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is there a program that measures how much of your psu you are using...that tells me how much wattage my gpu,cpu,ram,moba,cd drives are using or just all in total...i got this idea from this thing...Zalman Z-MFC2...or can i measure them with a multi-meter
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There are some but they are completely unreliable. You could draw your own graph in ms paint and likely be more accurate.

Best shot would be to get something like a Kill-A-Watt.
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You'd probably need to get a kill-a-watt meter. But generally I'd just guesstimate it by reading up on the specs of your computer.
 
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There is no software that will accurately read the current draw for each component.
For $20 you can get a Kill a Watt and measure total system draw from the wall.

List you components and we can give you a very accurate estimate.
    
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