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This is only going to be useful to servers. Neat though.
Supercomputers, clusters, high-end workstations...
 
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post #32 of 51
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Originally Posted by 8ight View Post
Supercomputers, clusters, high-end workstations...
Yes, those will require server motherboards to use registered ram.
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I don't know why the hell i was thinking of rimms.
that would have been funny
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8-slot LGA2011 with these sticks for 256GB RAM...
RAMDisk anyone?
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post #35 of 51
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My entire point was that 4.5 watt hours makes zero sense in the article's context, not that there isn't a time when the unit is used.
How does the fact that it uses four and a half watts per hour not relevant to the article?
    
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My electrical company charges ~15 cents per kWH of power that I use, they do not care how fast I use it (which is what watts measure).
OT, but that's pretty high. Around here it's only ~8 cents.
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How does the fact that it uses four and a half watts per hour not relevant to the article?
It doesn't work like that. Read the rest of the thread for the explanation. It was given twice already by two different people. It makes zero sense the way they put it, which was probably either a typo or written by someone who didn't know how electricity is rated/measured.
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Why not? It's an electrical component. It uses up to 4.5WH. Makes perfect sense imo.
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And what happens after it's used 4.5WH? Does it stop working?
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W = rate of energy use
WH = rate x time = amount of energy.
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How does the fact that it uses four and a half watts per hour not relevant to the article?
It doesn't use 4.5 watts per hour.

"Watts per hour" is "joules per second per hour". It's nothing . It's meaningless. It's nonsense. It cannot be done. It does not compute.

It's not a fact. It's impossible, by the very definition of the term. Watts per hour was an obvious typo.

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It doesn't work like that. Read the rest of the thread for the explanation. It was given twice already by two different people. It makes zero sense the way they put it, which was probably either a typo or written by someone who didn't know how electricity is rated/measured.
Apparently it needs to be explained three times per page.
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