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  1. That's true, but core isolation as such is not bad. Fidelizer works fine in the Control PC with Roon Core.
  2. This also applies to Fidelizers with core isolation. The latencies shoot up immediately. I therefore no longer run Fidelizer on Audio PC.
  3. Jussi, you are a magician! The core assignment is now much better distributed. No more dropouts. Thank you very much for your quick response. 👍
  4. @Miska Are there any findings on the problem of dropouts in HQPlayer 4 Desktop 4.3.0 on Win 10 Pro?
  5. You got both Logs via PM. 😉
  6. @Miska After installing HQPlayer 4 Desktop: 4.3.0 on Win Pro 10, there are unfortunately dropouts. After switching back to 4.2.3, everything is fine again. I haven't changed the settings. Possibly the core assignment is less optimal - just a guess. I send you PM with Log. HQPlayer 4 Desktop: 4.3.0 HQPlayer 4 Desktop: 4.2.3
  7. Yes Pink Faun USB has a solid heat sink in the middle, which would radiate the heat to the JCAT NET Card. I think the solution from @Nenon is fantastic.
  8. I think it fits. I see the problem in the short distance between JCAT NET and PinkFaun USB. Mutual influences or heat development in the sensitive watch would not be good.
  9. That's good news. My HDPLEX 200W Linear Power Supply went up in smoke after only three months. I think the problem is the high power dissipation when sharing 19V with 5V. The HDPLEX 200W always got extremely hot. I advise caution when there is a lot of heat. By the way, I still don't have my HDPLEX 200W back. There seem to be big problems with HDPLEX. Too bad, because I generally like the products.
  10. I am not referring to it, but I answer anyway. 😁 I use the ROG MAXIMUS XI GENE and it fits perfectly into Streacom FC9 Alpha (Black) - Desktop - micro ATX with HDPLEX 800W DC-ATX. I'm excited.
  11. Thank you @drjimwillie I am satisfied. Yes, I played music with an even very sophisticated DSD modulator from HQPlayer. The ASUS AI Suite shows 100.0 x 41 (40.8 watts). This could be the CPU load.
  12. I apologize for the confusion. @Nenon, thanks for the explanations. Sequentially. 😉 1. Of course, the CPU with group 1 can only be operated with one Keces. Then the load on a Keces is a maximum of 19V / 5A. 2. If the second Keces comes into play, the performance is distributed to both approx. 50%. 3. I can read the power consumption on the display of the two Keces P8. 4. Connecting the second Keces directly to the 12V rails is not possible due to the specification with 19-20V/8A. 5. I also see no need, since the measurements of the HDPLEX 800W DC-ATX are superb, as Romaz also wrote. 6. I have been operating the two Keces P8 with 20V since yesterday. The HDPLEX 800W DC-ATX accepts a range 16V-63V DC input. Result: subjectively more calm and more energy in bass.
  13. The main power is required for CPU. 2 x EATX12V from two Keces means double and more stable power.
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