[RC5] Your hardware?

Dean Morrell dmorrell at auntvi.com
Fri Apr 5 13:47:54 EST 2002


250 to 400 watts is not an accurate number.  Those power supplies are capable of very briefly peaking at the listed wattage.  Only during system POST might one 
come close to consuming that much power.  Most of the time a machine is under 100W.

At 12:00 4/5/2002 -0600, you wrote:

>it's not really all that much if you think about it, unless you start to count monitors...
>
>normal comp power supplies are 250-300 watts, beefed up some are 350-400 (not counting the dual machines of course)
>
>when you think about it, that's really only 4 100w lightbulbs being on in the house.


Dean

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