Personally I think that, if Nemesys can give Sound Chaser management enough detail for
them to be able to commit to a standard hardware design which maximises the
Gigastudio\'s performance, the rest of us should be supplied with that spec.
I\'m still not sure if my I/O card is ideal, or that I have a sensible amount of ram, which style of OS is best, etc,etc.,
I know you can\'t describe one system to suit all individuals - especially when your trying
to keep competing hardware suppliers on side, and no one wants to tout a system requirement spec which is unattainable in some peoples view, but that hasn\'t stopped Nemesys giving more concrete and detailed info for building a system to both Alexander University and Sound Chaser than I\'ve been able to glean from this site, Sonic Sontrol or Nemesys themselves.
I suppose I\'ve simply \'got the hots for whats in the box\'. (Do you guys have Domino\'s
pizzas over there?)
Anyway, I feel confident that I and other registered users out there could benefit greatly from being graced with the same information which Nemesys has given these two
Both of the companies say they\'ve built systems based on input from Nemesys.
I don\'t think we have a right to these guys hard earned results, but I\'d like to think that when trying to cobble together a system, we simple customers have the same information from Nemesys that these guys do.
Somehow I don\'t get that feeling. It\'s almost like I have to know the important questions to get the right answers.
Probably has as much to do with the fact that email is a poor substitute for a simple chat.
> Personally I think that, if Nemesys can give Sound Chaser
> management enough detail for them to be able to commit to a
> standard hardware design which maximizes the Gigastudio\'s
> performance, the rest of us should be supplied with that spec.
I would guess that it’s Sound Chaser that’s done all the testing to maximize GSt.
> Designed to expand upon the Multi-processor technology developed by Nemesys
This isn’t Multi-processor a la Windows NT, this is multiple computer systems networked together.