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rhythmsandy 21st September 2012 01:47 AM

After seeing this my wife started why cant we use this in kitchen...
when I said about class A and its heat generation she suggested that we can use this instead of gas... good saving....

Fusion916 21st September 2012 02:06 AM

How many watts? Bias current?

rhythmsandy 21st September 2012 02:36 AM

250w i found this on net no idea on bias current

AudioSan 21st September 2012 11:47 AM

this looks like a pass aleph3. and it is 250W consumption. 30W class A at 8ohm.
so bias around 1.4A

tsiros 21st September 2012 12:30 PM

back in the athlon xp-m era i could prepare turkish/greek coffee (edit: right on the cpu die, with a specially prepared ibrik). Tmax of 100C guaranteed that you probably wouldn't fry the cpu (since as water is at a very slow boil, it remains below 100C) and a 45W TDP (slightly higher when overclocked and overvolted) guarantee a smooth and optimally slow brewing for a perfect cup of coffee.

I miss that computer :(

AudioSan 21st September 2012 02:24 PM

:D as a computer or coffee maker?:D

Coconuts 500 21st September 2012 06:23 PM

Try an Athlon XP today. It's torture! :)

tsiros 22nd September 2012 12:23 AM

AudioSan: mostly as a computer... i don't like that kind of coffee much :D

coconuts 500: hey now :( mobile barton OCed to 3GHz, 3 gigs of 266MHz ddr a raptor and a DAAMiT 4670 wouldn't be all that bad :D

Coconuts 500 22nd September 2012 10:49 AM

I'm not sure if I agree with that, hehe. I recently had to use a P4 3.0GHz HT computer with 2 GB dual channel DDR-400 and a Geforce 6600GT... it was a nightmare! Absolutely ridiculous how slow that was. :) Much more so than I had expected.

tsiros 22nd September 2012 03:46 PM

The software setup plays a much bigger role than the hardware itself. Also, the xp-m@3 is significantly faster than the P4@3

edit: also, P4s if left unattended (as they usually are...) tend to overheat and go into clock decimation. Did you take a peek under the hood?

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