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Originally Posted by MrThatGuy View Post

No, its measuring which power state your CPU is in. If you want to measure actual power consumption you need to but a hardware device like a Kill-A-Watt.
pretty much this, a Kill-A-Watt meter will show you how much your system is pulling from the wall.
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