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    Is 1.8Ghz dual processor good enough to run JABB?

    I am about to purchase a CPU dedicated to my music software. I am considering the Intel E4300 1.8Ghz dual core processor. I have been told that a dual core processor of 1.8Ghz is the same in terms of speed as a conventional processor of 3.6 Ghz. Is that a valid comparison? Or will I need a faster processor to run JABB without dropouts and artifacts? Also, does JABB support a technology called thread-level parallelism (TLP)?

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    Re: Is 1.8Ghz dual processor good enough to run JABB?

    Is this a Core 2 Duo processor? I don't see this Model number. I would get at least a Core 2 Duo E6300 processor. These are quite powerful and will have no problem running JABB. I'm using the E6600 2.4 GHz processor in my system.

    Jim

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    Re: Is 1.8Ghz dual processor good enough to run JABB?

    Yes, Jim, it is a Core 2 Duo processor. And I've taken your advice and upgraded my order to an E6400. Thanks much for the assist.

    Bruce
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    Re: Is 1.8Ghz dual processor good enough to run JABB?

    At this point the Kontakt 1.53 player that JABB uses is not very friendly with multi-processor support. I normally have to disable this in Sonar to get rid of the pops and clicks. Have to see how the Kontakt 2.2.1 player works with multi-processor support enabled.

    I think you'll be happy with the processor you ordered!

    Jim

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