Friday, February 9, 2007

Latest reasonable Computer Configuration for Audio recording

Yesterday I configured a Computer system for one of my friend. It was performing very well. The details are given below :
  • Motherboard - Intel 965WH
  • CPU - Intel Core 2Duo 6300 ( 1.86 Hz with 2 Mb cache)
  • RAM - DDR2 667 MHz 1 Gb
  • Hard Disk - Seagate SATA 250 Gb (8 Mb buffer)
  • DVD Writer - Liteon Alrite 20 x
  • Floppy - Sony
  • Keyboard & Mouse - Logitech Keyboard with optical Mouse
  • SMPS - Gold
  • Cabinet - iBall
  • Monitor - Samtron 740N 17" LCD Display
  • Sound Card - Edirol UA25 USB audio interface
DVD drive was bundled with Nero essentials 7.0 which has most writing features and the Edirol firewire audio interface had Cakewalk SONAR LE recording software bumdled. The motherboard has 6 SATA and one IDE port. Motherboard has 6 USB ports in the rear and two connectors for the front panel. There is one fireWire and one Ethernet LAN port also in the rear. I disabled the LAN port, Built in Audio interface and parallel port just to keep the system resources free. This motherboard has RAID and AHCI support for SATA apart from IDE mode. The system is performing well. You may also configure this system if you are looking for a reasonably priced pc for your audio recording setup.

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