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{mosimage}The computer is a pretty big power drain.  But it could be a lot worse.  Right now, mine cranks on the juice required to power two lightbulbs, and I consider that to be pretty effiecient.  But it could be better. 
 
Computer power drain is becomming a bigger deal, especially as prices continue (and will continue) to rise. At least utntil we get that cold fusion thing worked out. Those of tramadol 150mg us who are concerned about that kind of thing should definitely check out Power Consumption and the Modern Geek, a report from the http://www.aagon.de/cialis-next-day folks at Extreme Tech. They've done a pretty comprehensive survey of the most significant power drains geeks are most likely to viagra 50mg face, and what can be done to limit these juice-hungry boxes without limiting heir power.
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written by Kurosaki Ichigo, April 01, 2007
true, true. We really should start getting better and more efficient computers.
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written by diamond rings, January 11, 2008
good idea
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efficient computer
written by Tim, August 06, 2009
I took power consumption into account during my last computer build. I was able to come out of it with a computer that uses Nvidia's hybrid SLI. In normal energy saving mode, the computer uses 58W. When I want to do any 3d work/gaming, I enable performance mode and it kicks my power consumption to around 100W+. You pay a lot for fancy graphics! Also note, this is only the power consumption of the computer itself, it does not include monitor, speakers, router, etc.
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Processors
written by vanzare apartamente, February 12, 2010
It will be a challenge to save energy because the bigets consumer are the processors

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