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February 04, 2012, 06:26:54 PM
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Well, 7.5A/core was ok for a 192-205MHz 122-round 2-stage-per-round pipeline design. Just my later designs needed more power.

So, are you alluding to SUCCESSFUL designs that went beyond 205 MHz and thus used more power, or to UNsuccessful designs that somehow wound up using more power?

If the former, that would be big news on this forum, considering the fact that right now I'm mining at a mere 208 MHz on a ZTEX board (with a shitty $2.79 fan cooler from China, though, not ZTEX's luxury cooler).

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February 05, 2012, 12:34:40 AM
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So, are you alluding to SUCCESSFUL designs that went beyond 205 MHz and thus used more power, or to UNsuccessful designs that somehow wound up using more power?

If the former, that would be big news on this forum, considering the fact that right now I'm mining at a mere 208 MHz on a ZTEX board (with a shitty $2.79 fan cooler from China, though, not ZTEX's luxury cooler).

 Cheesy my first fan from this luxury cooler just died (started to make inacceptable noise). Not to much of a tragedy but earlier as i expected. Ordered some kaze minis from Scythe. They say 30000 hours average lifetime... let's see

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