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Old 05-28-2018, 08:44 AM
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Default Re: Disk Playback Cache Size?

Originally Posted by BScout View Post
Bold means complete files and not clips. It isn't an indication if it is used or not.
Thanks for clarifying.

Originally Posted by BScout View Post
Up to you. I know what my memory vs audio disk cache needs are (even with a 100% SSD system.) I like to be aware of how much disk cache I'm using too.
How do determine what your memory vs audio disk cache needs are? I guess I need to read up on this.

Last week (when I upgraded to 12.4) I installed a dedicated Samsung 850 Pro SSD for my PT files, including audio. (My boot is also a Samsung SSD.)

Overall it seems I have fewer issues and never see any system resources errors.
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