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Is there a performance difference when using the battery or when having it plugged in

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Im wondering if theres a difference in performance if i have it connected to the charger vs being used with battery only because there a messege that appears when disconnecting something about graphics card bbla bla bla
 

MattyB

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Yes definitely. Depending on how you have your machine set up it will either throttle back the performance on your Nvidia/AMD card or more likely switch to the Intel integrated graphics. This is to conserve power.
 
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And btw,I have a SSD 256 gb installed ,Its sopost to boot up faster, but how can I use it so It will boot it up fast but safe my primary files in the hdd?
 

yikes81

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It will boot up faster. But times will depend on how many services are being loaded at startup. Also if you are using windows, the system automatically calculates a page swapping allocation which will affect performance. Ideally you should always maintain a minimum of 20% HDD availability to enjoy a decent user experience.

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Maelstrom

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You can set it up to where there is no difference, but don't be surprised if your in the middle of a game and your PC shuts off due to low battery. High performance settings will eat through your battery like it doesn't exist.
 
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