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With out look at my PSU, how do i find out the Watts?

Also is it possible to find out what parts of the computer are using how much?

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I doubt you will be able to find out how much each part is using. Theres a site with a calculator used for calculating power consumption. From there, you can get a rough idea of how watts everything is using.Here Is The Calculator
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Ohms law

Volts x amps = watts
    
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