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Intel Core Ultra 7 155H vs Intel Core Ultra 9 185H

Intel Core Ultra 7 155H

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The Intel Core Ultra 7 155H is a high-end laptop processor of the Meteor Lake series that has 16 cores (6 + 8 + 2) and 22 threads at its disposal. This 1st Gen Core Ultra chip has come to replace 13th generation Core chips; its 16 cores are comprised of 6 HT-enabled Performance cores running at up to 4.8 GHz and 10 Efficient cores (8 main cores plus 2 extra ones found in the Low Power Island) running at up to 3.8 GHz.

The 8-core Arc GPU, just out of the oven, serves as the integrated graphics adapter - this runs at up to 2.30 GHz - and there is a bevy of other brand-new technologies on offer as well, including the integrated AI Boost NPU with two Gen 3 engines for hardware AI workload acceleration.

Architecture and Features

With Meteor Lake, Intel intends to deliver higher CPU performance, higher GPU performance and at the same time, longer battery life than what Raptor Lake chips were capable of. The company also wants a large piece of the AI cake and is working with Microsoft and other partners to make that happen. As a result, Windows Defender is now AI-enabled, meaning it can use the Intel NPU to take some of the load off the main CPU cores. We also get this new Intel Device Discovery technology that is designed to give us a better hardware-based remote laptop management than ever before; and, to make things even better, Intel now offers a dedicated Arc Pro graphics driver for workstations.

This generation of Intel Core processors features Redwood architecture P-cores and Crestwood architecture E-cores. Both come with slight architectural improvements over Raptor Cove and Gracemont respectively for slightly higher performance-per-clock figures; the interesting thing is that of the 10 E-cores, two are actually a separate cluster located on what Intel calls a "Low Power Island". Essentially, the latter is an SoC within an SoC that can stay active while most other parts of the chip are temporarily switched off to save power. The low-power E-cores run at up to 2.5 GHz. Intel hopes this approach will let it deliver unprecedentedly low power consumption figures when under low load, boosting battery life of laptops and tablets powered by Meteor Lake.

To build its Meteor Lake processors, Intel uses the Foveros technology (stacking several chips on top of each other). This is a cost-cutting measure more than anything else, as manufacturing several small dies on several different processes is so much cheaper than making a huge single die and hoping that there are no defects in it that will require disabling some parts of it.

Elsewhere, the Core Ultra 7 155H comes with 24 MB of L3 cache and a very healthy number of PCIe 5 and PCIe 4 lanes for NVMe SSD speeds up to 15.7 GB/s. It supports RAM running at up to 7467 MHz (DDR5-5600, LPDDR5-7467, LPDDR5x-7467, to be specific - which is about as good as what 8040 series Ryzen chips have). Naturally, the chip features built-in Thunderbolt 4 support and Intel CNVi Wi-Fi support; fascinatingly enough, Intel chose to keep native SATA III support that AMD had removed from its Ryzen processors quite a while ago.

The 155H is compatible with 64-bit Windows 10, 64-bit Windows 11 and with many Linux distros.

Performance

If one chooses to trust the official performance data published by Intel, then the 155H is about as fast as the Ryzen 9 6900HX (Zen 3 Plus, 8 cores, 16 threads, up to 4.9 GHz), as far as multi-thread performance is concerned. This isn't a ground-breaking result but let's just wait for our in-house testing results instead of jumping to conclusions.

Either way, real-world performance of the chip may vary significantly depending on how high the CPU power limits are and how competent the cooling solution of the system is.

Graphics

The 8-core Arc GPU running at up to 2.30 GHz is slated to be a proper alternative to the mighty Radeon 780M. The thing is almost as fast as the GTX 1650 (Laptop) and the RTX 2050 (Laptop) to represent some seriously solid performance gains over aging Xe-series integrated GPUs. If one chooses to take Intel's word for it, that is.

A proper DX12 Ultimate graphics adapter, the Arc is no stranger to ray tracing and other modern technologies including AI frame generation (XeSS). It will let you connect up to four SUHD 4320p monitors and it will both HW-encode and HW-encode the most widely used video codecs including AVC, HEVC and AV1 in a fast and efficient manner.

Your mileage may vary depending on how high the CPU power limits are, how competent the cooling solution of your system is, how fast the RAM of your system is. The latter is really important; Intel stresses that for the Arc to deliver the best results possible, multi-channel RAM configuration is a must.

