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    Onyx 10

    I download Onyx 10 in printroot but the program very slow,
    anybody help me ?

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    Depends on the type of hardware. On what kind of computer you have installed Onyx? What resolution do you use? How many printers you have connected? Use it for other?

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    Its very slow, since you disabled the "Sentinel Hasp License Manager" Service. Without running it in the backround it would be almost unusuable.
    With a Real dongle it wouldnt even start, without this service running in the backround.

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    its running super fast on my win7 64.. using 100% of all 4 cores for ripping

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    I install core i7 Ram 6GB but the program very slow . I download program ONYX in forum
    http://www.printroot.com/forum/f18/onyx-productionhouse-x10-5497/index2.html

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    More than one disk

    I suggest this configuration:
    3 Disk
    System (c),
    Data (d),
    Another Data (E)
    Install Onyx on DATA D and put the files that you want to rip in the DATA E.
    I remember that in the software preferences you have the possibility to manage the temporary file position, so you can put it in another disk.

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    Junior Member ngobaotam is on a distinguished road
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_mario View Post
    I suggest this configuration:
    3 Disk
    System (c),
    Data (d),
    Another Data (E)
    Install Onyx on DATA D and put the files that you want to rip in the DATA E.
    I remember that in the software preferences you have the possibility to manage the temporary file position, so you can put it in another disk.
    I'll try. Thanks

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    Hello. I've been working with Onyx rips for years. This is our particular configuration :

    -Intel i7 with 6Gb RAM
    -Disk C: SSD (Windows and Onyx) This improves your performance too much
    -Disk D: 2XSata3 HDDS in RAID0 (Rip Temporal Files). This is called 'Bandhome'
    -Disk E: 4XSata HDDS in RAID0 In the case you need to print to file like me. (Large format printers create very big files and the more transfer rate, the less time printing. In addition, the machines will be reading from this disk simultaneously (if you have several machines, or ripping while importing). The best is to go close to the max transfer rate of the controller (We have +-600MB/s.)
    -Gigabit ethernet

    Looking forward that this is useful for you.

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    I just made a purchase and tested with the following spec:
    i7 3.4 GHz
    1 SSD for OS + Onyx
    1 SSD for BANDHOME
    2 SSDs RAID0 for all output devices (transfer rate ~700-800 MB/s)
    RIP time for 1.3 GB ps file is ~ 3-4 minutes

    compare to old intel dual core with single HDD for all
    (very old pc, can't remember HDD rpm) ~ 13 minutes

    but when compare to another one. Intel CORE2 DUO 2.8GHz with single HDD
    RIP time ~ 6-7 minutes

    No other jobs (i.e., printing) at that time.

    PS: At this moment, the price gap between 60GB SSD and 500GB HDD is small
    and we backup files to another PC anyway, so I decide to go with this SSD setup.

    Do you think it worth?

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    Junior Member ngobaotam is on a distinguished road
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    I install Onyx with key OEM then it's good but I install Onyx crack then it's very slow. I think the crack is a problem

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    For the crack version, keep the Hasp service running as Lemond mentioned helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happi02 View Post
    I just made a purchase and tested with the following spec:
    i7 3.4 GHz
    1 SSD for OS + Onyx
    1 SSD for BANDHOME
    2 SSDs RAID0 for all output devices (transfer rate ~700-800 MB/s)
    RIP time for 1.3 GB ps file is ~ 3-4 minutes

    compare to old intel dual core with single HDD for all
    (very old pc, can't remember HDD rpm) ~ 13 minutes

    but when compare to another one. Intel CORE2 DUO 2.8GHz with single HDD
    RIP time ~ 6-7 minutes

    No other jobs (i.e., printing) at that time.

    PS: At this moment, the price gap between 60GB SSD and 500GB HDD is small
    and we backup files to another PC anyway, so I decide to go with this SSD setup.

    Do you think it worth?
    Of course. It is optimal indeed.
    I is advisable not to exceed the maximun transfer rate of the controller. I would check that. Otherwise, this is the way to get the best performance of the rip. Congrats.

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