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Originally posted by paranormal78
reply to post by autowrench
I was thinking about getting an ASUS board for my new rig with an lintel core i7 processor and my goal is to get the thing running at 4.0 Ghz. Maybe even higher. And my backup cooling supply might and I stress might be liquid nitrogen! Do you know how to assemble a home built C.P.U. liquid cooling system?
AMD’s power consumption figures were also better, staying under 48W, while Intel jumped back and forth between 45W and 55W. In a spreadsheet test, and the game running in the background, both processor were equally matched, but when the testers piled on some video and post processing, Llano pulled ahead. In addition, power consumption was still under 48W for the AMD, while Sandy went over 70W. AMD then launched a 3D modeling application, only to see Sandy Bridge struggle to cope, while Llano managed to deal with all four workloads.