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Why Intel processors draw more power than expected
By Thom Holwerda on 2018-11-13 00:15:35

One of the recent topics permeating through the custom PC space recently has been about power draw. Intel's latest eight-core processors are still rated at a TDP of 95W, and yet users are seeing power consumption north of 150-180W, which doesn't make much sense. In this guide, we want to give you a proper understanding why this is the case, and why it gives us reviewers such a headache.

A detailed look at this nebulous topic by AnandTech.

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