I actually think that you can reduce your cost per hour of internet use simply by making sure the math is correct. By my calcualtions, 7700 watts at $0.08 per kw/h is $0.62 rather than $6.16.

Or, if I am wrong, what I can say with certainty, is that if you calculate 2,640 W as costing $0.22, then 7,700 W does not cost $6.16 unless you have a hefty bump in the cost of energy somewhere after 3,000 watts.

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