Power consumption

This mighty Core Ultra 7 series processor has a Base power consumption of 28 W, while its Turbo power consumption is not supposed to exceed 115 W. Its Base power consumption is supposed to be around 64 W, however, most laptop makers will probably go for a higher value to get higher clock speeds and thus better performance. Either way, a powerful cooling solution will be needed to sort out this chip's hot temper.

The 155H is comprised of five small chips ("tiles") that are connected using Intel's Foveros technology. The tile containing main CPU cores is produced on the fairly modern 7 nm Intel process marketed as Intel 4 while most other tiles (the iGPU, the I/O die, ...) are built with TSMC's N5 and N6 processes. The base tile is built with the old Intel 22FFL process.

Intel Core Ultra 9 185H

► remove from comparison Intel Ultra 9 185H

The Intel Core Ultra 9 185H is the top-of-the-line Meteor Lake family chip that debuted in December 2023. This 1st Gen Core Ultra processor has come to replace 13th generation Core chips; it has 16 cores (6 + 8 + 2) and 22 threads at its disposal. Its Performance cores, of which there are 6, are SMT-enabled and run at up to 5.1 GHz while its Efficient cores, of which there are 10 (8 main cores plus 2 extra ones found in the Low Power Island) run at up to 3.8 GHz. The 8-core Arc GPU, just out of the oven, serves as the integrated graphics adapter - this runs at up to 2.35 GHz - and there is a bevy of other brand-new technologies on offer as well, such as the integrated AI Boost NPU with two Gen 3 engines for hardware AI workload acceleration.

Architecture and Features

With Meteor Lake, Intel intends to deliver higher CPU performance, higher GPU performance and at the same time, longer battery life than what Raptor Lake chips were capable of. The company also wants a large piece of the AI cake and is working with Microsoft and other partners to make that happen. As a result, Windows Defender is now AI-enabled, meaning it can use the Intel NPU to take some of the load off the main CPU cores. We also get this new Intel Device Discovery technology that is designed to give us a better hardware-based remote laptop management than ever before; and, to make things even better, Intel now offers a dedicated Arc Pro graphics driver for workstations.

This generation of Intel Core processors features Redwood architecture P-cores and Crestwood architecture E-cores. Both come with slight architectural improvements over Raptor Cove and Gracemont respectively for slightly higher performance-per-clock figures; the interesting thing is that of the 10 E-cores, two are actually a separate cluster located on what Intel calls a "Low Power Island". Essentially, the latter is an SoC within an SoC that can stay active while the rest of the chip is turned off to save power. The low-power E-cores run at up to 2.5 GHz. Intel hopes that this approach will let it deliver unprecedentedly low power consumption figures when under low load, boosting battery life of laptops and tablets powered by Meteor Lake.

To build its Meteor Lake processors, Intel uses the Foveros technology (stacking several chips on top of each other). This is a cost-cutting measure more than anything else, as manufacturing several small dies on several different processes is so much cheaper than making a huge single die and hoping that there are no defects in it that will require disabling some parts of it.

Elsewhere, the Core Ultra 9 185H comes with 24 MB of L3 cache and a very healthy number of PCIe 5 and PCIe 4 lanes for NVMe SSD speeds up to 15.7 GB/s. vPro Enterprise and business-centric features such as the Remote Platform Erase are onboard as well. It supports RAM running at up to 7467 MHz (DDR5-5600, LPDDR5-7467, LPDDR5x-7467, to be specific - which is about as good as what 8040 series Ryzen chips have). Naturally, the chip also features built-in Thunderbolt 4 support and Intel CNVi Wi-Fi support; fascinatingly enough, Intel chose to keep native SATA III support that AMD had removed from its Ryzen processors quite a while ago.

The 185H is compatible with 64-bit Windows 10, 64-bit Windows 11 and with many Linux distros.

Performance

If one chooses to trust the official Intel performance data, then the 185H is not a whole lot faster than the Ryzen 9 6900HX (Zen 3 Plus, 8 cores, 16 threads, up to 4.9 GHz), as far as multi-thread performance is concerned. This isn't a ground-breaking result but let's just wait for our in-house testing results instead of jumping to conclusions.

