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Hi Folks Many of you already know Process Lasso of Bitsum Technologies. If you do not yet know it, here are the key features of Process Lasso: ProBalance - Keep your PC responsive during high CPU loads! Safe and PROVEN Real-time CPU affinity and process priority optimization! Optimize and automate process settings, power profiles, and more Partition CPU cores to limit per-process CPU use Disallow select processes Auto-restart mission critical processes Limit number of instances of an app Log and audit process activity Unattended install and headless configuration Monitor real-time server responsiveness with our proprietary metric Light-weight native code with negligible resource use Efficient stand-alone core engine that can run as a service Compatible with all Windows Server variants, from 2008 to 2012 R2 You want a certain process or service to be run at realtime priority, at every boot? Then this is your Tool! This is the QuickStart Guide for Audiophiles: https://bitsum.com/ao You can now get a hefty 35% discount by using this link: https://products.bitsum.com/server/#pricing and this Coupon Code: AUDIOFX_AO_35 Enjoy it, Phil
Hello everybody, in the last few days I have installed on a separate partition of my (single) PC a dedicated configuration of audio playback only. Now I have a "General Purpose" partition, where I have Windows 10 Pro, Fidelizer Pro, JPLAYStreamer via minimserver, and an "Audiophile" partition with Windows Server 2016 GUI, Audiophile Optimizer, Fidelizer Pro, Process Lasso, JPLAYStreamer / minimserver, a few more tweaks derived from the CAD optimization scripts for bringing the number of processes at a reasonably low level (around 28, with network services active). Also, Audio configuration runs with shell replacement to Fidelizer Pro, again aiming to resemble a core installation. The downstream components are an Audio GD NOS11 V2 DAC/Amp (connected through USB, with an iFi iPurifier 2) and a Sennheiser HD 800S headphone, via balanced cable. When comparing the General Purpose set-up sound and the Audiophile set-up sound, the Audio set up is clearly an overall winner. I am not sure how to split the improvement because I installed W2016, AO and PL (i.e. what makes most of difference between the two setups) in a single shot. Where the Audiophile set-up easily wins is with resolution, transparency, soundstage layering and focus. Also, a general sense of less noise / more air around the instruments provide the feeling that the sound is coming out of nowhere, as opposed to the slightly veiled feeling I get from the General Purpose set-up. So overall I am satisfied, ... but ... Where I still think there are margins of improvement is at both ends of the frequency spectrum. The high frequency with the Audiophile configuration can be ear-piercing, while maintaining a very fine grain, while the bottom and feels much more satisfying, significantly fuller and more extended with the General Purpose setup. So far I have tried various settings of Audiophile Optimizer sound signature and digital filtering, ending up with the 4-D combination which to my ears is the smoothest one (but yet not smooth enough to my taste, especially for long listening sessions). Anybody else had a similar experience after upgrading their system? What have you tried / would you try to further improve? Thank you, Simone