Razer Battery Health Charging

Discussion in 'Systems' started by slexaye, Nov 29, 2018.


Would you like to see this feature implemented?

  1. Yes

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  1. slexaye

    slexaye New Member

    Posting this here in the hope that it gets more exposure and implemented faster.

    ASUS has a program called ASUS Battery Health Charging which lets you set the limit you want to charge your laptop up to (60%, 80% and 100%). I think this is very useful to prolong the health of the battery as I want to leave my Blade plugged in while gaming but don't want to fully charge it to 100%.

    Will Razer be coming up with a similar program in the near future?
  2. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Is that really needed? I’m literally plugging my Blade on the wall socket since Blade 2015 at home, there’s such function on windows its self limiting battery before reaching its full to avoid overcharging.
    813A2060-23FA-473C-B14B-C0E20479E23E.jpeg My old Blade battery wear before I sold it, it was only around 30 minutes after around 2 years usage from 4 hours to 3,5 hours. And Blade 15 after almost 6 months usage is 0 wear, if HWinfo64 or my reading right. Windows still can show 8 hours battery marks on battery saver mode like on first month owning it.
  3. slexaye

    slexaye New Member

    Yes I do believe that it is needed as charging it to 99% or even 90% would stress the battery. Can't remember where I read it from but there is a "crowded room theory" for battery charging where it would be very hard to put extra people in a crowded room and so more energy has to be expended to charge a battery fully to 100%.

    I intend to use my Blade for a long time so I hope to prolong the battery lifespan as much as possible so that it can still be a portable gaming powerhouse.
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