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Old 17-Jun-2016, 02:13
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Monitoring power draw?


Any idea how to monitor system power consumption?
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Re: Monitoring power draw?


Kill A Watt is real-time power usage monitor. It supports watts, amps, KW/hours and other functions with real-time results. It works with anything that plugs into an outlet. It costs $20(approx).
 


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