- Oct 17, 2014
- 14,606 (4.47/day)
|Processor||Ryzen 5600X3D, -25 CO|
|Motherboard||MSI B550 Pro VC|
|Cooling||FC 140 + MX-6|
|Memory||(4x8gb) 3200 cas16|
|Video Card(s)||MERC310 7900 XT, 2.9ghz|
|Storage||SN770 500GB, 2TB SSD|
|Display(s)||NZXT 27" 1440 IPS 165hz|
|Case||NZXT H710 (Red/Black)|
|Audio Device(s)||Bose QC Ultra Headphones|
|Power Supply||RM850W Gold|
Sounds like a grand idea as long as you don't mind the occasional "postponed charge" due to rainy weather, etc. If you're patient and just use the solar could pay for itself easy.
I mean, on the 50 days a year it does rain where I live, I can just plug it in. Still cheaper than gas at 1/4 the cost. Electricity costs 0.13 a kilowatt hour, so $10 to fill up my tank based on mileage vs the $45 i pay in gas now... so even if 0 solar and electric only... I'd save $1,820 per year on fuel costs on my commute to work.
electric is the future imo, no stopping it now. gas is just to messy and to expensive. and no moving parts in electric cars, less that can go wrong, just makes a lot of sense, regardless of climate.