Post by obscureparadox on Nov 2, 2018 8:46:57 GMT -5
yeah but on a 12v rail @ 136w that's barely over 1 amp which isn't close to the rated amps, only way I see it being a problem is if it's run at a much lower voltage and then it draws a shit load of amps through the cable.
Post by Macsbeach98 on Nov 2, 2018 16:02:39 GMT -5
That is the place they would be good NB chipsets and memory. Actually I remember something about MllrKllr using them to cool memory he had a supply made out of a couple of ATX supplies modded for 15v. They work ok on K6 too.
Post by ShrimpBrime on Nov 2, 2018 17:56:14 GMT -5
The 135W TEC will easily cool the new Ryzen Athlon chips also.
I once did experiments with Low watt semprons and athlons once using only a fan on the IHS plate some years back. Did have to underclock a bit and run a volt or less in most cases getting near 2ghz however to me seemed impressive.
zila1: If you liked that mouse that much another type or brand may not suit you. If you can find another one, I would get it. Maybe two more if you can swing it and put one away.
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ShrimpBrime: Any suggestions, or should I just get another of the same mouse? I did get a lot of years from it....
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ShrimpBrime: I dislike my new mouse. Need suggestions. Was spoiled for a long time with a Razor mamba tournament edition. The mouse wheel has 4 buttons on it's own, I liked the side to side page scroll feature it had. The lazer wigz out occasionally.
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antinomy: So if you lack of sex, VIA's here to help you
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antinomy: Nano has twice performance for same clocks against the older C7. But compatibility is a bitch. Bench(f**n)mate won't run on it, W10 didn't run too (maybe there is some build that will), some benchmarks are finicky about VIAs.
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antinomy: The architecture has changed a few times. C3 is like the stone age. Superseeded by C7. Don't remember about IPC but the bus changed from P6 arch (Pentium 2/3) to quad-pumped (Pentium 4/Core2). Then it has been replaced by Isaiah architecture (VIA Nano).
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austin86: yeah the c3 was a slow chip, some of the zhaoxin CPUs use VIA architecture too.
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Macsbeach98: And dont go much better either
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Mr.Scott: I have a few VIA's. Not much different than PIII's.
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ShrimpBrime: No, haven't gotten into VIA processors actually. Figure try and recoup the spending on the board even though I really like it.
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austin86: Have you ever played with VIA CPUs? they have some very low TDP. many are sub 20w
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austin86: Cool idea. the b660 is a good chipset albeit a little simple. I do have a Asus csm board so my experience could be gimped.
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ShrimpBrime: Try to build a sub 100w system. Then maybe sell it. Just a thought at this point. Bit have a B660-I it would work perfect with.
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austin86: I almost got one of the faster Pentium's, what will you be using it for?
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ShrimpBrime: I was thinking of building with a celeron or Pentium gold. Like 59 bucks for a dual core lga 1700
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austin86: I got my 12100f on ebay for about 96 dolors before tax/shipping. its a lot of CPU for the price
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ShrimpBrime: Celeron and Petium gold are both under 100 bucks. 12th gen.
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george: my workshop 5600G been really rock solid, not one hick-up so far, pulls good. wife's old i3 still pulls good also, though I do not have experience of the newer i3's though.
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