Linked by Howard Fosdick on Tue 2nd Aug 2011 22:18 UTC
Editorial Your computer is an important energy consumer in your home. Can you save energy when using it? This article offers a few tips.
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RE[5]: Nitpick
by transputer_guy on Wed 3rd Aug 2011 18:26 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Nitpick"
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Back in the very earliest days of electricity production, I'm sure there must have been heated debates over AC vs DC and 110-220-240 Volts and so on. The players would have included Edison, Tesla and other notable figures.

"Ontopic: I always thought it stupid that I had to cool down my pc with a cooler while at the same time heating my room. Maybe there is a way to connect a cpu with a radiator."

I had been thinking the same thing too, at least when I was using a D805 + 2 large CRTs that typically used 400W continuous. How to get the heat away from me and towards a more useful purpose. Anyways its all moot now.

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