Either way, real-world performance of the chip may vary significantly depending on how high the CPU power limits are and how competent the cooling solution of the system is.

Graphics

The 8-core Arc GPU running at up to 2.35 GHz is slated to be a proper alternative to the mighty Radeon 780M. The thing is about as fast as the GTX 1650 (Laptop) and the RTX 2050 (Laptop) to represent some seriously solid performance gains over aging Xe-series integrated GPUs. If one chooses to take Intel's word for it, that is.

A proper DX12 Ultimate graphics adapter, the Arc is no stranger to ray tracing and other modern technologies including AI frame generation (XeSS). It will let you connect up to four SUHD 4320p monitors and it will both HW-encode and HW-encode the most widely used video codecs including AVC, HEVC and AV1 in a fast and efficient manner.

Your mileage may vary depending on how high the CPU power limits are, how competent the cooling solution of your system is, how fast the RAM of your system is. The latter is really important; Intel stresses that for the Arc to deliver the best results possible, multi-channel RAM configuration is a must.

Power consumption

This mighty Core Ultra 9 series processor has a "base" power consumption of 45 W, while its Turbo power consumption is not supposed to exceed 115 W. A powerful cooling solution will be needed to sort out this chip's hot temper.

The 185H is comprised of five small chips ("tiles") that are connected using Intel's Foveros technology. The tile containing main CPU cores is produced on the modern 7 nm Intel process marketed as Intel 4 while most other tiles (the iGPU, the I/O die, ...) are built with TSMC's N5 and N6 processes. The base tile is built with the old Intel 22FFL process.

ModelIntel Core Ultra 7 155HIntel Core Ultra 9 185H
SeriesIntel Meteor Lake-HIntel Meteor Lake-H
CodenameMeteor Lake-HMeteor Lake-H
Series: Meteor Lake-H Meteor Lake-H
Intel Core Ultra 9 185H3.8 - 5.1 GHz16 / 22 cores24 MB L3
Intel Core Ultra 7 165H compare3.8 - 5 GHz16 / 22 cores24 MB L3
Intel Core Ultra 7 155H « 3.8 - 4.8 GHz16 / 22 cores24 MB L3
Intel Core Ultra 5 135H compare3.6 - 4.6 GHz14 / 18 cores18 MB L3
Intel Core Ultra 5 125H compare3.6 - 4.5 GHz14 / 18 cores18 MB L3
Intel Core Ultra 9 185H « 3.8 - 5.1 GHz16 / 22 cores24 MB L3
Intel Core Ultra 7 165H compare3.8 - 5 GHz16 / 22 cores24 MB L3
Intel Core Ultra 7 155H3.8 - 4.8 GHz16 / 22 cores24 MB L3
Intel Core Ultra 5 135H compare3.6 - 4.6 GHz14 / 18 cores18 MB L3
Intel Core Ultra 5 125H compare3.6 - 4.5 GHz14 / 18 cores18 MB L3
Clock3800 - 4800 MHz3800 - 5100 MHz
L3 Cache24 MB24 MB
Cores / Threads16 / 22
6 x 4.8 GHz Intel Redwood Cove P-Core
8 x 3.8 GHz Intel Crestmont E-Core
2 x 2.5 GHz Intel Crestmont E-Core
16 / 22
6 x 4.8 GHz Intel Redwood Cove P-Core
8 x 3.8 GHz Intel Crestmont E-Core
2 x 2.5 GHz Intel Crestmont E-Core
TDP28 Watt45 Watt
Technology7 nm7 nm
max. Temp.110 °C110 °C
SocketBGA2049BGA2049
FeaturesDDR5-5600/LPDDR5-7467/LPDDR5x-7467 RAM, PCIe 5, Thr. Director, DL Boost, AI Boost, vPro Ess., MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AES, AVX, AVX2, AVX-VNNI, FMA3, SHADDR5-5600/LPDDR5-7467/LPDDR5x-7467 RAM, PCIe 5, Thr. Director, DL Boost, AI Boost, vPro Enterprise, RPE, MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AES, AVX, AVX2, AVX-VNNI, FMA3, SHA
iGPUIntel Arc 8-Core iGPU ( - 2250 MHz)Intel Arc 8-Core iGPU ( - 2350 MHz)
Architecturex86x86
Announced
Manufacturerark.intel.comark.intel.com

