I\'m not sure what you mean by \'random\' timing problems, but I have a similar setup to yours (Pulsar instead of 1010).
When trying to get Logic going with Giga I ran into enough latency problems at low polyphony that I ended up removing the audio section of Logic altogether to free up resources.
Now I can run up to 120 voices in Giga off the midi side of logic before I run into sloppy delays and the occasional click.
We added another 128 mb ram to the PC but didn\'t get more polyphony before the latency degraded.
We ran Giga from Logic on another PC and were able to get more polyphony, but I wasn\'t there and I don\'t know whether they got to 160 without latency creeping in. My personal test was just playing a piano sound over the top of a busy arrangement, watching the poly counter, and seeing how the response on the keyboard changed.
I haven\'t tried to do any rigorous timing stuff yet, (still trying to learn OS\' for w98, Pulsar 2, Logic and Giga!), but when I do I\'ll post my experience.
PS Seems to me that two pcs is probably the answer. I just hate the idea of having two separate PCs configured for audio (2 lots of souncards, midi cards, mega ram, fast drives etc.,)
[This message has been edited by Chadwick (edited 09-13-2000).]