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Old 29th January 2004, 17:34   #1
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Today a had a discussion with some people from skool how do research and they say that a computer use 60W (computer case)

and pc + monitor: 110Watt maximum.

But why thus there stand 350Watt on the voeding of de computer??

How muth energy do you think that a computer use??
When the processor is 100% used.

What do you think?

ps.: Tomorrow i will doe some measermunts on my computer self. (with some V-A meters).
 
Old 29th January 2004, 17:45   #2
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lol, and old PC (P1/P2) uses 60W. nowadays a CPU itself uses +60W.

google up some specs on the power use of PC components
 
Old 29th January 2004, 17:55   #3
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a normal pc will use around 200 watt,
 
Old 29th January 2004, 18:00   #4
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http://www.madshrimps.be/gotofaqlink.php?linkid=1642

more appropriate link ... or stop drinking
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Old 29th January 2004, 18:12   #5
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Ik heb hier zo ne meter van electrabel liggen, die het verbruikt meet, heb daarmee is gemeten hoeveel mijne pc verbruikt.
mijn scherm, pc (dual psu), boxen en printer samen kwamen nie boven de 200 watt

het is nie omda uwe psu 350 watt levert da hem da ook doet he. De CPU's tegenwoordig geven mss wel 60-70 watt aan warmte af, maar het wilt ook nie zeggen da die ook effectief zoveel watt uit het stopcontact halen zenne...

zoek gewoon ergens zo ne meter en doe de test....


sorry about the dutch, but i'm to tired to write it all in english....
 
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Als uw 60-70W aan warmte afgeeft, dan geeft hij dat ook effectief af...

Wat wel wil zeggen dat dat ding bijzonder inefficiŽnt is..
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Old 29th January 2004, 19:17   #9
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If you can invent a CPU that can radiate 100W of energy while consuming only 50W of electrical energy, besides breaking the laws of physics, you're going to be one rich man.
 
Old 30th January 2004, 13:13   #10
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I have done some measuremunts.
but i don't have a conclusion yet.

It can not measure rms values.

this are pictures of the pc (no monitor inculded)




and this is wath they have measured at skool.



On that picture you can see that the sinus is misformed. Normaly you have to see a perfect sinus. But by harmonisches the sinus is misformt, and you can only measere suth a I with a true rms equipement. and my equimenent can't measure that.
 
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