks, so heres the system...

    mobo ASUS p4pe

    CPU:Intel 2,4 Ghz Northwood 533fsb

    RAM:512Mb DDR 333mhz pc2700 kingston (or hyundai??, limited choice out here...!!)

    Graphics:matrox millennium g550 32mb

    AudioHD:Western Digital 80G 7200RPM ATA-100 (8Mb buffer)
    OS HD: Seagate 40G 7200RPM ATA-100

    comments?? seems to be affordable (just).....

    thanks for ya help, much appreciated... the resellers over here are a bunch of liers who will sell any crap that they have to get rid of it...!!!!
  6. eskimo

    eskimo Guest

    Forget about mac's, forget about peecees, forget about ANUS's, I'm calling it 'eskimo DAW' :D

    furs, let's keep in touch bout our similar daw's performances. CHEERS!
  7. Hello Eskimo & Fur, what caused the decision of p4pe over p4b533-v?
  8. eskimo

    eskimo Guest

    I found the p4pe at the same price as the PB533V.
  9. eskimo

    eskimo Guest

    Just ordered the build. Should be here before next weekend. It's 4 am and I need som sleep.
  10. Arranger

    Arranger Active Member

    Feb 2, 2002
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    'skmo, could you elaborate on the p4pe and why you like it better feature for feature?

    Thanks for the tips!
  11. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Apr 7, 2001
    P4PE..already has SATA support, HT support, built on 1394, LAN and a great flexible rocking board. Also it "officially" supports DDR 333 at speeds of PC2700 to PC3500!!
    Opus :D
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