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Old 10-24-2011, 03:39 PM
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Default What is the thermal output/heat load of HD core cards and process cards?

Hi,

We're trying to put our rig in an ISO box, and we need to make sure the heat dispersion system we're getting is powerful enough. So we're trying to figure out how much heat each of our components generate.

What is the maximum thermal output/heat load of an HD Core Card and an HD Process Card? Either BTUs per hour or watts is fine. Alternatively, if someone knows the maximum power consumption of these cards, that works too, since we'll at least know that the thermal output has to be less than the power consumption. Thanks.
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