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New Asus N550JV-DB71 (Gaming on Battery) Issue

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by v-4abrew, Aug 9, 2013.

  1. v-4abrew

    v-4abrew Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello,

    I am have a brand new Asus N550JV laptop and I updated the BIOS and all the drivers. I play Wizard101 online and I noticed that runs perfectly while plugged in using the AC Adapter. However, when I remove the AC and just run on the battery it is so slow and lagging its not funny!

    I did set this game to auto use the Nvidia 750M instead of the Intel one. Anyone have any ideas as to why its doing this or having problems like this?

    I have checked my power save etc, its all on high and set to give me max performance.

    Thanks!

    Anthony
     
  2. columbosoftserve

    columbosoftserve Notebook Evangelist

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    When running on battery both the CPU and GPU will downclock to save power. The only way to play any game at its max potential is to be plugged in. This is common with all laptops.
     
  3. v-4abrew

    v-4abrew Notebook Enthusiast

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    That's not true, my last laptop was an HP Envy 17-3270nr and it worked PERFECTLY on battery no issues what so ever while running the Wizard101 game. Something is off, wonder if I should test the NVidia Driver instead of using the one from Asus.
     
  4. HTWingNut

    HTWingNut Mostly Harmless...

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  5. v-4abrew

    v-4abrew Notebook Enthusiast

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    CPU was not running slow, so wrong answer. I updated the NVidia Drivers from there Website, changed a few more power settings and now I can play Wizard101 without ANY lagging or slowness. This is "NOT" a high end game at all and doesn't even require much to run it. I figured it out, close closed.
     
  6. MrDJ

    MrDJ Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    an expert with an attitude. if you come here for advise try to be a bit more courteous to members offering advise even if its not to your liking.
    running any game on battery that uses the dedicated gpu is the easiest way to kill the battery early.
     
  7. columbosoftserve

    columbosoftserve Notebook Evangelist

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    ^ My thoughts as well.
     
  8. Kallogan

    Kallogan Notebook Deity

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    That thread was funny
     
  9. lebronesque6

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    +1 to this
     
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