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  1. 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
  2. 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
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