Benchmarks

Performance Rating - CB R15 + R20 + 7-Zip + X265 + Blender + 3DM11 CPU - Ultra 7 155H
38.3 pt (63%)
Performance Rating - CB R15 + R20 + 7-Zip + X265 + Blender + 3DM11 CPU - Ultra 9 185H
40 pt (66%)
Cinebench 2024 - Cinebench 2024 CPU Single Core
min: 2.2     avg: 89.8     median: 102.8 (71%)     max: 107.2 Points
min: 108     avg: 109     median: 109 (76%)     max: 110 Points
Cinebench 2024 - Cinebench 2024 CPU Multi Core
min: 6.94     avg: 745     median: 823.5 (15%)     max: 1024 Points
min: 828     avg: 948     median: 947.5 (18%)     max: 1067 Points
Cinebench R23 - Cinebench R23 Multi Core
min: 9769     avg: 14945     median: 15013 (14%)     max: 19007 Points
min: 12688     avg: 17630     median: 18338 (17%)     max: 19851 Points
Cinebench R23 - Cinebench R23 Single Core
min: 1496     avg: 1728     median: 1749 (74%)     max: 1801 Points
min: 1620     avg: 1811     median: 1812 (77%)     max: 1906 Points
Cinebench R20 - Cinebench R20 CPU (Single Core)
min: 601     avg: 666     median: 671 (75%)     max: 696 Points
min: 622     avg: 697     median: 708 (79%)     max: 735 Points
Cinebench R20 - Cinebench R20 CPU (Multi Core)
min: 3798     avg: 5797     median: 5741 (14%)     max: 7409 Points
min: 4843     avg: 6777     median: 7196 (18%)     max: 7651 Points
Cinebench R15 - Cinebench R15 CPU Multi 64 Bit
min: 1932     avg: 2445     median: 2475.5 (16%)     max: 2857.55 Points
min: 1581.9     avg: 2701     median: 2809 (18%)     max: 3165 Points
Cinebench R15 - Cinebench R15 CPU Single 64 Bit
min: 99.6     avg: 249.6     median: 255 (77%)     max: 268 Points
min: 238     avg: 264.1     median: 268 (81%)     max: 280 Points
Cinebench R11.5 - Cinebench R11.5 CPU Multi 64 Bit
min: 29.98     avg: 31.7     median: 31.7 (41%)     max: 33.49 Points
34 Points (44%)
Cinebench R11.5 - Cinebench R11.5 CPU Single 64 Bit
min: 3.07     avg: 3.1     median: 3.1 (77%)     max: 3.13 Points
3.3 Points (81%)
Cinebench R10 - Cinebench R10 Rend. Single (32bit)
min: 9828     avg: 9874     median: 9873.5 (60%)     max: 9919 Points
10300 Points (62%)
Cinebench R10 - Cinebench R10 Rend. Multi (32bit)
min: 56242     avg: 58357     median: 58357 (42%)     max: 60472 Points
59935 Points (43%)
Cinebench R10 - Cinebench R10 Rend. Multi (64bit)
min: 13726     avg: 54366     median: 54365.5 (38%)     max: 95005 Points
88902 Points (62%)
Cinebench R10 - Cinebench R10 Rend. Single (64bit)
min: 13938     avg: 48020     median: 48020 (58%)     max: 82102 Points
14374 Points (18%)
wPrime 2.10 - wPrime 2.0 1024m *
139.6 s (2%)
min: 292.1     avg: 366.7     median: 366.7 (4%)     max: 441.275 s
wPrime 2.10 - wPrime 2.0 32m *
3.5 s (1%)
min: 3.254     avg: 5.7     median: 5.7 (1%)     max: 8.1 s
wPrime 1.55 - wPrime 1.55 1024m *
482 s (2%)
wPrime 1.55 - wPrime 1.55 32m *
3.4 s (2%)
WinRAR - WinRAR 4.0
min: 7084     avg: 7404     median: 7403.5 (12%)     max: 7723 Points
min: 7940     avg: 12898     median: 12898 (20%)     max: 17856 Points
7-Zip 18.03 - 7-Zip 18.03 Multli Thread 4 runs
min: 42601     avg: 59243     median: 61091 (35%)     max: 70074 MIPS
min: 52522     avg: 68417     median: 71934 (41%)     max: 76331 MIPS
