Conor Wynne wrote:
>On Wed, 2004-12-15 at 17:18, Paul Jakma wrote:
>>>>On Wed, 15 Dec 2004, John P. Looney wrote:
>>>>>>>>>There are no NVidia OSS drivers, for network, audio or video.
>>>>>>>>There's the reverse engineered forcedeth driver for the network isnt
>>there? (but have they gotten it to work 100% reliably?)
>>>>>>Ah OK. I was planning to add a second NIC and do some bonding (failover
>mode, not ALB) for some network resilience, and a third card (or a
>dualport pci) for some firewalling - (behind an adsl router).
>>Maybe this is not the right choice of chipsets.
>>Anyone know any small form factor chipsets (to fit in one of them small
>cases) that are low in power consumption?
>>>"small form factor" chipsets? I'm not sure such a thing exists.. All
chipsets get used.
Personally, I would suggest looking at either underclocking whatever you
get, or using cpufreq on it.
K8 processors support cool'n'quiet which might do what you want.
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