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Old 12-01-2000, 05:05 AM
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Default transfer rate of 66Mbytes/sec enough?

I want to upgrade my PC for the digi001.I already use a separate drive for audio.It' s a Seagate Barracuda 20Gb ATA66.The drive can support transfer rates up to 66Mb/sec (UDMA4) in Ultra ATA/66 mode.I don't no about the average seek time.
Will this be enough for 24 tracks ?(24bit,48000hz)
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Old 12-01-2000, 05:09 PM
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Default Re: transfer rate of 66Mbytes/sec enough?

one of my hdds is a seagate 30Gig ATA66 (not my audio drive) but will work fine. tip: don't partition it or you'll see a performance drop.

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