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    Re: Re : Carte mère mATX pour HD

    +1 je viens de regarder le tableau "CPU electrical specification " oui avec une CG qui décode à 100% la HD, il va très bien ce CPU
    pour la conso c celons le modèle entre 65 et 89W facile à refroidir ds tout les cas.
    tu peu même te permettre un petit boitier.
    un shuriken suffit pour ce CPU. (vantirad low profil 65mm de haut)

    un petit teste sur la 8200
    NVIDIA GeForce 8200


     
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    Re : Carte mère mATX pour HD

    Intéressant cet article, je suis content d'avoir opté pour un 780g finalement :D
     
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