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    Question Total Power

    Hello to all you computer wizards out there. Can someone tell me how i can measure and/or calculate how much power a micro-atx motherboard will use if i'm running

    -1 60 gig hard-drive
    -P4 2.0 ghz processor
    -256 DDR RAM
    -GPS Reciever through USB

    *I'll be using the onboard sound and video so there won't be any extra power usage there.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gtstudio
    Hello to all you computer wizards out there. Can someone tell me how i can measure and/or calculate how much power a micro-atx motherboard will use if i'm running

    -1 60 gig hard-drive
    -P4 2.0 ghz processor
    -256 DDR RAM
    -GPS Reciever through USB

    *I'll be using the onboard sound and video so there won't be any extra power usage there.
    Search the forums for an online power calculator.
    There are several of them.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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