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Old 03-18-2005, 11:48 AM
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Default stick with the system I have?

Instead of buying a new system now, should i wait awhile and just upgrade what i have?
Dell Dimension 8250 (P4-2.4Ghz) 768MB RDRAM 1066Mhz) and just get another 7200 RPM HD to keep the audio in? I haven't even optimized my system with the various suggestions yet, but I am wondering if anyone has a similar setup and how the Mbox runs on their systems that performs with similar stats. So far PTLE hasn't caused me too many problems, but then again I have been using the Korg Triton's sampler/seq for the bulk of the work. Any suggestions? Any recommended dual head video cards that should work with the dell and PTLE? Thanks!

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