I did some work on my desktop computer today. I haven't been using it since I moved into the Arctic Fox, it just sits under the dining room table collecting dust.
In my house it was my main computer that I used all the time, but in the Arctic Fox my 17 inch Asus laptop has become my main computer, it doesn't draw as many amps as the desktop does.
I built the desktop 4 or 5 years ago and used all top-of-the-line components so the motherboard and the graphics card are all Asus parts and the chip is a top-of-the-line Intel chip, ... at least it was 5 years ago. It has 32 gigs of RAM, the Intel chip is overclocked to 4.7 GHz, the operating system [ C drive ] is installed on a 250 gig SSD, and it has about 5 TB of hard drive space, The Intel chip is watercooled, and there's 12 fans cooling everything else. I call it the Black Hole because of all the money I put into it.
I had planned on it being my main computer in the Arctic Fox but when I plugged it in one night I found out that it draws about 20 something amps if it's doing anything at all. Now I can still use it in the daytime because the solar panels put out plenty of amps to run the desktop, but at night it's an amp hog and nighttime is mostly when I use a computer.
I don't know what's going to become of the Black Hole, it's big, it's heavy, eats too many amps and has no business being in an RV. It makes no more sense having the Black Hole in an RV that having a pet horse instead of a dog or a cat. But for now I'm stuck with a pet horse.