Razer Blade Pro 2017 Battery Bulge

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  1. rinneh

    rinneh Notebook Virtuoso

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    MSI's and current Alienwares also use these pouch type lithium polymer batteries. Are there any cases known where it happened within those laptops as well?

    edit: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=265572.0

    Well seems that MSI'sa re also plagued by this.
     
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    If I can remember correctly, the battery in the MSI GT80s/GT83 was not a pouch-type LiPo....
     
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    Yeah they only seem to use it in the GS series.
     
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    Sorry to bump an old post. Found this thread after a google search when I found out my battery was bulging.

    Another google search found a website that sells replacements of the same model. On the label, the 4th line says it's model: F1.
    https://www.laptop-battery-shop.com/razer-f1-rz090165-114v-8700mah-original-batteries-p-5926.html

    Haven't made a purchase yet, but think it's worth looking at if you really need a replacement. The only one I've seen so far.

    If you don't need the battery, undervolting your system should help with high loads. I'm currently using Prime95 and FurMark to cure some thermal compound and have no issues with power draw.

    Hope this may help someone who happens this issue, and thank you all so much for the helpful info in the previous pages.
     
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    Just had the same issue with my RBP 2017 model. Returned for a refund but still tempted by the laptops general awesomeness.. I know it shouldn't have these problems, but does any other laptop come close to packing the same punch within such a small form factor. Any ideas what's in store for Q4 2018?
     
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    The rbp isnt that thin.... But the smaller the laptop, the more heat issues it will have and heat is the ultimate battery killer.
     
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