Nothing specific, but the E-33 was about 3300 HP and the E-44 was 4400. The E-44a was somewhat higher.
The 33 and 44 used ignitron rectifiers, the 44a was solid state, literally a few hundred diodes chained together
One thing about the 33 and 44 was that the cooling water on the ignitrons had to be very pure, as it directly contacted the traction circuit via the tube cathodes (which were water cooled).
BTW, the 44 has two pans on the roof. Many people don't realize that.
Too bad they were all retired, the 44s had a long life ahead of them, I suspect that if Conrail hadn't thrown in the towel on electric (and with today's oil prices...), you'd still see them out there...