All right I’m posting this on all mediums I can think of. I’m as desperate as one can be.
I’ve been having increasing performance issues with Cubase. It started with some minor audio dropouts, but now I just have full days of not being able to work because the average load just maxes out at a buffer size of 2048 and it just skips over all the audio. Then there are some days where out of nowhere the same session works perfectly at a buffer size of 128. And I just can’t figure out what the problem is.
I tried absolutely anything I could find. Turning of power saving options, updating all my drivers, using the Sweetwater performance guide, upgrading my pc, switching out my graphics card for another, turning off my antivirus, turning off my internet, turning off core 0 in task manager, turning off plugins to see if there is a bad plugin. The list goes on and nothing works.
I have posted this before on multiple forums but people just don’t answer.
Please I need some help. I’m willing to try anything at this point.
CPU: Intel i7-7820X 3.60 GHz
COOLER: be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3
MOBO: MSI X299 Raider
RAM: Corsair DDR4 Vengeance LPX 2x8GB 2666 C16
NEW GPU: MSI Geforce 1060
OLD GPU: XFX R9 280X Black Edition
PSU: Seasonic M12II 620W
OS: Windows 10
Audio Interface: Focusrite Saffire Pro 40
SSD 1: Samsung 850 Evo 250 GB
SSD 2: WD Blue WDS100T2B0A 1TB
HDD 1: WD Black WD3003 FZEX 3TB
HDD 2: WD Black WD4005FZBX 4TB
Tried switching audio interface.
CPU temperature stays within 30 C on all cores (measured with Core Temp).
Tried the onboard sound driver and ASIO4ALL driver.
Graphics card was just put in today so the problem isn’t related to the graphics card.