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Cpuscaling does not have an effect for professional audio production, because the cpufreq is increase so much faster than any sudden performance needs can arise. The only negative impact would be dropouts, and you will hear them and read them in audioserver logfiles. But the do not occure from temporary lower cpufreq but from bad configured system, using the ...


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Scaling the frequency for example down to half means the data rate is halved for the audio. However, audio data has very low bandwidth requirements in modern computers so the real-world effect of this will be minimal. It would only be under very high load (or if you use a high number of channels) this may have an actual effect. If you use your system mainly ...


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The easiest way would probably be to check the speed at which the CPU is running. Just about any performance monitor should be able to tell you this. If the CPU isn't being scaled up when running a CPU intensive program, then it would be having an impact, but generally such system automatically increase CPU speed as soon as the system is using more than a ...


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