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Old 17th September 2021, 07:06 AM   #21
phofman is offline phofman  Czech Republic
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rensli: And a specific CPU model will generate better sounding currents? For me the best sounding CPU is the one which does not need any fan.
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Old 17th September 2021, 07:15 AM   #22
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I did not yet say anything about CPU, but powerhungry CPU will draw more currents from 12V rails, those PSU unit will be hotter in average, temperature in a case also affected.

Its a matter of trying, few cheap psus with different AC line filterings(sometimes less is more)

Mediocre CPU and MB with better PCIe contacts. Dont need to think over the top.

Energy efficiency is the way to go imo :P
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Old 17th September 2021, 07:33 AM   #23
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I think I have an 6700k and asus maximus gene VIII microatx . Nice board.
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Old 17th September 2021, 09:12 AM   #24
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Rensli:
Power is generated by a rotating magnetic or electromagnetic field.
To have magnetic wires...you need to revise your basics.

He wants to reuse a 10 Euro CPU...that is the issue.
Read my earlier posts.
Better to buy the newest bundle, within budget.
VIA and Gigabyte also make fan less motherboards with embedded CPU.
Worth looking at.
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Old 17th September 2021, 09:33 AM   #25
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Intel 110 to 270 are the matching chip sets.It is a Quad Core 2.7 GHz CPU.

Find whatever suits you best and matches your memory (if alive) and power socket.
HDMI would be nice.
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Old 18th September 2021, 06:53 AM   #26
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Power is generated by a rotating magnetic or electromagnetic field.
To have magnetic wires...you need to revise your basics.


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Old 18th September 2021, 09:22 AM   #27
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Moving magnet and wire relative to each other generates current.
How relevant is that to this post?


That series of motherboards not listed in Delhi market...
Buy a good one if you can.
Or go for a later version, the boards are cheap, the CPU is not.
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Old 18th September 2021, 09:57 PM   #28
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In 2006 I installed a new version of Windows.
To my absolute horror it formatted not only c:: drive but backup drive too.
I did have some items on DVD but certainly not everything.
So i feel your pain.
I always disconnect backup drive now when installing Windows.

I have found Asus to be a good motherboard having used a few now.
The 1151 is the same as my coffeelake system.
My motherboard z390-p works with up to 9900 processor.
I find a 8700k to work very well for all my needs even compiling large programs under Visual Studio.
I even use onboard graphics which while not as fast as a graphics card does save 100 watts which mounts up when I am on the PC all day.
And I still use CAD software with it.
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Old 19th September 2021, 01:02 AM   #29
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6th gen is old, here 11th is being advertised.
LGA 1151 is i3

Gigabyte and MSI are considered top quality, then Intel Original.
Asus and Asrock are barely adequate.
Biostar is cheap, do not buy.
Change to an over rated power supply, 20% extra.
I varnish the track sides as protection from dust and damp in all my SMPS.
Find a lenovo i3 or i5, even i7 for sale. Superb build quality, upgrade the RAM and HDD, good to go, expect to pay less than 100.


And you should be looking at computer sites, not here.
Asus is the best motherboard brand you could buy. And the more expensive. OEM motherboards for lenovo, dell or hp are NOT what you should buy.
I have Asus Maximus Gene VIII and I7 6700k , I don't use them anymore , I used them for maybe 2 years and I upgraded to i7 10700 . I will list them on ebay .
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Old 19th September 2021, 02:35 AM   #30
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Asus uses Chinese capacitors and Mosfets here, they have a budget brand called Asrock also.
Gigabyte and MSI use Japanese capacitors and top brand Mosfets.
Better quality connectors and sockets also.
Those do make a very big difference.
Quite possible that being in Europe you may be getting better material from the same maker, with even the same model number.
Hence my advice, based on my experience here.
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