Fantastic - then my average of 4.25 watts might even be a little high! Good workI did it old school here with a multimeter to measure current draw and using Ohm's Law. (being that I'm an old tech)
First the pi sitting booted up to the desktop in the Pi OS and at idle. Again with mine the CPU is a stock clocks and no hardware is disabled on the pi.
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Next I loaded Open Pandemics with 4 threads running and the pi under load.
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Using Ohm's Law (P=E x I) so 5 vdc x 890 milliamps = 4.45W
I've included a video below showing about 12 seconds of it running under load to show how that current draw is varying some, in this as high as 4.8W for a second. Also I did see it touch 1 amp (5W) for a second after it first started running O.P. So in my particular case it's running under load from around 4.4 to peaks of 5W.
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