I have a laptop. Joulemeter showed the monitor using 3.5W (at dim setting). After my son bought civ 3 from Steam and installed it, Joulemeter shows the monitor using 25% more power on the same dim setting.
What changes could the game have made and how would I go about changing the settings back? In general I have an interest in EMR (electromag. rad.) and hence am interested in knowing how certain programs may affect the frequency and power setting of monitors
and other hardware resources.
Any help much appreciated.
Windows 7 home premium, Asus laptop N53sv
Edited byMLfS111Wednesday, March 28, 2012 8:01 PMmore info