Razer Blade Battery Life

Discussion in 'Systems' started by iamck, Dec 29, 2015.

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  1. iamckhehe

    iamckhehe Member

    Hi guys ,

    Can i check how long does your blade 100% last depending on what you are doing with ?
    eg : gaming , normal browsing , videos

    my can last around 4 hours normal usage. & slightly more than 1 hour when gaming..
    also my blade tends to heat up quite abit on the right when gaming..

    Also can someone share tips on how to maximise the battery life ( through charging methods )

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Upgrade to Windows 10.

    When on the battery, which power settings are you using? For maintained battery life we suggest using the power saver or balanced mode to increase the duration of the battery life. If you are using these modes and still having issues, then the issue you are experiencing is typically a bug within Windows and not necessarily an issue with the Blade itself. To resolve the issue, please open device manager and find the batteries section and expand it. From there, find the device with "ACPI" in the name and right click and uninstall it. Then turn off the Blade and let it sit and charge for about 4 hours. After about 4 hours, remove the AC adapter from the Blade and try to turn the Blade on, let it get into Windows or until it turns off and then plug the Blade in and let it continue to charge for a while longer. If it makes it into Windows, let it charge until 100%.
     
  3. mike89conde

    mike89conde Member

    my 2014 razer blade 14 has roughly the same battery life. 4-5 hours non-gaming. just minimize screen brightness, keyboard brightness, and turn on battery saver.
     
  4. BenjaminVien95

    BenjaminVien95 Active Member

    I own the 2014 model, I am barely getting 3 hours out of mine with low screen brightness and low kb backlight.
     
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  5. Clickophobia

    Clickophobia Member

    Currently using the Blade Pro 2015, full powered gaming: 1-2 hours depending on how intensive the game is. Doing schoolwork ( PowerPoint, Word, Excel, etc. ) with the brightness on 50% and the lighting effects still active around 2-3 hours, I'd wager everything low you'd get 4- 5 and a half or 6 hours.
     
  6. If the blade allows it, downloading software that lets you undervolt/under clock the CPU and GPU will yeild in a small performance hit, but significantly more battery time. Also, lower screen brightness in the control panel and if the game looks too dark, raise the contrast or gamma. So you'll be able to see stuff but use less power.
     
  7. hitWengebook177

    hitWengebook177 New Member

    Undervolting a CPU doesn't incur a performance hit. You're not changing clock speeds.

    Think of it this way:
    When you overclock a CPU, you increase voltage so that you're feeding your CPU just barely enough voltage for it to operate and be stable at the higher clock frequency.

    Undervolting is doing the exact same thing, but with stock CPU clock speeds. You're just reducing the amount of voltage being fed to the CPU, so that the CPU only gets barely enough voltage for the CPU to operate and be stable.

    Undervolting can result in cooler-running laptops that get slightly longer battery life.
     
  8. modallogic

    modallogic Member

    looking forward to seeing the performance and battery life of the stealth
     
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