Resolution in headless desktop when accessing remotely via x11vnc piped over ssh

The T400 I had been considering is now out of stock. … At present its easier (where I live) to find a T600, which begs the question if it will run in an old PC (such as this Asus P6T Deluxe V2 with a Core-i7-920 and 6GB of RAM, and its old power supply). I note thou, it has a GTX-260 graphic card, which purportedly draws 25W at idle and 182W full load.

I read the T400 draws 30W and the T600 draws 40W. I can’t find any full load numbers for the T400 nor T600 (and I don’t know if the 30W/40W are full load), and I am wondering if maybe they don’t draw much more power at full load ? The GTX-260 is an old card, and I assume (correctly ? incorrectly ? ) that newer designed cards might be more energy efficient.

Hence I think this old Asus P6T Deluxe V2 with an old (but I think good quality) power supply may be able to handle the T600 < albeit not sure > …

Lots of considerations to keep me pondering … rotfl! rotfl!

Thanks for these tips. Very helpful information!

It will run, just not at full performance on PCIe 2.0 I would assume, They are full load, as long as the PCIe slot can provide that power, don’t think the T600 has an external power connector.

Unfortunately, after the successful Tumblweed (headless) update, my x11vnc piped via ssh ability to remotely display the headless PC’s KDE no longer works.

I posted on it here:

I am unsure if I ran across a bug or if this is just me screwing up. … I can thou access the Tumbleweed apps via ‘ssh -X’ but I would like to display the full KDE desktop if possible.

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