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  • Futurama

    I wonder if anyone cares to speculate about when the 96khz versions of VI will be released? 2008? 2010? It will certainly throw a wrench into anyones well planned specs for future machines when considering that... I wonder what kind of machines we will need to run 250 live stereo instances of 24 bit 96khz VI through surround sound MIR......

    [:D]

  • Don't worry - by then we will have 32-core machines with 128gb ram ( costing the same as 4 gb today ) - 3000 FSB, 4TB HD's spinning at 30000 rpm, with access times below 1ms - and making no noise at all. [:D]
    Only problem - it will run Windows HastaLaVista [8-)]

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    @Another User said:

    4TB HD's spinning at 30000 rpm
    harddrives will not rotate at all in the near future .... [;)] but i'm not so sure about the noise ...
    christian

    and remember: only a CRAY can run an endless loop in just three seconds.
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    @Sapkiller said:

    Don't worry - by then we will have 32-core machines with 128gb ram ( costing the same as 4 gb today ) - 3000 FSB, 4TB HD's spinning at 30000 rpm, with access times below 1ms - and making no noise at all. [:D]
    Only problem - it will run Windows HastaLaVista [8-)]


    Hmm..

    Maybe by then the machines could run today's 24-bit/44.1 version?

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  • Christian, you're right off cause - it will be some sort of large random access persistent memory area. [H]

  • I though this thread was about the short-lived SciFi TV show! [:)]