First for all take a look at this tool as it will add it up for you http://extreme.outervision.com/PSUEngine and advise you on the minimal PSU you need. Most people think that the TDP (Thermal Design Power) is the power that it needs but that isnt the case. TDP really is the amount of cooling that you need to keep the processor runing well. So if you are using the Intel Core i7-2600, a basic board with no special features, 2 sticks of DDR 3 memory, no video card, an SATA HDD and a DVD-RW you should be able to run off a 208w+ PSU (If and that is a big "IF" it is a good quality PSU).
I am not building my system this is a prebuild system from alienware and there is nothing i can change before ordering except the CPU
So for your better understanding I am considering ones i have the system on my hands to upgrade the graphique card and having such small PSU 330 wats
I must make calculations of many things heat and max power in full load, that is why i need to get the number's of the 2 cpus i have mentioned and yes i did my searching and haven't found what i am asking max power consumption in full load while gaming of such CPUs
Think that the Intel Core i5-2320 and the Intel Core i5-2500K should have the same or very close to the same wattage at idle and max draw and the same with the Intel Core i7-2600 and Intel Core i7-2600K. For more than this you can try to give our technical support a call at 916-377-7000 and they might have some resource that I dont know of to find this out.