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11th January 2007
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FX teleport and dual cores HOW?

After alot of research, I see talk of being able to use fx teleport to take advantage of the other CPU in a dual core processor, but how do you actually set it up to do that? That info I havent been able to find.... than you :0)
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thanks, but im talking about how you use it to utilise the second core in a dual core system, not a second physical computer ...
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A dual-core processor consists of two complete execution cores in one physical processor both running at the same frequency. Both cores share the same packaging and the same interface with the chipset/memory. FX Teleport is a software that must be installed on two different physical computers and uses a LAN connection. You're already using the power of your CPU (which is 2 CPUs in one physical unit).
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A dual-core processor consists of two complete execution cores in one physical processor both running at the same frequency. Both cores share the same packaging and the same interface with the chipset/memory. FX Teleport is a software that must be installed on two different physical computers and uses a LAN connection. You're already using the power of your CPU (which is 2 CPUs in one physical unit).
BUt i though you could use FX-T localy(in your DAW), maybe that's the way to you use the sec. processor? I don't know I'm just saying??
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im not sure if you get it or not 100% (no offense), but when you install a dual core processor onto your sysetem certain applications will automatically take advantage of the second core- ex: Nuendo,Cubase and I think Sonar. But on the other hand certain applications have not been developed to take advantage of a dual processor yet. check to see in you system bios if you have dual(hyper-threading) enabled. if you do not have this feature enabled even nuendo and programs alike will only utilize one core.

Again like the previous person said, fx-t is a program that links to physical computers together.
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What DAW are you using?
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check to see in you system bios if you have dual(hyper-threading) enabled. if you do not have this feature enabled even nuendo and programs alike will only utilize one core.

Again like the previous person said, fx-t is a program that links to physical computers together.
Hyper-threading and dual-core are 2 seperate things.

Hyper-threading is where a "virtual core" is set up (enabled/disabled in the BIOS) to utilise spare CPU cycles.

Dual-core processors have 2 physical cores and can't be disabled in the BIOS. This isn't hyperthreading.

Also you CAN use FX Teleport on the same machine. The only use I have heard of for this is to get around the Windows XP memory limitations because FX Teleport is another application which enabled the VST plugins running under it not to be limited by the 2Gb per app of XP.

Having said that, you could set the affinity of FX Teleport to use the other core if the DAW application only uses 1 by doing this......

XP affinity setting instructions
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Also you CAN use FX Teleport on the same machine. The only use I have heard of for this is to get around the Windows XP memory limitations because FX Teleport is another application which enabled the VST plugins running under it not to be limited by the 2Gb per app of XP.
Thanks for the tip!thumbsup
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