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    How much power usage is low powered?

    I am tasked with finding out our poor performers and wondered what would you class as high energy usage workstation and what a low usage would be?

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    It depends on how old the stuff is, quite a lot of the new machines have eco modes and such.

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    yeap, my old P4's take about 60 watts when busy, 43 idle. the monitor takes 15 to 20 watts (old 15" lcd) They also consume 1~2 watts in standby.

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    I have one of those, trying to find a benchmark of what people would class as high powered and what is acceptable. One workstation (only, not monitor) runs at about 47-52 watts and peaked at 100.



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