Well I'm still testing a bit, but as far as I can tell C1 on windows gets more and more unstable, the better the computer gets. It runs fine on old computers.
Yes I'm not surprised. Though your definition of "old" computers would probably make most forum users giggle a bit.
Any bleeding edge setup is prone to find problems here and there. Having 48gb of ram on a dual Server-class 12-core tower is pretty bleeding edge. Add to it the complications of the Windows world where there are literally millions of combinations of equipment/OS-versions.
Don't get me wrong; it doesn't excuse
the fact that C1 is not stable on your system, but it may well explain
Especially given that we have many high-end (but not bleeding-edge) Windows users that are finding stability to be excellent (see other replies to this thread, several of whom are our direct customers).
Hopefully stability will be improved for exotic setups like yours. If you haven't yet done so I would recommend submitting a support case at phaseone.com and following their steps to submit a system-report so they have your hardware/OS configuration that is problematic. I doubt they have a large number of data points for machines with 48gb of ram.
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