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Help With Current Status - Only about 120-130 Watts?

Discussion in Universal Transfer Switch started by Italyguy01 , 12/28/2013 3:28 AM
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Help With Current Status - Only about 120-130 Watts?

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  • iFix
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    Yes that is most likely correct.

    Here is the power report from a Six Core Server with half its users accessing it:

    Power Supply Summary

    Present Power Reading    78 Watts

    Power Management Controller Firmware Version    x.x

    Power Status     Redundant

    High Efficiency Mode    Balanced

    Power Supplies

    Bay    Status           PDS     Hotplug     Capacity    Firmware

    1       Good, In Use     No       Yes       460 Watts      N/A

    2       Good, In Use     No       Yes       460 Watts      N/A


  • ipicKedawinna

    I agree too. Most components these days consume very little power from my findings, especially when they are practically idle.

  • italyguy01

    Thank you so very much.  This makes me feel better.   I didn't  know if there was a problem or not!  

  • italyguy01

    I have a BX1500LCD.  Just replaced the batteries. Everything is working fine.  Only thing I noticed  that I didn't notice before is under Current Status In Powerchute Personal edition, it only shows about 120-130 watts being used???   I have a high performance Custom built PC with an 800 watt power supply,  (4) WD VelociRaptors in a hardware card raid, GTX 470 video card, 16gb of memory and a Q9650 3.0ghx Processor.  Is 130 watts correct at idle, or just surfing the internet???

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