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 on: April 08, 2020, 12:27:26 am 
Started by Nick - Last post by phantomax
Hello Peter,

As others have said, the new version represents a great improvement. You can notice right away and especially in passages of great sound density that now sound effortless  with greater clarity and less distortion. And although I've been enjoying a lot all this time the wait was well worth it.

Thank you and Best Regards


 on: April 08, 2020, 12:09:47 am 
Started by christoffe - Last post by phantomax
Hello David,

I am using an  ASRock Z97M Pro4 without separate graphics card and I have no problem loading a RAM OS with 16 Gb RAM. Well, mine it isn't  the canonic Peter's RAM OS, but I think you will not have any problem.


 on: April 07, 2020, 03:45:30 pm 
Started by christoffe - Last post by dsm
I am finally considering adding the RAM-OS but I just noticed this post.

I use an onboard GPU (ASRock Z97M Pro4) and was wondering if it is still the case that the RAM-OS will not load unless there is a separate PCIe graphics card. 

Has anyone been able to get things up and running with in onboard GPU or do I need to get a graphics card?



 on: April 07, 2020, 08:23:47 am 
Started by Nick - Last post by arvind
Hi Peter,

Thank you so much for all your effort in making our music interest more & more enjoyable.

2.11 is indeed amazing especially reducing the distortion levels significantly.

Thank you again.

Best regards,


 on: April 06, 2020, 08:32:09 pm 
Started by Nick - Last post by manisandher
I'm obviously late to this party. I'll download 2.11 tomorrow and share my thoughts then...

Peter, thanks so much for all your efforts over the years. I know that many of us wouldn't be having anywhere near as much fun listening to music if we'd never stumbled upon you and XXHE. And your following hardware offerings were the icing on the cake.

For my own part, I've never enjoyed my playback system as much as I do now. But somehow, I feel as though I know even less about what actually determines good sound than I did 12 years ago  scratching


 on: April 06, 2020, 02:00:06 pm 
Started by arvind - Last post by PeterSt

Ha, OK !

 on: April 06, 2020, 12:43:38 pm 
Started by arvind - Last post by arvind
Hi Peter,

Step no 4 “Apply” needs to be clicked.
Yes now it stays on the number of cores selected.

Thank you so much.

Best regards,


 on: April 06, 2020, 11:23:02 am 
Started by arvind - Last post by PeterSt
Yes, it works with avoiding the BASE OS.

1. Put in the RAM-OS disk;
2. Go to Boot Menu and change number of cores;
3. Answer "Yes, apply at next reboot" (similar);
4. Press Apply in the down-right corner (not sure whether this is necessary but I did that);
5. Reboot (by means of the same Boot screen).

What you enter there is the number of cores. I had 20 in there, now it's 24 (for a change, maybe I will hear a difference for my 28 core processor (like yours)).

Indeed in the boot screen you'll find back the by you set number.


 on: April 06, 2020, 11:09:35 am 
Started by arvind - Last post by PeterSt

Hi Arvind,

I now wonder ... *can* it actually work with avoiding a boot into the BASE OS ? ... so I am going to try myself (I have this working for more than a year by now, so I forgot ...  unhappy).

Best regards,

 on: April 06, 2020, 11:04:36 am 
Started by Nick - Last post by PeterSt

Hi Robert,

My 0.69 did not last long (referring to another topic), so back to 10.19 it is.

As far as I remember, 3 cores are only available for older AMD processors, and it is my estimate that you don't have that. So it has to round down to two (which exists for both AMD and Intel).

I've also tried setting cores using 2.11 honestly can't tell if its any different to Nick's manual method probably the same or very close.

Assumed it really is so that Nick's method comes (in effect) down to the same, is thus is the same (haha), but, you can easily change it now.
Btw, I never tried Nick's method, so I don't know for real.

Best regards,

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