Does TSP or TSPS4 supports multi-core CPU?
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    Default Does TSP or TSPS4 supports multi-core CPU?

    1st: Does TSP or TSPS4 supports multi-core CPU?
    2nd: Whats the best way to decrease latency?
    3rd: Does a hi-end USB cable (like transparent or Cardas) make noticeable difference when using a controller?
    4th: choices of upgrading a 5200rpm HDD to a Seagate Solid State Hybird and upgrading memory to 4GB? Which one should be first?
    5th: Changing Windows to Ubuntu?
    thats all for today.....
    Thanks to anyone who can help me...

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    Personally i would go for a Mac os instead of unbutu i found Mac os much more stable and less hassle then again that is my opinion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bisimoto View Post
    Personally i would go for a Mac os instead of unbutu i found Mac os much more stable and less hassle then again that is my opinion!
    90% of MAC OS was designed base on Linux, I like Mac but since I've already owned a Dell Latitude E6410 with some superior hardwares. pointless for me to get another laptop...

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    TSP doesn't run on Linux afaik?
    And what sort of latencies are you running?
    A 2009 or newer Macbook will do 4ms no worries, the newer ones probably even lower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N00bites View Post
    5th: Changing Windows to Ubuntu?
    Traktor doesnt work on linux from what I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Remote View Post
    TSP doesn't run on Linux afaik?
    And what sort of latencies are you running?
    A 2009 or newer Macbook will do 4ms no worries, the newer ones probably even lower.
    128 samples 44.1khz with 15.8ms....is this too high?

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    Quote Originally Posted by N00bites View Post
    128 samples 44.1khz with 15.8ms....is this too high?
    What sound card are you using?
    Pioneer DJM 700 / Traktor Kontrol X1 / 2 x Technics SL1200MK5 / Traktor Scratch Pro 2.6.7 / Ortofon Concorde Nightclub MK1
    Audio 8 DJ / Sennheiser HD 25-1 II / Magma Traveler / IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R155 / KRK RP6 G2 / Vinyl

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    Quote Originally Posted by OmniRoss View Post
    What sound card are you using?
    laptop's integrated sound card...nothing special...

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    Quote Originally Posted by N00bites View Post
    90% of MAC OS was designed base on Linux, I like Mac but since I've already owned a Dell Latitude E6410 with some superior hardwares. pointless for me to get another laptop...
    Unix. Unix brotha. Get it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxonemillionone View Post
    Unix. Unix brotha. Get it right.
    Linux is a Unix clone written from scratch by Linus Torvalds with assistance from a loosely-knit team of hackers across the Net. It aims towards POSIX compliance.----Official Linux kernel README file

    so yeah man, you are right, they are all "unix-like" os
    Last edited by N00bites; 11-03-2010 at 09:17 PM.

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