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November 29, 2013, 11:16:02 AM
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I'm just wondering if anyone has a kill-a-watt or other meter and knows the real-world draw of these machines. Ideally I'd like to know how much power a Saturn uses.


Not a Neptune. A Saturn.

The Neptune has already been stated to use 30% less wattage PER GH, so it is far more than just 750w.

Note: Sorry I'm not replying directly, but I'm hoping this edit will allow me to squeak a post in elsewhere to ask this same question more directly.
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November 29, 2013, 11:33:48 AM
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You want to know how much power a neptune uses? I think its 750 watts but dont hold my bitcoins to that.

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