The power use is determined by the components in the PC, not the PSU. As you haven't shared a list of components with us, no one can estimate that for you.
Power supply calculators exist to allow you to specify a PSU that's adequate to supply the maximum possible load of the components. If the PSU is rated much higher than that, the power consumption should be about the same, excepting differences in efficiency.
Your load at idle may be much less than the maximum, especially if you have a high-powered (300W) graphics card.
There are meters that can be placed between the PC and the mains that will tell you how much power you're using. They are not inexpensive, though: roughly $100US.