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Can i run a home recording studio on Hp a4313w Sempron (tm) Le-1250 2.2 ghz 3.00gb ram with singlecore processor


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#1 Detori

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 02:20 AM

I have installed fl studio 10. i have an hp desktop 244gb free of 287gb I want to install a firewire port on the back of the tower for an audio
interface for sound quality, powered monitors, mic, midi board, and maybe a mixer, could i run that on my pc, thank you

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 07:58 AM

You will be able to do it, but you won't be able to do anything very adventurous. A 2.2GHz Sempron barely squeaks in over the minimum specification for FL10 and the single core will quickly get flustered if a lot starts happening. That will limit number of tracks, use of effects and instruments.

Current suggestion for ideal balance of performance against cost is i7-2600K or i5-2500K and 8G of RAM they suggest is enough (but even 4G is enough for most people):

http://support.image-line.com/knowledgebase/base.php?id=55&ans=214

On passmark CPU Benchmarks for example, the LE-1250 scores 549, the i5-2500K scores 6,743.
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