but those numbers are not for the iMac im referring toFrom Apple homepage at : http://www.apple.com/imac/specs.html
Line voltage: 100-240V AC
Frequency: 50Hz to 60Hz, single phase
Maximum continuous power: 205W (21.5-inch models); 310W (27-inch models)
I will look tomorrow on my iMac; I have a little device to measure real number (will be less, I guess)
Thanx for stating it so "creatively" but i still don't get it how the OSX version can indicate what im looking for
but those numbers are not for the iMac im referring to
Thanx, but regarding the iStat im not interested to see the consumption at specific moments, im interested to find the max consumption that can be made on the imac.What about the links in post #2? Have you tried a specified www search? Shall we do it?
PS: You could also download the trial of iStat Menus, there select the Sensors section and look at the power consumption.
As for "About This Mac", click on it, click MORE INFO (and if you have Mac OS X 10.7 Lion or OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion on SYSTEM REPORT) and then go to Hardware > Power.
Well i see a 365w in continuous mode (http://www.buyonsalecheap.net/apple-imac-27inch-293ghz-quadcore-i7-16gb-256ssd-mc511lla_p922.html) but im skeptical about it because its seems strange cause it differs compares to the numbers ChristianJapan gave (310w).Okay then. What about the links in post #2?
but guys, is this correct, it still consumes power 0.22W even when turned off?
Is the iMac in Standby mode when its turned off? Is that what you mean by Standby? Or is it on Standby when its in Sleep mode?