Originally posted by HAVOC2k5
Plug in whatever PSU wattage you have and you can calculate an estimated cost. Keep in mind even if a PSU is rated at a specific wattage, it probably is hardly ever putting out that max wattage.
DJ-CHRIS said it? I think I said it in my original post.
IT's B.S? What the heck are you talking about? How can a varible be B.S? My point of the post was to outline the formula you can use to ESTIMATE the cost of running a PC AT FULL LOAD for 24 hour 365 days a year. Which will never happen, but it gives you an IDEA of what it would cost. It would be fair to assume you could probably take that FULL LOAD COST and divide it by atleast .75%.