iBook G3 and G4: Power consumption and thermal output (BTU) information
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Learn about the power consumption and thermal output of iBook computers.
|iBook G3 and G4 12-inch or 14-inch
All models with 45 or 65 Watt Wall Adapter
|Power Consumption||Thermal Output|
|Idle||CPU Max||Idle||CPU Max|
|13 W||53 W||44 BTU/h||181 BTU/h|
- Power consumption data (Watts) is measured from the wall power source and includes all power supply and system losses. Additional correction is not needed.
- "CPU Max" is defined as running a compute-intensive test application that maximizes processor usage with battery in charge mode and is therefore maximum power consumption of the computer plus losses of the power adapter.
- These numbers reflect power adapter maximum power consumption operating within ambient temperature range of 50° F to 95° F (10° C to 35° C).
Published Date: Feb 20, 2012