Originally Posted by gerikoh
atom's the most green but you can't even consider that a pc that can do the latest tasks.
athlon x2 4850e, 790gx matx mobo, western digital green, and that short kingston value ram.
Originally Posted by Jakethesnake011
I was thinking instead of hardware components, for the engineering club I belong to building a computer powered from a solar cell. Making it with a small PSU demand and wiring that right into the solar cell, but incorporating some battery to hold a charge for some time when dark. I do not know if it is anything people here are interested in.
Originally Posted by DuckieHo
Building a "Green" is hard without explicit requirements.....
Do you buy slower energy saving components that take longer to complete a goal?
Do you buy large PCB/die components that took a lot of resources to build?
Do you spend twice as much on energy efficient components where you will never recoup the cost?
A solar powered calculator is a pretty green computer.