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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-18-2019, 10:31 PM
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TDP is meaningless without knowing the allowed difference in temperature between CPU and intake air.

But it is usually given at maximum fan speed.
Are you going to soundproof the light? Because the fan spins at 7000RPM and makes 50dBA...



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What I am wondering about is if running 100W of power through a chip actually results in 100W of heat, or if some of that heat is 'lost' in the actual computations somehow.

Either way, I am expecting to have to run the fan somewhere around 40% based on their dBA spec. No soundproofing is planned.

The other limiting factor is heat dissipation. And based on those two I will chose the max power setting.

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Ill leave this here.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-w...l#post25608650

Iv been running the LED at 225W for few years now.


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Yea, that waa my first thought as well. But I am trying to keep the studio form factor, so that film set electrics don't need to mess with anything, they won't even know the difference aside from the color, the ballast/psu and the ceazy output and color of the light.

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