Digital Audio Wave has introduced a new line quiet, high performance PC-based DAW systems for music, featuring the Balanced Technology Extended (BTX) architecture. The computer includes Intel Pentium 4 600 sequence processors that are ready to support 64-bit software using Intel Extended Memory 64 technology. The new Intel Pentium 4 600 sequence processors have twice the cache (2 MB L2 Cache) for improved performance, enhanced power management, and improved virus protection.
The DAWin BWX PCs build on BTX design to incorporate large, quiet, slow-speed fans. The PCs circulate up to two times more air than off-the-shelf computers, so internal components are cooled more efficiently. DAW's innovative BWX desktop case is ready for expansion with seven bays and four PCI slots (one PCI Express x16, two PCI, and one PCI Express x1 slot).
These new PCs can be customized with the latest high-end features for optimum performance and functionality. Customers can choose several options of SATA hard drives, up to 4 GB of DDR2 memory, and up to 1.2 TB of storage. The systems also feature Gigabit (10/100/1000) Ethernet, to ensure fast data transfer over network connections.
Digital audio is also enhanced through 24-bit, 192 kHz Intel HD Audio for high-fidelity, supporting eight channels. Customers can select from multiple optical drives, including a double-layer DVD+/-RW multi-format drive that can burn up to 8.5 GB of data on double-layer DVD media, as well as a 7-in-1 memory card reader. The PC DAW BWX is offered in several recommended configurations that can be customized with a wide selection of options, starting from $999.
For more information, visit Digital Audio Wave online.