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[filmscanners] Re: keeping the 16bit scans; now=HD longevityOT



You raise some very valid points.  Especially, in the midst of an energy
related war, where many people are dying as a result.  The real savings
are questionable with the most favorable numbers, and once one throws a
few wars into the picture (not to mention global warming. pollution,
etc) the economy of running a computer 24 hours a day begins to take on
a rather sour taste, in my view.

Art

Robert Logan wrote:

> owenpevans wrote:
> [chop]
>
>>day. It was replaced under warranty and at the suggestion of the technician,
>>I have left the computer on 24/7 for the past 30 months. The only time I
>>shut down is for a reboot after a software upgrade or when I lose the
>>connection on my internet cable.
>>
>
> assuming you would use the computer for 12 hours
> a day normally, the computer using 200W over those 12.
> 1 Kw Hour = 10p say.
> 1 day = 12*200/1000 = 2.4 Kw hours
> 300 days = 720 Kw hours = 7200p = 72
>
> I think I'd go for the spare HD. And perhaps save
> the environment a tad too (yes - the 2nd HD has
> enviro impact ...)
>
> I think my PC uses quite a bit more than 200W as well.
> Im assuming you never let the disks spin down, so the
> Powersave features arent affecting the drives?
>
> bert
>


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