ESPORTSREPORTER.COM / FRANK FILIPPAZZO – STAFF WRITER / SEPTEMBER 12TH, 2021 /
PC Gaming is about to get a whole lot less competitive for certain states like California, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, and Vermont. Newly-passed power consumption laws have limited power consumption for gaming consumers. For example, certain Alienware PCs will not be available in the above-listed states because they use too much power.
At its core, gaming computers can be used for anything that a regular computer can be used for. Gaming PCs are a lot like regular computers, however, they have a faster CPU to keep up with fast pasting computer graphics.
Energy-saving bills have been nothing new in recent progressives politics of the state. Back in 2016, California Energy Commission passed a similar bill: the Appliance Efficiency Regulations, which limited the amount of energy that can be used, mainly lighting.
The main difference between these newer regulations is that it regulates electricity for computers. Computer mega-giant company Dell is taking the loss the hardest with its Alienware Aurora R12 Gaming Desktop with the 11th Gen Intel Core Processor. Only one of its Alienware computers will be available in all 50 states and that’s the one without the 11th Gen Core Processor.
California’s progressive Bill Title 20 was the first to get the ball rolling. Neighboring West Coast states like Washington, Oregon, and Hawaii followed shortly after, and another progressive state on the East Coast, Vermont, started where western coalition states followed.
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