7-Zip 18.03 - 7-Zip 18.03 Single Thread 4 runs
min: 5037     avg: 5361     median: 5401 (65%)     max: 5621 MIPS
min: 4502     avg: 5411     median: 5560 (66%)     max: 5781 MIPS
X264 HD Benchmark 4.0 - x264 Pass 2
min: 128.04     avg: 141.1     median: 141.1 (49%)     max: 154.15 fps
158.2 fps (55%)
X264 HD Benchmark 4.0 - x264 Pass 1
min: 282.57     avg: 303.8     median: 303.8 (70%)     max: 325 fps
335.5 fps (77%)
HWBOT x265 Benchmark v2.2 - HWBOT x265 4k Preset
min: 9.93     avg: 16.5     median: 16.7 (29%)     max: 21.2 fps
min: 14.1     avg: 19.7     median: 20.9 (37%)     max: 22.7 fps
TrueCrypt - TrueCrypt Serpent
min: 0.944     avg: 1     median: 1 (0%)     max: 1 GB/s
min: 0.96     avg: 1     median: 1 (0%)     max: 1.1 GB/s
TrueCrypt - TrueCrypt Twofish
1.7 GB/s (29%)
min: 1.4     avg: 1.6     median: 1.6 (28%)     max: 1.8 GB/s
TrueCrypt - TrueCrypt AES
min: 10.2     avg: 10.4     median: 10.4 (27%)     max: 10.6 GB/s
min: 7.9     avg: 9.6     median: 9.6 (25%)     max: 11.3 GB/s
Blender - Blender 3.3 Classroom CPU *
min: 296     avg: 412.3     median: 382.5 (5%)     max: 637 Seconds
min: 285     avg: 351.6     median: 305 (4%)     max: 538 Seconds
Blender - Blender 2.79 BMW27 CPU *
min: 178     avg: 231.3     median: 220 (2%)     max: 349 Seconds
min: 163     avg: 198.6     median: 178 (1%)     max: 285 Seconds
R Benchmark 2.5 - R Benchmark 2.5 *
min: 0.4609     avg: 0.5     median: 0.5 (10%)     max: 0.53 sec
min: 0.4313     avg: 0.5     median: 0.5 (10%)     max: 0.503 sec
3DMark 06 - CPU - 3DMark 06 - CPU
min: 13097     avg: 13913     median: 13913 (30%)     max: 14729 Points
min: 9854     avg: 11420     median: 11420 (24%)     max: 12986 Points
Super Pi mod 1.5 XS 1M - Super Pi mod 1.5 XS 1M *
min: 7.046     avg: 7.1     median: 7.1 (2%)     max: 7.168 s
min: 6.6     avg: 6.7     median: 6.7 (1%)     max: 6.751 s
Super Pi mod 1.5 XS 2M - Super Pi mod 1.5 XS 2M *
min: 15.767     avg: 16     median: 15.9 (1%)     max: 16.125 s
14.9 s (1%)
Super Pi Mod 1.5 XS 32M - Super Pi mod 1.5 XS 32M *
min: 394.754     avg: 397.5     median: 397.5 (2%)     max: 400.292 s
304.4 s (1%)
3DMark Vantage - 3DM Vant. Perf. CPU no Physx
min: 62245     avg: 69514     median: 71676 (63%)     max: 74620 Points
80494 Points (70%)
3DMark 11 - 3DM11 Performance Physics
min: 6531     avg: 18400     median: 20008 (54%)     max: 23779 Points
min: 12693     avg: 20811     median: 21578 (58%)     max: 24629 Points
3DMark - 3DMark Ice Storm Physics
min: 53255     avg: 72535     median: 74001.5 (60%)     max: 85435 Points
min: 75240     avg: 75478     median: 75478 (61%)     max: 75716 Points
3DMark - 3DMark Ice Storm Extreme Physics
66925 Points (54%)
min: 75340     avg: 75417     median: 75417 (61%)     max: 75494 Points
3DMark - 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited Physics
min: 78677     avg: 84868     median: 84868 (71%)     max: 91059 Points
3DMark - 3DMark Cloud Gate Physics
min: 7073     avg: 15411     median: 16405 (42%)     max: 19549 Points
min: 17876     avg: 18479     median: 18664 (47%)     max: 18896 Points
3DMark - 3DMark Fire Strike Standard Physics
