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new Scope system 2020

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ordered some new components and i am looking forward using my scope cards again.

:)

hope things work fine
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so the rest of components will hopefully come tomorrow.

I'd be nice if thinks work fine with windows 10 and Intel Hexacore CPU ;)
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The Silverstone case is a solid choice for a 4U. Quiet as a dead cat who just ate mouse bait in error.

What moboard is that w/- the PCI slots ?
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ah, good to see you back, hifiboom!
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dante wrote: Mon Jul 27, 2020 2:10 pm The Silverstone case is a solid choice for a 4U.
You beat me.
I like it too and it´s part of my AsRock Z97 machine for XITE-1.

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Cool thats 4 that I know of PZ users having that case.
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The case is one of the cheapest rack case but it seems fine for my tasks

First Problem i have is the harddisc Housing is in the way of the Score pro Board.

Right now no big Deal, i ordered 1TB M.2 hd space

But i will have to use a flex to fix things and to have options for further HD space
:lol:
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dante wrote: Mon Jul 27, 2020 2:10 pm The Silverstone case is a solid choice for a 4U. Quiet as a dead cat who just ate mouse bait in error.

What moboard is that w/- the PCI slots ?

Asus Prime B460 Plus Socket LGA1200

I think almost Last One with 2 pci slots.

Generally i prefer gigabyte motherboards in terms of quality, but they all come with max. 1 PCI Slot.
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hifiboom wrote: Mon Jul 27, 2020 11:44 pm The case is one of the cheapest rack case but it seems fine for my tasks

First Problem i have is the harddisc Housing is in the way of the Score pro Board.

Right now no big Deal, i ordered 1TB M.2 hd space

But i will have to use a flex to fix things and to have options for further HD space
:lol:
Possibly not necessary.
Use the 5.25" bay for HDD w/ 3.5">5.25" adapter brackets !
1 optical and 2 HDD´s are possible.

I don´use the SCOPE PCI cards in that case, but I use the 5.25" bay for a single SATA-600 WD Velocity Raptor 300GB,- just only for audio recording.
2 M.2 in addition.
The 3.5" bay is somewhat in the way of propper airflow anyway,- especially when using the big DSP cards.
I use the bay for 2 SATA 3.5" SSDs, but it´s all for XITE-1, so no multi-DSP-chip heating inside the case.

:)

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today i received the rest of the compoenents

everything worked fine and system is now running windows 10 64Bit.

Hopefully garyB will be sending me the scope v7 keys soon, so i can check the scope cards running fine.

And of course do a masterverb loader test. ;)


Sadly the big cooler was too big for the case. ;P
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keys soon.
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the regular cooler should be just fine.
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Nice. It's good to give the cards a nice big case with lots of ventilation, at least I think that's part of how my original cards have been alive for more 20 years.
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garyb wrote: Tue Jul 28, 2020 3:15 pm keys soon.

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the regular cooler should be just fine.

Thank you very much garyB for the quick response!

Just tried the stuff and it seems everythink is working perfectly so far.

I can load 9 x masterverb pro stereo without any finetuning. (don't even know what i can do to optimzie it, with the 10 MV pro i get an error, project has to be optimized....)

But that seems fine so far.

Latency seems also good: running @4ms right now -> No clicks so far. okay right now no big cpu heavy tasks.

I think i am happy soo far! :) :) :) :) :) :D :D

I did not expect it to be so easy to get it up & running :D
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hifiboom wrote: Tue Jul 28, 2020 3:08 pm
Sadly the big cooler was too big for the case. ;P
For that case, this works excellent ...
https://www.mindfactory.de/product_info ... 76000.html
It fits under the "bridge" while still getting enough fresh air from "above" !

I have excellent temperatures.
Just only replace stock heat conductive paste by Arctic Silver.

For case fans I used "NB" noise blocker ...
IIRC, front fan was some e-loop and rear the best I was able to find from NB.
It´s all about the balance "what comes in" on front and "goes out" on rear.
For best airflow, both should match sowmewhat.

:)

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Ladies & Gentlemen......HiFiBoom.
Great to have you back.

Where did you go for so long?
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Hey Jimmy , Nice to hear from you.
Hope you are fine too?

For me it was:
-Got in fulltime Job
-married
-... Produced two wonderful children.

😀
So did not have that much time for the rest...
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And now that they’re in school....

That’s great news though. Best to you and your loved ones..
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Just found out about the new Asus Prime B460 Plus mobo and have 15+6dsp sitting on the shelf.

Good to know @hifiboom you have had a good experience with this board - Time to build a new extra system :)

hifiboom - what exact ram did you use btw ?
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I'm using the Asus Prime B460 Plus as well, with Corsair DDR4 3200MHz CL16 and i5 10600k, Pulsar 2 and Luna.

Runs really smoothly. Was very nice feeling to be able to run glitch free at minimal latency again, like in the old XP days! When actually making a track stressing the system I got the occasional glitch, and now run at medium latency to be sure and it has been running perfect.
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Yeah that is wanted to hear - nice one Spindrift :)

Thanks for the info

Happy Scoping :D
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