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Originally Posted by **Zero82z** It absolutely can be double. |

Indeed it can. Here is the basic power formula

where V is voltage and I is current

Seeing as we're mainly playing with voltage and resistance (it never changes so its a known) we can move into the other power formulas

This shows that with a fixed resistance the power will actually increase quadratically making it possible for the power to double.

Stock 1.284V and the wattage is 144W which gives us an resistance of 0.008917 Ohms

Overclocking it to 1.5V and assuming the resistance stays the same (as it typically should though i dont know the actual properties) yields 252W.

This is an actual double in the power consumption, not near that of TPU's 440W, so either i'm off doing some basic calculations (again assuming resistance stays the same as the frequency increases) or someone at TPU dropped the ball on the actual wattage of this new cpu.