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How are the CPU power and temperature caculated/estimated?
From Wikipedia The power consumed by a CPU, is approximately proportional to CPU frequency, and to the square of the CPU voltage: $$ P = C V^2 f $$ (where C is capacitance, f is ...
Jun 5 '12 at 12:30
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