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March 01, 2012, 03:55:28 AM
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I'm using my AspireRevo with 11 FPGAs at the moment.  I retired it as my HTPC when I upgrade to a giant 4U norco box that managed to fit perfectly into my coffee table Smiley.

I think my Kill-A-Watt was only reading 15-20watts on the PC last time I checked.  Really is nice to see 2.2 GH/s running on less 120 watts Smiley.

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March 01, 2012, 05:56:37 AM
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Really is nice to see 2.2 GH/s running on less 120 watts Smiley.

That is awesome. Much better than the usual 120W yielding 220 MH/s from a severely overclocked single 5770...lol

Which FPGAs are you running ?

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March 01, 2012, 08:54:05 PM
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Really is nice to see 2.2 GH/s running on less 120 watts Smiley.

That is awesome. Much better than the usual 120W yielding 220 MH/s from a severely overclocked single 5770...lol

Which FPGAs are you running ?

Running a batch of 11 ztex FPGAs.

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