exactly what hardware you have. A good rule of thumb is 10W for each
disk drive, but some were much higher. Pull the data sheets for your

A Kill-A-Watt on the power cord is the best way to answer the total
question. My old ancient Dell Optiplex running 5.5 draws about 60 watts
including the APS 350CS UPS. Am not about to unplug it without good

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1:30PM  up 670 days, 21:08, 2 users, load averages: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00

I found a 10G drive in the trash yesterday. Would one day be a nice
upgrade for the 4G drive in the above.

or add it, and use atacontrol detach/attach
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