it’s hard with the best pc though
they are very good to deal with, and they optimize and make everything clear for you.
I was thinking of buying there myself. But ended up building my own.
13700k ddr5 5600 8 TB nvne 990 pro with an asus prime z790-A Wifi. STRAIGHT POWER 11 850W Platinum.
if you need a computer right now then don’t buy something that is more expensive than 20-25 k, then it will last at least 3-5 years until the new technology has settled where hardware and software are stable.
the most important thing is to buy a good case and psu and ssd that you can take with you to the next build. because then you can put more money on the cpu and motherboard and ddr memory. and at the moment there are no really good cpu coolers yet. and I run on igpu.
Intel i7 13700k
Asus prime Z790-A wifi
Corsair 32GB (2x16GB) DDR5 5600MHz CL36 Vengeance
Manufacturer’s ArtNr: CMK32GX5M2B5600C36
CAS Latency: 36-36-36-76
4 pcs Samsung 990 PRO M.2 NVMe SSD 2TB OS drive vst library, sampling library projects ect
Samsung 870 EVO 500gb Cubase Project
Samsung 870 EVO 500gb cache disk RX10 and other programs
2 pcs Samsung 870 EVO 4tb audio library and backup
2 pcs Samsung T7 2TB backup
will get my regular ssd out of the computer and have them in a hub or something, there are 4-8tb NVMe gen 4 now. but in a year or so, the gen 5 ssd will come to the intel platform.
that’s what I thought, and it’s a good computer capable of approx. 100-150 tracks with a lot of routing and heavy vst and effects. but 32 gb of memory is a little too little 64 or 128 gb is better. but it’s not quite stable yet.
And yes you have right for DDR.but when i have alot of sample vst like halion piano and more it eats up memory. But if you just work with audio 32gb is good.
I have mine on 5,5 ghz stable.
the most important thing is that you have it as an audio pc and no other crap in it. should you play games build a computer for it…
and the most important thing is that if you don’t have the workflow right, then the strongest computer is still too weak, use busses, bounce, export as a new project when you’re done with each phase. and clean and nice sound files without any plugins for the next phase of the production. and freeze tracks you are done with.
work structured, keep track of tracks with a lot of latency then you can do wonders on an old compac from 1988 to