C7 Eden CPU – Max5
hello, i was wondering if its worth the buy… so i build a box of music with this computer and other stuff… any comments :=?//
is it powerfull enof.. to work with ?…
My guess that would be that the runtime could possibly work but the full version would not, due to incompatibilities with the processor type.
ok thank you… do you have any guess about what kinda board im looking for.?
i want some thing small komputer board i can hook up with controller.. like spilt a midi apart and fix it up with usb and cheap small touchscreen, small cheap usb sound card— so i have my homebuild interface case for max,ness…. windows nlite… ?
intell cpu atom?
Not sure. You might be better off running pd on these really small machines.Even if you could get things running, they are right at the bottom of the recommended hardware requirements.
We have seen reports in support over the last year or so of guys trying out micro boards, they generally give up because they can’t get that much done with them.
Depending on your needs, it may be worth using it as an interface device only, and send OSC to a server that does the audio number crunching.
Stefan Tiedje skrev:
> I’d rather look for a decent netbook, seems not much more if you count
> in the display etc. The new netbooks also have more powerful processors.
I agree – netbooks are great!
that, or a mac mini, which can be rigged to run headless, I am told.
yes that sounds like an option.. i had the love for the fanless thing..
mini headless works great for installations:
Am 26.11.2008 um 22:08 schrieb Andreas Wetterberg:
> Stefan Tiedje skrev:
>> I’d rather look for a decent netbook, seems not much more if you
>> count in the display etc. The new netbooks also have more powerful
> I agree – netbooks are great!
> that, or a mac mini, which can be rigged to run headless, I am told.
On 27 Nov 2008, at 01:24, hans w. koch wrote:
> mini headless works great for installations:
Without a monitor it’ll come up 1024 x 768, I think – by which I mean
that’s the size of desktop it’ll display if you VNC into it. But
otherwise, it’ll work happily.
- not headless, but it’s a 1st-gen G4 mini happily driving a quite
large LCD display, ca. early 2006.
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