my eventual build 1

Discussion in 'Microphones & Recording' started by ak48, Apr 21, 2002.

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  1. ak48

    ak48 Guest

    Thanks to all for feedback on previous post.
    This is what I,m aiming for although I think I might wait for the new P4 2.6 with the 533 FBS speed.Please tell me if I,m missing something.

    Hardware:
    Q Technology ATX Ultra Quiet 300 watt Power Supply
    Asus P4T-E P4 I850 Skt478 ATX Motherboard
    Matrox Millenium G550 32mb AGP DUALHEAD Video Card
    Lian Li Bare-metal Midi Tower all-Aluminium case Lian Li PC65 w/side window & 4x front USB ports
    Intel Pentium4 1.8AGHz Skt 478 CPU (512k cache)
    Molex Radial Fin CPU Cooler
    2xPC800 512kb RDRAM
    2x40 gig Maxtors using a raid controller
    Molex "Silent Drive™" Hard drive enclosures
    Dvd/cd rom
    Plexor cdrw
    Hammerfall DSP System
    Multiface: 36 Channel 24 Bit/96 kHz I/O Box

    Mackie 1402-VLZ Pro
    Genelec 1029A Speakers

    kurzweil K1200

    Software:
    Logic gold
    Reaktor
    The Grand
    Win2000pro
     
  2. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

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    Curious as to know the reason you are going with the P4TE when he know the 850 has a bug with RDRAM and the 845 doesnt have any bugs....
    just curious to know that one...
    Umm...you are hooking Genelec's to a Mackie? :eek:
    That seems really odd to me..Mackies add a really wierd sound to certain speakers and Genelec's are so damn clean that it almost seems a shame to hook them up to a Mackie board like that...just an opinion....
    Otherwise it sounds fine
    Opus
     
  3. Jon Best

    Jon Best Active Member

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    Mar 18, 2001
    Well, there's another one for different strokes... I'd rather have the Mackie and some other speakers for the same price... :)

     
  4. Nick Driver

    Nick Driver Guest

    I'd have to seriously consider waiting for the new 533 stuff unless you just hafta get the new machine immediately. Also only a 300W power supply? Man, if you can afford a ~$250 aluminum case, surely you can afford a 400-450W power supply for it too. (or maybe not)
     

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