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 1 
 on: November 17, 2018, 05:37:24 pm 
Started by listening - Last post by PeterSt
Hi Georg,

See my sig for the XTweaks settings. Maybe look at the "General PC settings" because they don't address the necessary cooling for the Mach PC's. The main one will be Balanced Load (and above 42 for a normal processor like yours).

It is not guaranteed that it will work, but I have the idea that it can work for all, if it is only understood.
Set it in Normal OS. Boot to MinOS. Play Unattended a few seconds. And maybe after that reboot one time. If then it doesn't work well under 1200MHz right from booting, then, well, it doesn't work.

Over here it always works out of the box, BUT I always use the RAM-OS Disk as a base (I mean : for any new PC we build).

Best regards,
Peter

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 on: November 17, 2018, 04:50:02 pm 
Started by listening - Last post by listening
Hi Peter,

what is the correct setup of XXHighend version 2.10 to underclock the microprocessor to 500 or 600 MHz?
The base processor clock frequency is underclocked to 1200 MHz via BIOS.

Regards,
Georg

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 on: November 17, 2018, 04:26:54 pm 
Started by listening - Last post by listening
The following actions did work here for the fresh installation of Windows 10 and XXHighend:
  • Determine the market launch of the microprocessor
  • Choose a Windows 10 version, which came later to the market
  • Disconnect network connections
  • Install Windows 10
  • Disable Windows defender
  • Install .NET 3.5 from Windows DVD
  • Download XXHighend Version from 2.07 up (better the last version)
  • Copy XXHighend Version to suitable directory and setup
  • Set UAC to optimized XXHighend usage
  • Click to Stop W10 Updates
  • Set back UAC to normal
  • Activate
Something went wrong when stopping W10 updates fails. In my case I installed a too old version of W10.

Regards,
Georg

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 on: November 17, 2018, 04:03:55 pm 
Started by listening - Last post by listening
No, it's an Intel® Core™ i7-6800K Processor. I'm always some generations behind ...
Regards,
Georg

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 on: November 17, 2018, 04:01:23 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by PeterSt

Oh Fred ... what a great posting once again.

love
Peter

 6 
 on: November 17, 2018, 02:20:59 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by fmanheck
Hi all
I find myself guilty of a lack of posting for a little while now Sad

But it has not been from any malaise. Truth is I've been super busy at work and most of my spare time has been spent listening. The music has been sounding incredible.

It is time to change my system signature as I have new speakers...or should I say old...older than I am. Custom made Altec 288 from the late 1940s converted to 277 field coils.

A system only sounds as good as its source. With the  Mach III, NOS1a/G3, Lush^2 I have the most musical source I have ever heard. Peter, keep an eye out for a new order at the online shop for a Blaxius^2. Cool

Sorry for an OT post here a in couple of ways, BUT I was 16 years old when The Beatles White album, Hendrix's Electric Ladyland, and Moody Blues In Search of the Lost Chord all came out in 1968. The remastered 50th anniversary albums are fantastic to these old ears. They are just sublime in my system.

Speakers older than I am, playing 50 year old music sounding better than ever through a 21st century state of the art Phasure Digital music source. It doesn't get better than this....Until Peter says it does yahoo


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 on: November 17, 2018, 12:22:29 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by PeterSt
Richard,

Only yesterday I was thinking the same. But there is a general malaise going on in our audioland and this could be about being overwhelmed. Personally I can just sense that and it would be similar to me not being able to change drastically each other month. I mean, why did you not get yourself a pair of Blaxius^2 interlinks yet ?

Well ?

Hahaha

But it is a good example about myself. And this is thus what I was thinking of yesterday : I should possibily be raving about the Mach III once in a while and in this Mach III topic, but more honest would be to rave about the Blaxius^2 in *that* thread. But would it ? Maybe not because the base sound, I'm sure, comes from the Mach III. Still without the Blaxius^2 the sound would be nowhere near what I have today.
Or is it the Lush^2 ?
Well, surely Yes again because if I change its config to "a lesser one" all collapses again.

Some people are still getting used to their NOS1a/G3 upgrade. They just *can't* and get a new PC and get a new USB cable and get a new interlink, and when they're done they find out that possibly the internet cable should be changed into an ET^2.

Btw, yesterday we finished a first production HDMI^2 cable. No need to really tell about it because this environment (XXHighEnd in general) seems not to be in that direction. Or are we ?

Goof example for myself again : Did I finally make (have made) a Lush for my HT endeavours ? or a Clairixa for that matter ?
No. But I should have years ago. Good that I skipped because now it can be a Lush^2. Saves money ? yes, so to speak. But I'm just not up to all these changes.
So now I use the Blaxius^2 myself and the HT movies are suddenly outrageously good. Do I exaggerate ? no. But I had them made because they had to be tested because people asked for them (this is mostly outside of this forum). Same with the Lush^2. I was asked. Btw same with ET^2 and same with HDMI^2. Blahblahblah. But now I see what the Blaxius^2 does to the HT experience, shouldn't I fi-nal-ly make that Lush^2 for the HT connection ? (this is another PC somewhere down the basement). And what about the ET^2 then ? at least that could involve audio itself (goes to the same PC as mentioned Lush^2 should go to).

Another answer is : Lush^2's go out each day (since it exists). But the public response to them soon stopped. In here (Phasure) it never has been anything much to begin with, still 50 or so of the known people (to you and me) own one. Ha, this includes you.

Summarized, IMHO people can't keep on changing and they also can't keep on raving. I try, but it is quite difficult to not repeat yourself or another.
Meanwhile people like you may think that nobody agrees with you or that nobody buys anything. But the truth couldn't be farther.
Look at my post in the Lush^2 topic and how I asked to better stop writing myself. Two or so people said "no, please continue !" ... and next they don't say anything themselves.
Must we blame someone ? no. This is how it goes these days.

Everybody (or most) is silently happy.

Apologies for my bit of Saturday morning rant, but I suppose I agree with your gist, Richard.

Kind regards and thank you !
Peter

 8 
 on: November 17, 2018, 11:55:04 am 
Started by listening - Last post by PeterSt
Thank you Georg.
And really no problem to spend that time. I wish that would not have happened. Is it the Ryzen indeed you are using there ?

Regards,
Peter

 9 
 on: November 16, 2018, 10:22:25 pm 
Started by listening - Last post by listening
Hi Peter,

installed build 14393.0 with success. There is a correlation between the processor type, the version of Windows 10 and the XXHighend version. It is probably necessary to use an operating system version that has a version date similar to the microprocessor's market launch.
Thank's a lot for spending your time.

Georg

 10 
 on: November 16, 2018, 08:12:18 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by Rmalits
Hi there,

after a few more weeks of listening with my new Mach III, without visiting this forum, I was wondering today: Why there are no new messages under this topic?
But then I thought: yes... most likely all others are just enjoying the superb sound as I do and there is no need to go further towards the better because it is hard to imagine that there is any better (although we all know that there always is something to improve).
For more than a month now, like never before, I am just pleased with the SQ and there is no more intention to change anything.
Ok, once I tried different settings of the Lush^2 but came back to the original one. That‘s all I did.
 So, I don‘t want to repeat what I already stated above. I just want to confirm it, because after some time of listening, you really know...

Peter, one more time I want to say: thank you!

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