Does the ISO extra buffer apply for ASIO applications or for Windows audio type applications (like when using internet browsers or media players?).
If it applies for Windows audio applications, then I think it is a great idea because that was where I was getting unexpected dropouts when I was testing with new machines. In Cubase it seemed ok (ASIO overloads with high demand but seemed reasonable) but I was getting dropouts just listening to Windows Media Player while browsing the internet.
I went ahead and installed and tried it. It looks like the ISO extra buffer does in fact affect the latency IN Cubase. I am not sure how this is different than just increasing the ASIO buffer size the old way unless it ALSO increases latency in Windows audio applications which might help the internet browser dropouts.