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What Enabling C6/C7 Low-Power States Do On Haswell @ Legit Reviews - What Enabling C6/C7 Low-Power States Do On Haswell @ Legit Reviews
Wed, Jun 26 2013 | 4:53PM | Filed under: CPU / Processors| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

On our Windows 8 test platform we were able to quickly see the benefits of running with the C6 and C7 power states enabled. We found that with C6/C7 disabled that the system would idle between 23.7 and 24.1 Watts, but with them enabled we were seeing between 20.5 to 21.2 Watts. Both numbers are impressive as you have to keep in mind that the whole system is being measures here with a Kill-A-Watt power meter at the wall outlet..."


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