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sweet deal. you should get a kill-a-watt meter. I bet your computer uses about 300 watts and i would bet less. would really like to see that
Have you read the thread? It has been tested on the kill-a-watt!
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post #62 of 62
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I finally got her installed. It only took me four hours. Went from 247 watts at idle to about 207. (Some of the drives were off but I corrected for it in both numbers, thats why they're lower than 300W.)

Found out the old PSU was 645 watts so I think 650 was a perfect choice.
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