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Old 2020-12-21, 15:06   #24
nitf
 
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Originally Posted by retina View Post
No.
Clear and succinct, just the way I like it. :)

The takeaways I've got from this are to not be so impatient and be content with a 3.2 ms/iter on the cpu, and to let the cpu take its foot off the gas and save me ~$56 in electricity costs year round.

(142-87 = 55 watt difference, /1000 = .0.055 kilowatts, * 24 * 365 = 481.8 kwh/yr, * $0.116116 rate= $55.94)

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