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    Default Microsoft Research Tool To Know PC Power Consumption

    MSR has released a tool called Joules Meter that tells you the amount of power your monitor, CPU and discs are consuming. Screenshot:





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    Thanks, checking it out!

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    Note that this tool is still in the alpha stage so if the results are not what you would expect, keep that in mind. Version: 1.0 Alpha

    In part from Joulemeter: VM, Server, Client, and Software Energy Usage - Microsoft Research
    Joulemeter estimates the energy usage of a VM, computer, or software by measuring the hardware resources (CPU, disk, memory, screen etc) being used and converting the resource usage to actual power usage based on automatically learned realistic power models.

    Joulemeter can be used for gaining visibility into energy use and for making several power management and provisioning decisions in data centers, client computing, and software design.

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    This is sweet, a great utility, results are quite surprising, will consider shutting down the PC's a bit more often now.

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    Looks interesting....

    Does anyone know if this is available in ZIP FORMAT? (I would like to grab the EXE so i dont have to install it just to look at it)

    If it isnt possible its no biggie,im just curious

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    Nice tool checking it out

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