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Post Your Ryzen 3 2200G Idle Power Consumption

Collider

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If you're running Ryzen 3 2200G - please share your idle power consumption.

Please mention how you measured and if using on chip integrated iGPU or a dedicated video card / dGPU.

Also, indicate if you're on 110V or 220V.
 

Markfw

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If you're running Ryzen 3 2200G - please share your idle power consumption.

Please mention how you measured and if using on chip integrated iGPU or a dedicated video card / dGPU.

Also, indicate if you're on 110V or 220V.
Anybody who buys a 2200g (well virtually anybody) will be using the APU in the chip, otherwise they go with something like a Ryzen 1600.

Again, 110 or 220 is irrelevant. The wattage is the same.
 

Markfw

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OK - thanks for clarifying, good to know. I knew something was different between the two :p
Yes, amps*volts=wattage. The volts go up, the amps go down, for the same motherboard/cpu.
 

Chicken76

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The lower the supplied input voltage, the lower the PSU efficiency will be. It's not huge, but it's a consistent, measurable difference.
The same system will consume more on 110v than on 220v. (measured at the wall socket)
 

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