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Originally Posted by Kramy View Post
Unfortunately, those don't run fast enough for me to consider them competition to VIA. 1.3 watts max is great, but when you're only running 400mhz, that's easily doable. VIA is managing ~1ghz with 1 watt, 1.5ghz with ~3 watts, 1.5ghz with ~7 watts. That is an incredibly small amount of leakage!

For the record, anything under ~5 watts can easily run on Tiny-Aluminum-HS passive cooling, in a box with no airflow. Anything above(7-30 watts?) needs slight airflow.


I was just checking VIA's site, and stumbled across this:
http://www.via.com.tw/en/initiatives...head/pico-itx/

Tiny!
couple that with This kramy
http://www.bit-tech.net/news/2006/01/07/pico_psu/

And you've got all the pico-ness lol
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