I squre R. It has something to do with hardware buses but I don't know excactly... so if someone could post some links I would be thankful. I have to write a paer about it to school.
Well I think it poinst towards the physic formula for joule-heat: Q=I^2R Where: Q is the amount of heat produced in W I is the amperage R is the resistance.
My dual-PSU PC is so powerfull that the neighbourhood dims when I turn it on
That's pretty much it. Its the formula for electrical power, but most of the time when someone says it in that phrase " I-squared-R", they are referring to power losses in the circuit due to the resistance of the conductor. It escapes in the form of heat.
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