Lenovo Erazer x510 Gaming PC Review

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Power Consumption & Noise

A good gaming PC should be as efficient as it is powerful. We measured the power draw of the Lenovo Erazer X510 under idle and full loads.

Total System Power Consumption
Tested at the Outlet

The Erazer x510 is a relatively power-friendly machine, averaging roughly 54 W when idling and only 235 W under a full load. Compared to most of the higher-end rigs, and even the Vanquish II, the x510 is quite power-efficient, which could save you a few bucks on electricity over the long haul.

The Erazer X510's noise output is minimal as well, even with Extreme overclocking enabled. The fans are barely noticeable in a quiet environment, which is perfect if you have a shared living arrangement.

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