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  1. Scalms

    Best ASIO PCIe sound card?

    Hi all, Looking for quality internal PCIe sound card that is Asio compatible, between $100-$500 range. From what I can tell there is not a ton of options out there. I know for music production external device is preferred but for several reasons I need to get internal one. Please let me know...
  2. Erick - BVA

    Selling my Echo Mona from my highschool rock band days....

    Not sure if we're allowed to post ebay links. Mods can delete the link if they want. All of the original stuff is included. The latest drivers for Windows 7 worked for Windows 10 (for me at least). 2 of the 4 channels seem to be working great. The other 2 seem quiet/inconsistent. Not sure...
  3. kingseamus

    PCIe SSD disappeared from Mac Pro 4,1

    I have an early 2009 Mac Pro (running 10.11.6) and I've been using an Angelbird PCIe drive (MX2) as my main sample drive for about eight months now. Last week, however, the drive disappeared from my desktop, and is no longer visible in recovery mode or in the list output of "diskutil list"...
  4. kingseamus

    Any 2 TB PCI-e SSD options for Mac Pro 4,1?

    I'm trying to find a 2 terabyte PCI-e drive compatible with a Mac Pro 4,1 (early 2009 model). I was interested in the Samsung 2 TB NVMe SSD 960 Pro/Evo, but it seems that even with an adapter card, this drive would not work in a Mac Pro. Anyone know of any 2TB options that might work?
  5. Phryq

    Pcie ssds vs ram

    So, if a computer had 2 PCIe SSDs in a raid 0, would it be able to do with less ram? because it's able to stream from disk so quickly? in other words, machine a has 32gb ram, 2 x 512gb PCIe in a RAID 0 machine B has 64gb ram, and a regular SSD which will be able to handle heavier / more...
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