[mythtv-users] 20-Watt Via EPIA ME6000 Frontend
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Tue Mar 13 23:35:18 UTC 2007
Peter A. Daly wrote:
> I've been measuring stuff like crazy with the Kill-a-Watt I recently
> got for my birthday. Great geek toy.
> My ME6000 based (MiniMyth) frontend uses:
> 16 watts - Idle
> 20-21 watts - playing video.
> I'm quite pleased. It'll save about $50/year in power compared to my
> previous frontend.
> Check out
> for more info and give it a digg if you like it.
Does it's MPEG playback assistance help with H.264?
Is it capable of 1080p at 60 H.264 output over DVI?
Once they've got all that in one package (and I find a DVB-C card + CAM
that works) I'll be getting a couple.
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