Le lundi 17 octobre 2011 à 09:39 +0200, brian a écrit : > Looks good. Any chance of underclocking, and getting it totally silent?
cpufreq minimum frequency is 1.6GHz for this Core i3 2100 (1.6-3.1 GHz). I don't think one can underclock more than that. Maybe the BIOS can lower voltage, thus heat generation, and lower fan speed a bit more. I was afraid I'd have to limit CPU speed to, say, 2.5GHz, and reproduce a real 2100T, but it never needs to go that far up, so it's good. The fansink is behind a variator (Zalman fanmate), set to the lowest speed. Too bad the motherboard cannot drive the fan with it's PWM system, because it's 4 pins only, and the fansink I selected have a 3 pins fan. Anyway, it's very silent. The case is a Silverstone GD06 with 3 slow-speed fans. They are sufficiently silent for me at stock speed. The overall machine is far from silent, but highly bearable (much less noise than the fridge). > BTW. I'm looking for the same sort of thing, no idea yet what software I > would use, but it would only be a remote VDR "client" for me. To get away > from modulating the signal onto the existing cable I want to add some > small clients if possible. The main VDR would stay in the cellar where > it is now. streamdev-server on the server, to streamdev-client + xineliboutput. or xineliboutput on the server, to vdr-sxfe/fbfe on the client. -- NH _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr