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Old 9th December 2012, 05:21 PM   #51
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its insane. from a foot away, my average hearing can hear the damned thing computing.
I hoped the computing noise had gone with the ole cash register :-)...have to look elsewhere!
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Old 9th December 2012, 05:23 PM   #52
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it may be hard, though; intel used to do a good job on their motherboards. if they have gone to hell, I bet everyone else has, now, too. its not a good state of things when every penny is shaved and things are designed to last only a year or two.
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(thinks to myself) I wonder, if I bought a 2nd motherboard, ran the same program and o/s and faced it against the 1st motherboard in some custom box but 180 degrees shifted, maybe I could get the noises to cancel out?

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Old 9th December 2012, 06:51 PM   #54
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(thinks to myself) I wonder, if I bought a 2nd motherboard, ran the same program and o/s and faced it against the 1st motherboard in some custom box but 180 degrees shifted... lol!
U used to build loudspeakers in the past, right ;.-)? I wonder if AMD Brazos-T platform will become available for DIY folks...
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Just got mine but still waiting for a QFN48 adapter to arrive
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did you get one of the schmart board adapters? those are actually pretty good.
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Nope, I got one of these: 2 Pcs Universal QFN/QFP/TQFP/LQFP 16-80 44 64 to DIP gold adapter PCB convertor | eBay
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Old 14th December 2012, 07:09 PM   #58
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The IC was expensive though:
12 for the IC + 12 shipping + VAT = 30!
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Old 14th December 2012, 07:14 PM   #59
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the chip was about $30 a year ago, but now its a bit lower.

fwiw, the schmartboard is very high quality. I can't always say the same about unbranded china stuff.

but its just an adapter, not too much to go wrong. when I get things like this, I check for continuity on all lines before I solder down. just to be sure.
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linuxworks, would you mind sharing some of your code? Like the IC initialisation part and some code to set a specific volume level?

I have my IC mounted on an adapter, a I2C level converter and PSU ready to go
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