Energy Star

A Nobilis ENERGY STAR certified PC with Intel® Core™ technology combines break-through processing speeds and advanced power-saving features to help you do more in less time while lowering your energy bill.

Nobilis PCs that meet ENERGY STAR Version 6.0 feature carefully selected component options, a power supply with a minimum efficiency rating 85% and are configured to reduce the amount of energy it consumed by going into a low-power “sleep mode” after a designated period of inactivity.

What is ENERGY STAR?

ENERGY STAR is the trusted, government-backed symbol for energy efficiency that helps us all save money and protect the environment through energy-efficient products and practices.

Using energy-efficient PCs reduces energy consumption which in turn reduces greenhouse gas emissions and lowers your energy bill.

ENERGY STAR 6.0 qualified desktops assure you that the PC you purchase meets stringent TEC (typical energy consumption) requirements in “off” and “idle” modes of operation while maintaining function and connectivity. Power management settings are enabled that place computers (CPU, hard drive, network connection and display) into low-power “sleep modes” after designated periods of inactivity. Pressing a key on the keyboard or moving the mouse awakens the computer in a matter of seconds.

i3101G

Standard ENERGY STAR desktop
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i3302G

Enterprise-class ENERGY STAR desktop
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Nobilis I3101G and I3302G desktops are certified in the following categories.

Product CategoryCriteriaRequirements (max. based on config.)

Desktop Category I1

dual core CPU < 3.0Ghz integrated graphics, E-TEC MAX* 151.68

Desktop Category I2

dual core CPU > 3.0GHz integrated graphics, E-TEC MAX* 151.68

Desktop Category I3

quad core CPU integrated graphics, E-TECMAX* 174.68

Desktop Category D1

dual core CPU discrete graphics, E-TECMAX* 205.68

Desktop Category D2

quad core discrete graphics, E-TECMAX* 225.68

* Note: E-TECMAX is a calculated value represented in units of kWh and represents the estimated annual energy consumption for that hardware configuration.