helloI would like to set up server with less power consumption possible. (just turn off server is not acceptable)Server is based on pc in past (cpu is phenom 9850 2.5Ghz 4 c... [by ykorotia]
I am running Ubuntu Server 12.04 on an HP Mini 311. It has an Atom 270, 3GB ram, NVIDIA ION graphics. When running windows 7 with the screen off and no programs running the power consumtion from the wall was measured as 7-9W. With Ubuntu server running, with ACPI, powertop options good. the power consumption is 17-20W.
Im thikning of using this for a 24/7 server, whats the power consumption of this machine likely to be? The CPUs 130W Max TDP, but I have heard it runs on 45 watt idle. What would that total up to on the machine?
Il be running Linux and il remove the GPU.
Phoronix: Linux 3.13 Kernel Power Consumption Benchmarks
With word recently of a 50 Watt Linux kernel power regression that's still being investigated, I carried out some more power consumption tests of a Core i7 4770K Haswell system to see if its power usage has been impacted by recent kernel upgrades...
I am a completely new user to Linux/Ubuntu! I looked through tips on battery issues and powertop but failed to find clear tips on how to tweak powertop except for Toggle Tunable.
Could someone look through the log and advise me on what should be done to reduce power consumption? My laptop is 1 year old!
I'm creating a "keyless" entry system using an nRF24L01+ and an AVR on both sides.
The base units power consumption isn't a concern, however the keys power consumption is.
The key will be powered by a CR2032 battery, and I would like to have an average consumption <14 µA.
I've played around with duty cycles, but I can't get the consumption low enough since every message takes abo
Just curious if anybody else experienced some issues with increased power consumption with the updated kernel 3.9.5 from Slackware current ?
After a clean boot power consumption/internal temperature are in the same levels like with 3.8.x kernel. However after a suspend/resume cycle, powertop shows consumption gets almost doubled (from 8W to 15W).
does someone know the power consumption of an USB backlit keyboard like the SteelSeries Apex? I'd like to connect it to a Keyboard/Mouse USB Switch that goes to PC by one USB 2.0 cable. The mouse I'm going to use is the SteelSeries Rival. Do I risk to "break" the USB port?
I tried googling, but I haven't found any power consumption specification.
I REALLY want a MLC for my Macbook Pro but the trade off for some EPIC power consumption is worth it. I just don't know if the power consumption on a MBP is the same as with a PC. I believe the Samsung software plays a role with power consumption and caching.