I’m thankful for any advice! Of course the darn thing contained the Intel G chipset, which, as far as I’ve read, can mean problems. I still think you are missing my point here though. Could I possibly be fine in this configuration or am I just screwed? Get a good one with drivers that perform well at low latency. User Control Panel Log out.
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I wish my lawn was emo I’m thankful for any advice! Intel G chipset – the PCIe problem.
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My only concern is whatever the chipset will cause me troubles in low latency audio situations due to the pci-e graphics eating up the resources for the pci cards. My laptop is maxed out to 2gb so that helps Haven’t received registration validation E-mail?
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From what I’ve heard the chipset will cuase clicks and pops in the sound no matter how good the sound card is, it’s due to that the pcie bus is eating up too much bandwidth, seems we’re talking 91g5 two seperate things here. I normally run my DAW’s in performance modeinstead of appearance regardless of the machine.
Ok, well I guess I’ll just have to find out to what extent the chipset issues affect low latency performance. What Auudio sound card? I’m going to use the integrated graphics so I will have no fancy pci-express 16x graphics card hooked up.
Any experience about this would be great! I’d like to know if 9115g should prepare to sell if off right away and aidio something else or if it’s worthwhile to try things out. I’m also considering buying an old ausio graphics card that’s PCI not PCI-express to remedy the situation thus shutting down anything running on the express bus, I wonder how that idea would fare?
I just made the pretty god darn dumb misstake of buying a used HP DC without checking what ausio it used and whatever this chipset possibly could turn into a problem for low latency audio. Sure the future will demand dual cores ofr music but that will be some years ahead. Get a good one with drivers that perform well at low latency. Could I possibly be fine in this configuration or am I just screwed? But I’m telling you right off the bat, I’m picky, if it’s not just fine, it’s not good enough.
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Using an HP DC7100 for low latency audio? (Intel 915G chipset – the PCIe problem)
I think the 3. I would recommend starting with a firewire interface to get audlo and saving your PCI and PCIe slot s for a future TI chipset firewire card a killer 30 dollar performance upgrade from the onboard and a decent dual monitor card as the funds come available and you start building up the system.
Just the integrated graphics and 91g pci soundcard. Essentials Only Full Version. I can’t stand that there’ll be static pops here and there, then the beast is going out the window. It doesn’t have that much of an impact for me, since the audio card is doing the audio processing remember.
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That PC has plenty of potential for low latency recording. I still think you are missing my point here though. Of course the darn thing contained the Intel G chipset, which, as far as I’ve read, can mean problems.