No it won't .daftmike wrote: Actually it is correct, current != power.

In most cases, a system run with a lower voltage will consume less power.

A system running on less voltage consumes more power. I have done real life tests on all systems and screens that I have.

Gamecube results :

At 12v the Gamecube draws an average of 1.5A

14.8v will draw 1.2A

11.1v will draw 1.6A

7.4v will draw 2.45A

3.5" DealExtreme results :

At 4.5v it draws around 122mA

At 7.5v it draws around 88mA

At 12 v it draws around 71mA

It's like water running through a pipe. The diameter of the pipe is the voltage, how fast the water is running is the amperage. When the pipe gets smaller the water runs faster. So as the volts go down the amps get faster or go up.

A device takes a certain amount of energy to work, ie Watts. Watts is volts x amps. So if we need 12 watts to get a device to work let's say it is 12v and 1a or 12watts = 12v x 1a. If we lower the Volts to 6v what amount of amps will it draw to get 12 watts? 2 amps. 12 watts = 6v x 2a . Thats how electricity works

This is the reason we use super high voltage AC current for our power lines, less amperage