Re: Low power Sandy Bridge Mini-ITX build
Posted: Mon May 09, 2011 5:23 am
I have to admit I have never tried it so you might want to experiement with it first. But others have done this:Ashex wrote:Interesting, I wasn't aware I could do that in Win7. As soon as I get the pre-order refunded I'll get the 2400.ces wrote:Just get a cheap 2400, then use windows power management to turn it down to 80% or even 40%.
Mats wrote:But you can always use the power options in Windows, set the maximum CPU speed to 80 % or whatever you feel like and you're done.