I am trying to get my hands on DN2800MT , but still waiting in line for boards to show up. As soon as I get this mobo I try to post some power figures.
Actually I am testing different power bricks for DH61AG . More Info to follow.
Edit . Quick test done.
Intel states that this board can take 19V +- 10 % , so I checked that . All test performed using 230V current and crappy power meter
Intel DH61AG board 2x1GB generic ram ,Intel mSATA SSD 40GB, Broadcom half-mini-PCIE WIFI card, 35W low-profile Intel HSF.
Results: Idle , 1080p playback , LinX
10 years old hp c8246a : 19V 3.16A 60W : 15-16W , 19-20W , 50-51W
Qoltec HPH006 (may be sold under different names in USA) 18.5V 4.9A 90W : 15W , 19-21W , 52-53W
FSP065-RAB 19V 3.42A 65W : 15W , 18-19W , 49-50W
Dell PA-3E 19.5V 4.62A : 16W , 19-21W , 50-53W
Conclusion : All bricks performed almost the same . But FSP looked most stable and dell brick carries worst price/performance ratio (new unit cost about $60 here in Poland while Qoltec can be bought for $18)
If anybody wants to shave some numbers , try to find MeanWell GS60 or GS90 bricks . These are industrial ac/dc adapters and will probably allow to decrease power usage by 2-3W
Last conclusion , my private undervolted G6950 with 4GB RAM and 2,5 inch 7200 HDD FSP PICO idles at 30W , and I thought that was "green".
Thanks to http://www.get-solid.pl
for providing bricks and mainboard.