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Best Workstation CPU For Audio Production in Reason 11

In this post, Aidan reviews several CPU options ranging from very inexpensive to top of the line to determine which performs best with common Audio Production tasks within Reason 11. The results may surprise you!

Trading Computer Buyers Guide 2020 Update

Summer 2020 update on how to configure the fastest and most reliable trading computer possible, while taking into account the performance improvements made on modern trading platforms in the last few years…

Trading Computer Buyers Guide 2018 Update

It’s been about 5 years since our first Day Trading Computer buyers guide was posted and it’s about time to send out a few updates on that post to reflect some of the changes we’ve seen in how trading software makes use of our trading computer hardware. If you haven’t read the full 5 part Day Trading Computer Buyers Guide yet, you can find the full guide on my blog.

Intel Core i9 7900x vs AMD Threadripper 1950x

Disclosure: Orbital Computers LLC does not have any partnership or agreement with any component manufacturer, including AMD or Intel. All opinions are our own and are rooted in providing our customers with the most reliable, highest performance workstations at the lowest prices.

How to Specify an AutoCAD Workstation

When it comes to optimizing AutoCAD performance, the most important specification to consider is CPU single-threaded performance. In general, the majority of tasks in AutoCAD are considered single-threaded…

How to Configure a Killer SolidWorks Workstation

Central Processing Unit (CPU) performance is critical to speeding up your SolidWorks workstation. SolidWorks workloads can be separated into two general categories: Single-threaded and Multi-threaded.

Trading Computer Build Guide: Part 4: Central Processing Unit

Welcome to the Orbital Computers blog! In this series of articles, we are going to outline some of the most important topics to consider when purchasing a stock trading computer. We’re going to cover hardware reliability, performance, and suitability for day trading. I’ve tried to condense the info as much as possible, but when we’re dealing with a topic so complex it really requires a more thorough explanation. If you have any questions about any of the topics covered in this series or if you’d like Orbital Computers to build a stock trading computer for you, please feel free to contact us.