Need Assistance with PC Specs

Started Jun 13, 2013 | Discussions thread
SushiEater Veteran Member • Posts: 8,837
Re: Bronze = hotter, Gold = cooler

Not entirely true.

At 20%, 50%, 100% load efficiency stays (supposed to) at 80% but at higher loads efficiency drops, below 80%. You calculations are based on full load and are correct but I am no where close to it. BTW I stated incorrectly 24W (I wish) at idle for a whole computer.  24w is for CPU. For the whole computer is 176w at idle. But during RAW conversion it goes up to 400W for the computer.

And, I let it go to sleep in 10 minutes, so I never shut it down. It draws 7w in sleep mode.

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