Preserving battery health

Discussion in 'Razer Support' started by hacky-hh, Sep 12, 2021.

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  1. hacky-hh

    hacky-hh New Member

    There are lots of threads reporting bloated / swollen / bulged batteries. One way might be, to limit the SoC (state of charge) to 80% in normal situations, but Razer does not provide a function like that. Another approach may be to charge more gentle.

    When my Blade 15 Advanced (2021) is charging, battery get's pretty hot, indicating that the battery is charged at a high C-rate. Together with heavy load on GPU / CPU, this may be an unhealthy situation boosting battery degradation.

    So my current workaround is using an USB-C GaN charger to power the Blade whenever possible. Razer provides one with a total of 130 W (100 W max output on a single port) but you also find smaller and more reasonably priced chargers out there with 100 Watts like the "Baseus QC5.0 USB C 100W GAN II" charger

    When using this, the power provided by the power supply is high enough for most tasks, but charging is significantly slower, keeping the battery cooler. I am pretty sure that this will help to give the battery a longer life time.
     
    Last edited: Sep 12, 2021
  2. kartal199

    kartal199 New Member

    u are right
     
  3. kartal199

    kartal199 New Member

    Hi i want to ask u
     
  4. kartal199

    kartal199 New Member

    how are you
     
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