[mythtv-users] building new myth machine for HD future - has this spec enough power?

Petr Stehlik pstehlik at sophics.cz
Thu Nov 29 19:58:12 UTC 2007

John Drescher píše v Čt 29. 11. 2007 v 14:33 -0500:
> > Some of you might be already using these new myth features so you could
> > perhaps tell me whether a GF 8400GS (64bit memory bus, 128 MB DRAM) is
> > enough for the OpenGL video out (including upscaling and deinterlacing?)
> > and a new lowpower AMD BE-2350 (Athlon 64 X2 4000+ Brisbane core but
> > only 45W TDP, hoping for overclocking it)  could handle the HW content
> > plus perhaps the greedy/yadif deinterlacing.
> >
> I would just get a higher frequency 65nm brisbane core chip because
> these low power chips are basically factory underclocked higher and
> undervolted frequency chips. If you run a Brisbane AMD Athlon 64 X2
> 5200 at 2.1 GHz I would bet it is less than 45W.

My supplier has > 4400+ with Windsor cores only and I wouldn't like
buying 90 nm anymore. 

Also, I agree that underclocked 5200+ would be the same as BE-2350 but
there is $40 difference so I thought I'd buy the cheap factory
underclocked BE-2350 and overclock it by myself to 5200+ or higher


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