The truth is a little more nuanced.
How much power a desktop uses hasn’t often mattered that much, because usually there was a performance benefit to compensate. But it’s hard to ignore power consumption with Intel’s 11th-gen Rocket Lake given early reports of its guzzling habits.
To look at just how much power the chip uses, we set up two systems with the base components of CPU, motherboard, RAM, GPU, Cooler and M.2 SSD.
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