How Many Amps does a Computer Draw?

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How many amps a computer draws depends on your type of computer and/or monitor and the power supply it has. Check your power supply amount, figure 1 amp for every 100 watts of power.
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To find out how many amps your computer draws, you would need to know the details on the specific hardware that your computer uses. On average, a desktop PC will use .5 amps.
To determine exactly how many amps your computer uses, you would need to know the exact details about the hardware in your computer. On average, you can expect a computer to use roughly 0.5 amps.
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