[SUPPORT VIDEO] How to Optimize the Battery Life of Your Razer Blade

Discussion in 'Systems' started by dekades, Oct 31, 2022.

  1. dekades

    dekades Community Cowboy Staff Member

    This video will guide you on how to optimize the battery life of your Razer Blade.

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  2. FaezzulFarhan

    FaezzulFarhan Well-Known Member

    Very useful tips! Thank you and keep it up RAZER!
  3. dodo_0

    dodo_0 Well-Known Member

    Helpful video for the newbies again.

    I want to add something that I don't see in the new laptops ( I don't know why) - Back in 2013 I had laptop Lenovo Y510p with GeForce GT 750M SLI (two video cards) there was a Lenovo program for performance and control on some things and one of them was to stop using my battery(it's like you take it off from the corpus but it's there ;D) if I want when the power adapter is plugged in. And that was very nice way to protect the lifespan of my battery and to have even great performance. I guess now on the new laptops it's made to do it automatic ? or ?
  4. piciusz2

    piciusz2 Well-Known Member

    nice tutorial, some of these these tips are aplicable to non razer laptops too
  5. samuel2050

    samuel2050 Well-Known Member

    Yes, it's useful to other laptops. Thanks, Razer.
  6. Gibson7

    Gibson7 Well-Known Member

    Thanks! although i don't have a razer laptop yet :big_grin_:
  7. devlincmk

    devlincmk Well-Known Member

    Nice one. Keep it up
  8. magictim

    magictim Well-Known Member

    Battery Life is always an issue
  9. TimRs

    TimRs Well-Known Member

    still too expensive for those existing issue
  10. Timothy321

    Timothy321 Well-Known Member

    It is Razer! Suppose it should not have any issue!
  11. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    There should be an option to limit battery charging up to 75/80% to increase battery longevity.
  12. aiyionman

    aiyionman Well-Known Member

    Nice! My only problem now is to get that laptop :)
  13. vaskivskyi

    vaskivskyi Well-Known Member

    Optimize battery life - don't use your battery :wink_:
  14. Natachat90

    Natachat90 Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Hello friends,

    Perfect tutorial to increase battery life, reduce our carbon footprint and limit energy crisis impact. :thumbsup:
    Earth loves you. :sparkling_heart:

    I heard your recommendation. :thumbsup:
    Also avoid being below 20%, especially avoid 0%.
  15. AlphaTay

    AlphaTay Well-Known Member

    Disabling the dGPU will result in the system being unable to communicate with the dGPU which includes going into low power states. This will cause the battery to drain.
  16. JETventureBurntUmber522

    JETventureBurntUmber522 Well-Known Member

    Depends on the laptop I guess. Some of them prevent you from overcharging it because it elongates the lifetime of the battery and makes it perform better for longer. I think some people have mentioned that already
  17. RacianVD

    RacianVD Well-Known Member

  18. Zekkee

    Zekkee Well-Known Member

    Thank you support!!
  19. .Surf.

    .Surf. Well-Known Member

    Good video, except from the Synapse options, these can be used on all laptops.
  20. pancholr

    pancholr Well-Known Member

    Nice Guide!!!
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