Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
Asus laptop, Windows 10.
i5 processor, 10GB RAM, 500GB SSD, built-in Intel HD Graphics4000.
All music stored on local SSD. Connected via WiFi, 5G network.
All music files in Coor are analyzed.
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Internet 100/10 Fiber net, Router ASUS RT-AC66
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
Bluesound Node 2i
Wifi, 5G - “Good signal”
Description Of Issue
I use an Asus laptop as Roon Core. This mashine has worked perfectly fine as Roon Core for about a year.
I am slowly going forward in my build of a Roon collection but after about 850 albums something happend.
Suddenly the graphics are sluggish, makes it almost impossible to use Roon Core direcly from this mashine.
When I connect to Roon Core and controll Roon via Android or another Windows 10 PC everything runs smoothly exacly like it should.
There is no issue with sound.
It takes time to refresh album arts on the screen and when scrolling to next section of albums the screen freezes waiting for album arts to be updated.
Even when I go into settings meny it takes forever (at least about 15 sec) for the menus to react after a click.
Right now I am little bit over 1000 ablums (about 20% is added from Tidal) and I know this will not be considered as a large collection and I do not see any reason why my mashine suddenly acts sluggish.
If this behaviour has been from the start I would just considered my harware to be to poor to use as a Roon core, but it worked really good, with speed and performance just before I reached 850 albums.
All other applications on the computor works as it should (I.e. Chrome)
Why is Coor suddenly slow? Is this behaviour a result of to many albums for the hardware? Is there a setting or a way to optimze something to make the performance better?