Thanks for all the advice guy's. My conundrum is this;
I am building a WC beast using a Hailea water chiller as the cooler, instead of the regular rads & fans. The PC will draw approx 700-800 watts and the Hailea will draw 550 watts on top of that, totaling 1250-1250watts. So the object of the exercise is to reduce the electricity bill when I am not gaming. As I am rebuilding my current rig from an air/CL water-cooled LGA1155 SB + single GPU and upgrading it to an LGA2011 SBE + 2 way SLi. So I will have most of the parts from my current rig available, with the exception of a case and PSU. So my thinking is to have one system for general use and the beast for gaming. As that way I can save some coins on the leccie?
A KVM switch would do the trick, but finding one which supports triple monitors @ 3240 x 1920 is the problem. However as Google is ya buddy I have managed to find this bad boy:-
The stumbling block is the price tag, as that's a lot of moolar for a switching box!!!
So it's a case of weighing up the options and working out the best scenario for the long term???
Is there a tool or gadget which can accurately measure your PC's powerdraw? Apart from the info which AIDA64 gives ya???Edited by CYBER-SNIPA - 11/28/13 at 9:13am