I'm not embarrassed by anything (at least I can spell embarrassment....haven't you learned how to use spell check yet?) Just because something is useless to you doesn't mean it's.....
But try to focus on the salient point. Every plugin I have thrown at this system has loaded and run just fine except MassiveX.
Why is that ? MassiveX is just a simple Wavetable synth yet Dune 3 and Hive 2 and Go 2 and Blue II and Predator 2 and VPS Avenger and Hybrid 3 and Synthmaster and Ana 2 and on and on and on have loaded and run just fine.
Does MassiveX need the GPU specs that other plugins don't to make it sound any better ? Or is NI just pushing the requirements for no benefit at all ?
I test demos on this system and if I like the products and decide to buy then I move them to the studio system. It has worked well doing it that way for quite some time. If a developer needs more resources to do the same thing other plugins do already....such is life.
Like I said I have no problem with a developer pushing the envelope of requirements as long as there is an equal push of sound or capabilities otherwise it's pointless.
There isn't a plugin on the planet that my studio system won't run and in multiple instances. I simply don't run demos on it....no need to.
I even said how much of a fan of Native Instruments I am but no that's not good enough you've got to make some smart ass/dumb ass comment. GFY.......