November 13, 2021, 4:44pm
is this a good way to go?? cubase pro 11 , thanks for any help
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ADK Qube X
Qube X Quiet Case Options
1 x Quiet Black Mid Tower Case - 1x5.25" bays, 6x 3.5" HDD trays, 4x2.5" SSD Mount slots, 1x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C, 2x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0 front ports
1 x 650W 80 PLUS Power Supply
1 x ADK Quiet Active CPU Heatsink and Cooling
1 x Intel Core i5-11600K Processor (6 Core, Max 4.90GHz)
1 x TUF Gaming B560M-PLUS WIFI
1 x 8 Gigs (2 x 4 gig) DDR4 3200
Video Card Options for Qube CL
1 x On Board Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics 1x HDMI and 1xDisplayport
1 x Microsoft Windows Professional 10 64 Bit OEM
Hard Drive - Operating System/Program Drive
1 x Samsung 860 EVO 1TB Internal SSD
1 x CARD READER- USB 3.0 SD card reader
1 x Netgear A6210 IEEE 802.11ac - Wi-Fi Adapter for
I would definitely get more than 8GB total RAM. I would get 16GB minimum.
Also, just be aware that you’re buying into a platform that I think is end-of-life. So you can probably upgrade the CPU to something better later, but you’ll be stuck with whatever is available on that socket type. The newest just released Intel CPUs are on a different socket/platform and won’t be compatible.
Other than that for other people to chime in with experiences you should probably let people know what you’re going to do on it. Mostly running VSTi or mostly mixing or mostly recording… etc…
November 13, 2021, 5:15pm
Fully agreed with MattiasNYC.
You should go for 16GB (2x8GB), especially since you will use the on-board gfx.
The 11th-gen i5 is sufficient for most workloads, but today it is worth stretching a bit to get a 12th-gen i7, if having a quiet machine is important for you.
Make sure your new machine is also compliant to the Windows-11 requirements, whether you make the upgrade now or prefer waiting a while.
I just built a new PC with an Intel Core i5-11600K, it rocks. You need at least 16gb RAM and get an M.2 NVMe drive, they’re great.
November 13, 2021, 8:15pm
thanks for the replies , I am either buying or building this one, and want it to last 10 years like the last one, so the 12th gen sounds like a good idea.
November 13, 2021, 8:18pm
where did you buy your pats from and if you could what were the specs. thanks kevin
and I am not in a big hurry so I can wait if new tech is on the horizon