Unable to use many presets due Maxed out CPU
I have owned Guitar Rig 6 Pro since it was first released but have just just begun to get it up and running in my DAW (CakeWalk by Bandlab v 2022.06 Build, 028, 64 Bit). The good news is that I have had some success so far. Both the stand-alone version and the plug-in run and are useable when using the less complex presets. However, many ( I haven't test them all ) of the presets practically peg the CPU and are really unuseble for me at this point. Here are a few of the presets that I have personally had trouble with both in stand-a-lone and in my DAW.
F Aus, F Aus 2, Harmonic Rockbox, JC Sparkly Stereo Leslie Delays, JS Split Personadelay, etc.
My Computer is Running Windows 10 Pro Version 21H2 installed on6/25/2020.
CPU is AMD A10-7850K Radeon R7, 12 Compute Cores 4C+8G 4.3 GHz. I am not using the 8 graphic cores.
My graphics card is an AMD Radeon R7 200 Series Radeon Software v 21.5.2. I don't do gaming on the PC. Never had any issues with the graphics card to-date.
Installed RAM 32 GB. Rated at 1866 MHz.
My Audio Interface is a TASCAM 102i.
For the less complex presets Guitar Rig 6 Pro sounds great; however, I want to better understand the performance issues and what it would take to overcome them before I decide to make it my go to guitar plug-in.
I want to emphasize that that I am having the same kind of issues in the stand-alone version and NOT just in Cakewalk. Has anybody managed to understand the nature of this issue and figured out a work-around. I'd sure appreciate your input.
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