SDL Digest, Vol 23, Issue 7

Low load is about two thirds the draw of full load, but that’s more than enough to matter. I’ll probably combine it with other techniques. Some motherboards can vary clock rate and CPU supply voltage by software (ASUS has Ai Booster which can vary it continuously from within Windows). In some cases I could precalculate a significant number of frames ahead (when people are not touching the touchscreens) and put delays in all but the render thread. In this I’m already even assuming that the circuit is independent so it can be hooked up to 208 V at the breaker instead of 115 V, which luckily appears to be the case in most locations.> Message: 8

Date: Fri, 7 Nov 2008 09:39:14 +0100
From: Alberto Luaces
Subject: Re: [SDL] SDL Digest, Vol 23, Issue 5
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El Jueves 06 Noviembre 2008ES 23:37:25 Borislav Trifonov escribi?:

I have multiple large screens and computers in a unit that has
only a
single 15 amp line.

Out of curiosity, have you measured how many amperes do you save
by not having
the CPU/s load at 100%?