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  1. #16
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    Once I decided to do this 'properly' I'm spoilt for choice.

    This is my dream system:
    https://silentpc.com/daw/pro-audio-daw-pc#Configure

    I think you'll see that page with my customizations. I've got no problem spending the money, I have a problem getting the money. Especially in a timely manner, like now!

    I'll be checking out your links, thanks!

  2. #17
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    An LGA-2066 CPU system would be nice. Pricey, but nice. It should do anything you need, and it should run Windows 7 with no issues. I would recommend adding a UPS to your list for power protection also.

    https://www.amazon.com/CyberPower-CP.../dp/B00429N19W

  3. #18
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    Yep, I already have one made by Tripp-Lite. Where I am it's doubtful you'll get through a week without a power outage in the summer months. Somewhere in the mountains, a pylon is literally in the clouds and that much water vapor shorts out the transformer. I have to protect my fridge as well. The power is set to reboot itself so it usually comes back within a few minutes but you never know, there's no warning or information. Sometimes CFE (the electricity company) don't even know a whole town is down, you have to call it in.

    When I get the dream system, I'll post back. I'm sure I'll be in pig heaven.

    You've been very helpful, thanks a lot!

    rev

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