Hi, i use as a computer a mini ITX machine i built myself using
i7 7700 + Motherboard Asrock Z270-m + UR22 + as keyboard a nanokey2 korg (no kidding ahahah, i use it mainly for notation software) and a Pianodisc ProRecord III on a yamaha U1 to record mainly piano / keyboard stuff. (i plan to buy a irig pro key 37 to record synth stuff (but i heard that the usb connector is a piece of cr*p…), because the piano is really not suited for anything else, like bass, synth , lead etc…) and the nanokey has an horrible velocity response (and anyway 25 keys is not enough feven for a bass part)
(why i sold my Motif 8 ? WHY !! ).
anyway i’m running Cubase 9.0.20 and all this work pretty smooth, no real issue except one !
i entered the world of cubase a LONG time ago in a galaxy far far away, and as a e-licencer key, i was using an old one, shipped with Cubase SX (1 or 2 i don’t remember). this key is incompatible with the H/Z 270 chipset (or maybe with asrock , i don’t know).
so if you have an issue with the licence at start up with your new 7700, think about buying a brand new e-licencer usb key, it’s very possible that the issue will be fixed with the new dongle (it’s fixed mine and some other people on this forum).