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Since we are on the subject of power consumption.. Is there a way to see how many watts my system is using and how many total watts my GPU is pulling. Like a live feed?
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OK, in my X99-A U3.1 if I have CPU SVID Support enabled I get apparently reasonable readings, 39W with low usage like surfing the net, 174W at Aida full stress. With CPU SVID disabled I get same BS you're getting smile.gif
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Since we are on the subject of power consumption.. Is there a way to see how many watts my system is using and how many total watts my GPU is pulling. Like a live feed?
Yeah, with a Killawatt meter, like mentioned earlier.
I use this one


for 25€ it has watt, volt, amps, co2 and price (instant, week, month, year). Even better than the belkin I have plugged on my panda rig.
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OK, in my X99-A U3.1 if I have CPU SVID Support enabled I get apparently reasonable readings, 39W with low usage like surfing the net, 174W at Aida full stress. With CPU SVID disabled I get same BS you're getting smile.gif

Another test provided that do not use the aisuite for overclocking,
But having it installed, with aisuite get even I values between 174-178 w
during full stress intel xtreme tuning, then aisuite works to read these values and does both
with cpuid enabled that with cpuid disabled:)smile.gif
post #11275 of 15704
@Jpmboy, it looks like Aida supports your PSU as of 12/30. Hook up the USB cable to the MB and check it out. I get amp and watt readings per voltage and overall watts thumb.gif
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Another test provided that do not use the aisuite for overclocking,
But having it installed, with aisuite get even I values between 174-178 w
during full stress intel xtreme tuning, then aisuite works to read these values and does both
with cpuid enabled that with cpuid disabled:)smile.gif
No software OC stuff for me! biggrin.gif
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Since we are on the subject of power consumption.. Is there a way to see how many watts my system is using and how many total watts my GPU is pulling. Like a live feed?

You really did bring this matter up at the right time, of all things to be doing on a Thursday night...



Now to uninstall Intel RST...
Edited by DS4130 - 1/28/16 at 2:33pm
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You really did bring this matter up at the right time, of all things to be doing on a Thursday night...



Now to uninstall Intel RST...

hey thats neat... i was thinking there would simply be a program to track this info.. bu i guess that works too.. whats te average power draw from an overclocked 980ti?
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hey thats neat... i was thinking there would simply be a program to track this info.. bu i guess that works too.. whats te average power draw from an overclocked 980ti?

Some PSU's do have software for that info as mentioned above but you just can't deny the meter at the wall, be interesting to use both in conjunction actually, anyone tried?

Can't help you with that figure I'm afraid, no gaming here, basic workstation with 960 just to drive the panels wink.gif

I'd hasten a guess it's pretty damn high!
Edited by DS4130 - 1/28/16 at 2:47pm
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hey thats neat... i was thinking there would simply be a program to track this info.. bu i guess that works too.. whats te average power draw from an overclocked 980ti?

on stock bios at max load just under the TDP. approx 300W. Open that up and a TI can pull 500W.
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