## How many watts does a Dell PowerEdge server use?

The three Dell PowerEdge R720 servers consumed approximately 1,150 total watts. We set a dynamic limit of 850 watts and gave each server a different priorityâ€”one high, one medium, and one low.

**How much power does a R610 use?**

717-watt

The R610 can be equipped with either a 502-watt or 717-watt power supply, and presumably the smaller one was used in this test of the typical configuration. The PowerEdge R710 is a 2U box with more expansion room but the same two Xeon processor sockets and with slightly fatter power supplies, at 570 or 870 watts.

**How do I calculate my server power consumption?**

Calculate Amps Per Server The first and easiest calculation you need to make is Amps per Server, which will help you calculate the overall power draw per server. To do this, simply divide your Power Supply for Servers (Server Watts) by your Facility Power (VAC).

### How much power does a Dell PowerEdge 2950 use?

350 watts

A legacy PowerEdge 2950 server uses 350 watts of power.

**How many watts does a server draw?**

For instance, one server can use between 500 to 1,200 watts per hour, according to Ehow.com. If the average use is 850 watts per hour, multiplied by 24 that equals 20,400 watts daily, or 20.4 kilowatts (kWh). Multiply that by 365 days a year for 7,446 kWh per year.

**How many amps does a Dell server use?**

A server that can draw 200 watts with 120v power, might draw up to 1.6 amps, but it can go down to 1 amp under typical usage.

## What is the power consumption of computer?

Computer Energy Consumption (Average User)

Computer Type | Energy Consumption |
---|---|

Desktop Computer | 60-250 Watts |

Computer with Active Screen Saver | 60-250 Watts |

Computer on Sleep or Standby | 1-6 Watts |

Laptop | 15-45 Watts |

**How many kW is a rack?**

Today, the average power consumption for a rack is around 7 kW depending on the data center you’re looking at. However, almost two-thirds of data centers in the US experience higher peak demands, with a power density of around 15 or 16 kW per rack. Some data centers may actually hit 20 or more kW per rack.

**How many amps does a server use?**

The servers use 1.92 amps each (this can vary based on load, so it’s not set in stone), whereas if they were at 120 volts, they’d use 3.33 amps. This means they’ll draw less current.