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post #21 of 49
i also have a focusrite scarlett solo for windows 7 that i run with a core 2 quad 2.8Ghz, ive never checked my cpu load, but it never seems to get close to full load. ill check the cpu loads out next time i have that computer booted. i should have some sonar projects with 15-30 tracks.
post #22 of 49
I see a couple people have since updated their BIOSes and are posting notably lower DPC latencies. Is anyone still having trouble with this? If so, please send me a DxDiag Pastebin + LatencyMon screenshot via OCN PM or Twitter @Thracks.
post #23 of 49
The more i hear how much better RYZEN is getting i may switch over from INTEL the only thing that is stopping me is the motherboard selections, i hope they bring out more ITX versions, lets see what computex brings, If so will be just in time for a build in august/sept.
post #24 of 49
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I see a couple people have since updated their BIOSes and are posting notably lower DPC latencies. Is anyone still having trouble with this? If so, please send me a DxDiag Pastebin + LatencyMon screenshot via OCN PM or Twitter @Thracks.

I too am seeing better results on the net with DPC being lowed with new bios's

I am working away at the moment so not able to test this myself on my two ryzen builds i have 2 bios rev to upgrade too so i will test this once i am back.

And post my findings

But so far it just keeps getting better with Ryzen
post #25 of 49
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Originally Posted by Mads1 View Post

The more i hear how much better RYZEN is getting i may switch over from INTEL the only thing that is stopping me is the motherboard selections, i hope they bring out more ITX versions, lets see what computex brings, If so will be just in time for a build in august/sept.

There will be more. biggrin.gif
post #26 of 49
rme 3296 pci is nearly as obscolete as the lexicon core 2- which did have an effects daughterboard. just for test's sake, test the latency with your rme 3296, a standard soundblaster live/audigy, and a usb audio interface- like the focusrite scarlett's. PCI used to be the best low-latency standard, years ago, but pci devices have fallen by the wayside since pcie-e and usb 2.0+
post #27 of 49
Hello. First of all thank you for creating this thread, this is exactly a mobo I considered. I'm not a specialist in those latency/noise/distortion values, my interface is Scarlett 18i20 and I'm aiming at recording and orchestral DAW writing. Will B350 Tomahawk be enough or should I go for something higher, in such case what? Thanks smile.gif
post #28 of 49
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Hello. First of all thank you for creating this thread, this is exactly a mobo I considered. I'm not a specialist in those latency/noise/distortion values, my interface is Scarlett 18i20 and I'm aiming at recording and orchestral DAW writing. Will B350 Tomahawk be enough or should I go for something higher, in such case what? Thanks smile.gif

Is the Scarlett usb or firewire ?

If usb then the b350 tomahawk is fine just make sure to update the bios to the latest and make sure when you purchase memory try and get memory that uses Samsung ic's B dies Single rank
Edited by harney - 6/15/17 at 7:20am
post #29 of 49
Thank you for help, I will try to clarify more:

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Is the Scarlett usb or firewire
USB 2.0.

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get memory that uses Samsung ic's B dies Single rank
I didn't find any 16-GB modules which would use Samsung B-die IC. Have I overlooked some or does it mean if I go with B350 I will limit myself to 32GB instead of 64GB total RAM this board allows? I'm going for really complex orchestral scores so I presume I might need 64GB eventually.

Also, I found two conflicting opinions - here they say single-rank is faster, here they say single-rank is slower. Which one is true?
Edited by Skrzypiec - 6/19/17 at 12:54am
post #30 of 49
Thanks for the subject. I was also thinking about upgrading my i5 4670k rig to a ryzen. It's primary a protools mixing PC. Im running 12.5.

There is only one thing i don't understand. Why are you comparing audio performance for all these motherboards up here. Shouldn't you have an external card/DAC anyway?

I'm running HS7's from a focusrite 2i4
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