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    Default Perhaps you should check again??

    Quote Originally Posted by mum1989 View Post
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    And Z530 it's a single core :
    http://ark.intel.com/products/35463
    If you read the article, or look at the actual NUC for sale, you'll see the processor listed is a Celeron N2820, or basically a 2.4GHz Dual Core Baytrail Atom

    http://ark.intel.com/products/79052/...up-to-2_39-GHz

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwilliams View Post
    The pictures in this article do not render correctly with Chrome (v32). They get moved almost off the right side of the screen.
    Is it fixed for you now?

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    Serious question: Does anyone know how many dmips/mhz/core has a Bay Trail Cpu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Is it fixed for you now?
    Yes, that fixed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Is it fixed for you now?
    That fixed the pictures, yes.

    But I need to make my browser Window uncomfortably wide in order for the right sidebar to not be off the screen with Chrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uid313 View Post
    Thanks for removing some of the unnecessary capitalization on the new design. Its still left on some places though.

    What do you mean 7.5 Watt TDP or 4.5 Watt?
    Which is it?

    Also is it for the CPU or SoC only, or the whole system?
    I agree. A fair comparison of potentially always on systems should include a figure for the power consumption for the whole system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeealpal View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mum1989 View Post
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    And Z530 it's a single core :
    http://ark.intel.com/products/35463
    If you read the article, or look at the actual NUC for sale, you'll see the processor listed is a Celeron N2820, or basically a 2.4GHz Dual Core Baytrail Atom

    http://ark.intel.com/products/79052/...up-to-2_39-GHz
    I guess we both didn't read properly the first time around. I looked again. He's probably talking about the CompuLab FIt-PC2 with the Atom Z530 in the benchmarks which is reported as having 2 cores. I guess the test suite is counting the logical cores because the Z530 has hyperthreading.

    As for the benchmarks. For me, it's pretty difficult to map most of these numbers to what I would do. The descriptions at OpenBenchmarking.org are still too vague for me to apply these numbers to the few CPU intensive tasks I'd do. At least when going to http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1...PL-COMPARISO79, I see Gzip and FFmpeg tests which are closer to what I would do: LZMA2 de/compression and x264 via HandBrake transcoding. It would have been nice if these tests were done though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uid313 View Post
    What do you mean 7.5 Watt TDP or 4.5 Watt?
    Which is it?
    This may help (or not)

    I have a NUC DN2820FYKH which is quite similar, the only differences should be:
    • it has no mSATA connector.
    • it has room for mounting a 2.5 HDD.


    My setup:
    • Power plug connected to 230V.
    • A 2.5 HDD is mounted (hdparm -B254, should use ca. ~0.9 Watt at idle)
    • No peripherals connected to USB.
    • HDMI connected to display showing console.
    • Ethernet port is connected to Gb switch.
    • Wifi & Bluetooth is unused.
    • All powertop recomendations are followed.
    • Distro - Debian (unstable).
    • Kernel - 3.14-rc1 based on Debian 3.12 config.


    Power usage building kernel (-j3): 10-11 Watt
    Power usage at idle: 6.0 Watt
    (power measurement was done with a Kill-a-watt on the 230V size )

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