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Re: Forcasts, why won't anyone believe them?
Valdis.Kletnieks@vt.edu wrote: > > On Tue, 16 Jan 2001 23:54:40 PST, Peter Bierman <email@example.com> said: > > Since I'm plugging the Mac, I might as well also point out that the latest > > 773MHz G4s use 17 Watts max load. I'm often dissapointed that Apple doesn't > > do more to tout the energy efficiency of their hardware. > > Hmm.. 17 watts. Of course, that's just the CPU, but I just noticed that The CPU chips on the previous G4s use only about 4 or 5 watts (I suspect it hasn't changed much). It's a lot less than a P3 because it's RISC vs CISC chips. > where I'm working right now is primarily lit by 2 22-watt flourescent lights.. > > So.. How many of you kill the flourescents in your back-office cubicle > farms during a California-style power crunch? ;) > > For that matter - send the cubicle critters home. You ever *looked* at > how many watts the average human body outputs? ;) > > Valdis Kletnieks > Operating Systems Analyst > Virginia Tech Most people I know don't power their bodies from a wall socket... Of course, people that spec A/C do indeed take into account the heat generated by the occupants. Regards Marshall Eubanks Multicast Technologies, Inc. 10301 Democracy Lane, Suite 201 Fairfax, Virginia 22030 Phone : 703-293-9624 Fax : 703-293-9609 e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.on-the-i.com