min: 5249     avg: 22453     median: 23400 (42%)     max: 28337 Points
min: 21106     avg: 27243     median: 27688.5 (49%)     max: 30623 Points
3DMark - 3DMark Time Spy CPU
min: 3922     avg: 8824     median: 9612.5 (41%)     max: 12145 Points
min: 6307     avg: 10843     median: 11588.5 (49%)     max: 12209 Points
Geekbench 6.2 - Geekbench 6.2 Single-Core
min: 1901     avg: 2385     median: 2412 (65%)     max: 2464 Points
min: 2199     avg: 2470     median: 2506 (67%)     max: 2570 Points
Geekbench 6.2 - Geekbench 6.2 Multi-Core
min: 7732     avg: 12315     median: 12508 (49%)     max: 13656 Points
min: 12825     avg: 13790     median: 13972 (55%)     max: 14540 Points
Geekbench 5.5 - Geekbench 5.1 - 5.4 64 Bit Single-Core
min: 1462     avg: 1759     median: 1768 (75%)     max: 1824 Points
min: 1700     avg: 1827     median: 1846 (78%)     max: 1902 Points
Geekbench 5.5 - Geekbench 5.1 - 5.4 64 Bit Multi-Core
min: 10017     avg: 12055     median: 12248 (22%)     max: 13556 Points
min: 10441     avg: 13144     median: 13392 (24%)     max: 14230 Points
Geekbench 5.0 - Geekbench 5.0 64 Bit Single-Core
min: 1684     avg: 1712     median: 1708 (7%)     max: 1745 Points
min: 1821     avg: 1826     median: 1825.5 (8%)     max: 1830 Points
Geekbench 5.0 - Geekbench 5.0 64 Bit Multi-Core
min: 11684     avg: 12163     median: 12366 (39%)     max: 12438 Points
min: 13228     avg: 13600     median: 13600 (43%)     max: 13972 Points
Geekbench 4.4 - Geekbench 4.1 - 4.4 64 Bit Single-Core
min: 6838     avg: 6883     median: 6882.5 (69%)     max: 6927 Points
7602 Points (76%)
Geekbench 4.4 - Geekbench 4.1 - 4.4 64 Bit Multi-Core
min: 43897     avg: 44574     median: 44573.5 (49%)     max: 45250 Points
47960 Points (53%)
Mozilla Kraken 1.1 - Kraken 1.1 Total Score *
min: 416.4     avg: 538     median: 535 (1%)     max: 642 ms
min: 494     avg: 524     median: 522 (1%)     max: 594 ms
Octane V2 - Octane V2 Total Score
min: 77142     avg: 88414     median: 89545 (79%)     max: 93476 Points
min: 90543     avg: 95181     median: 96017.5 (84%)     max: 98144 Points
WebXPRT 4 - WebXPRT 4 Score
min: 234     avg: 253.1     median: 255 (73%)     max: 263 Points
min: 237     avg: 261.5     median: 268 (77%)     max: 269 Points
WebXPRT 3 - WebXPRT 3 Score
min: 213     avg: 277.1     median: 278 (58%)     max: 299 Points
min: 237     avg: 281.4     median: 291 (61%)     max: 295 Points
CrossMark - CrossMark Overall
min: 1366     avg: 1666     median: 1691.5 (65%)     max: 1903 Points
min: 1589     avg: 1763     median: 1754 (67%)     max: 1971 Points
Power Consumption - Prime95 Power Consumption - external Monitor *
min: 37.1     avg: 72.8     median: 72.8 (13%)     max: 168 Watt
min: 44.4     avg: 116     median: 128 (22%)     max: 176.1 Watt
Power Consumption - Cinebench R15 Multi Power Consumption - external Monitor *
min: 46.9     avg: 93.5     median: 93.3 (17%)     max: 160.1 Watt
min: 88     avg: 139.4     median: 153.8 (28%)     max: 171.8 Watt
Power Consumption - Idle Power Consumption - external Monitor *
min: 3.12     avg: 6.6     median: 5.6 (4%)     max: 19.6 Watt
min: 5.87     avg: 12.4     median: 11.6 (8%)     max: 21.4 Watt