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Topic Title: Going 100% voice
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Created On: 12/28/2020 03:33 PM
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 Going 100% voice   - cripp7 - 12/28/2020 03:33 PM  
 Going 100% voice   - Lunis Orcutt - 12/28/2020 06:33 PM  
 Going 100% voice   - Ag - 12/28/2020 06:37 PM  
 Going 100% voice   - Lunis Orcutt - 12/28/2020 09:29 PM  
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cripp7
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Current Hardware 


Intel NUC Kit NUC5i7RYH


shorturl.at/gkrCU


This is basically a laptop crammed into a little case, which runs on Intel 

core I7-5557u processor which is a dual core and not a quad. Would running a 4 core CPU work a better with all voice software? I'm debating on whether to build a new PC or get another laptop. Which would be better?


16GB DDR3 PC3-12800

32GB m.2 backup drive

256GB SSD boot/storage


Buddy 3G DesktopMini Microphone


Software:


DPI 15.3 (will upgrade to 15.61 upon new build)

Knowbrainer 2017 updated

Speechstart++

SB 6 Pro

DragonCapture

Voice Computer (which I don't run at the moment)

IRCommand2 universal remote control shorturl.at/nqHN4

Skype

Microsoft Edge

Chromecast


That's pretty much what I run at the moment, which I don't think the dual core can handle it that's where I quad core comes in. Do I need more memory? It's been buffering a whole lot sometimes it will take up to 30-45 seconds when trying to wake it up from sleep mode by using the "wake up" command and I'm getting real tired of it doing that. Every time Windows makes an update it masses up something else.



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Lunis Orcutt
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The I7-5557u processor is very acceptable and a lot more economical than building a new machine. In comparison, our Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-10980XE CPU @ 3.00GHz, 18 Cores w/64 Gb of RAM probably can't drop our dictation any faster than your computer. And yes, 18 cores is not a typo



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Originally posted by: Lunis Orcutt 18 cores is not a typo

 

But does the 18 cores get you anything, speech wise?



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You would think the words would appear on the paper before we even think of them but alas, dictation speed doesn't seem to be any faster than our Commodore 64, we mean a typical i5 dual core so don't waste your money.



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