And a 4450 is powerful enough to still run all of the latest programs and games. AMD's Phenom X4s may be power hungry, but their dual cores really are incredibly efficient.
my 6000+ sure isn't, it easts at least 90Watts-130 watts. Mainly because it is 90nm (the 60nm parts came out 2 months after i bought my 6000+ :( )
They need a lot of juice to hit 3Ghz, sure. But in the lower 2ghz range the efficieny is excellent.
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