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31 tracks at 512

27 at 256 on Logic 9.0.1

 

with Hackintosh Quad Core Q9400 2.66 Ghz 8Gb RAM on an ASUS P5KC ( M-AUDIO Firewire Solo plugged on a DELOCK 89106 Firewire 400 card)

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56 tracks running on my Asus Z8NA-D6 with 2 Xeons E5520 @ 2,27 with Logic 9.1 and 256 samples

 

although logic now seems to use the multicores more effective, it looks like higher frequency is more important for

a better score.

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On my Intel Q9550s (2.83Ghz quadcore, 12MB cache) - GA-P35-DS3 rev1.1 - 4GB PC6400 DDR2

running 10.6.3

 

23 tracks

 

on my HP-DV5 1138tx laptop - Intel P8400 (2.25Ghz dualcore, 3MB cache) - PM45 chipset - 4GB PC6400 DDR2 - On mains power

 

running 10.6.1

 

13 tracks

 

 

 

both tests with Digidesign MBox2 - 256 sample buffer.

 

I want an 8 core now... but Xeons and their RAM are too ex$pensive...

:(

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32 tracks @ 32 samples

 

That's maxing 2/4 audio bars in Logic (8's) cpu meter and showing ~65% cpu usage in activity monitor with no audio dropouts. Shifting windows about and using expose while it's playing has no detrimental effect.

 

Core i5 750 @ stock, 4 Gb ram, Motu 828 MkII firewire, Asus 5770, 10.6.4, Logic 8.0.2.

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Hackintosh i7/ 930 @ 2.8 Ghz = 88 tracks and if i OC the i7 / 930 > 3.47Ghz = 108 tracks

buffer 256 , in infinite loop yes !!!!!!

 

that´s sick :P

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I have the i7 930 cpu the Asus P6T SE mobo and 1600 memory but I can´t get up to that many tracks. And on this new I hack I put together I only have Logic Express 9 so I don´t have the Spacedesigner reverb and not even without it I could get over I think it was round 65 tracks.

 

Edit: cpu running at stock speed

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