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goujam Offline
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Just tried a bluray rip of the hobit software decoded and the CPUs were 40% 30% 20% 16%. The hardware decode problem is a driver problem I'm sure it will soon be sorted.
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chippy Offline
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(2014-07-16 18:30)nx01 Wrote:  
(2014-07-15 05:07)Matt Devo Wrote:  
(2014-07-15 04:36)goujam Wrote:  That makes sense from what I've been seeing in my tests now to try something else as its a pain to keep reaching behind the tv

Just use my custom build with xhci wakeup enabled. link in sig

(2014-07-16 18:18)chippy Wrote:  
(2014-07-16 16:45)goujam Wrote:  Yeah that all sounds about right, the only thing I havent tried is the disable hardware acceleration, I havnt seen the problem of it freezing yet. If I get chance ill try a bluray rip with software decode later!


Mark I havnt tried wake on LAN I have only used USB wake up. Im sure it will work though the only reason I had problems with USB is because OPENELEC turn of USB 3.0 before suspend!

I wish i could try this board before buying so i could see if it could run all i want while watching a film without it freezing or anything.

What do you run?

Win 7 64bit
Utorrent
Nzbs
Vlc

all at the same time normally
(This post was last modified: 2014-07-16 19:44 by chippy.)
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goujam Offline
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Post: #573
(2014-07-16 19:43)chippy Wrote:  
(2014-07-16 18:30)nx01 Wrote:  
(2014-07-15 05:07)Matt Devo Wrote:  Just use my custom build with xhci wakeup enabled. link in sig

(2014-07-16 18:18)chippy Wrote:  I wish i could try this board before buying so i could see if it could run all i want while watching a film without it freezing or anything.

What do you run?

Win 7 64bit
Utorrent
Nzbs
Vlc

all at the same time normally

If your in windows I don't think the freeze bug is there its just Linux I believe. So that would spare the higher CPU
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chippy Offline
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I am very tempted but i would try the Asrock version as i have a power brick already brought to plug in the board.
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(2014-07-16 20:36)chippy Wrote:  I am very tempted but i would try the Asrock version as i have a power brick already brought to plug in the board.

I could not find the Asrock one in the UK just this one which had HDMI the other one available has no HDMI
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chippy Offline
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(2014-07-16 20:42)nx01 Wrote:  
(2014-07-16 20:36)chippy Wrote:  I am very tempted but i would try the Asrock version as i have a power brick already brought to plug in the board.

I could not find the Asrock one in the UK just this one which had HDMI the other one available has no HDMI

That is my problem not available in the UK, i did ask overclockers.co.uk but they said there motherboard buyer is away so they wont be getting any new motherboards not a good way to run a business i think.
I can gt the Am1 Asrock board i could eventually buy both and see how they perform and how many watts they use and keep the best one for my needs.
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Chippy, is it the Asrock Q1900DC-ITX you are looking for, the one with the external power supply? If so, you can get it here in UK from Amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/ASRock-Q1900DC-I...1900DC-ITX Bit pricey though at £95 plus £9.00 delivery.
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chippy Offline
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(2014-07-16 21:48)boris blank Wrote:  Chippy, is it the Asrock Q1900DC-ITX you are looking for, the one with the external power supply? If so, you can get it here in UK from Amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/ASRock-Q1900DC-I...1900DC-ITX Bit pricey though at £95 plus £9.00 delivery.

Thanks but its so over priced more a rip off price
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