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|Posté le: Jeu 12 Avr - 14:05 (2018) Sujet du message: PC hardware advice for stable Cubase experience with RME Fir
I've been a Cubase user for over a decade now (I started with Cubase SX but my brother was using Cubase back to version 1.5 and I learned on his software) and unfortunately have never had a very stable experience. Cubase crashes all the time. This happened on Windows 7 with version 6, 7, 7.5, 8 (this was the worst so far for me) and now 9 on Windows 10 (crashed within 5 minutes). Back in the Cubase 5 days I felt like it was a bit more stable, but since version 7 I've had a ton of problems over 3 different PC builds.
Most recently I tried a Ryzen 1800X on an ASRock Killer SLI mobo setup. Seagate 1TB O/S SSD and 4TB HDD for library. 32GB Crucial RAM. 1080TI GPU. The build cost over $2,500. AAAAAND it crashes constantly so I'm going to start over.
Any ideas for a stable PC build (or maybe it is time I finally switch to Mac?) would be helpful. I've always had whatever the best possible GPU is (this build has a 1080ti) so I wonder if these powerful GPUs could be causing some sort of stability issues with the build since they are so resource intensive.I have used RME hardware since their first PCI cards and have demoed many other interfaces which experienced even more crashes and problems with Cubase.
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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