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ChrisMab1
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HP VR Backpack G2 gives only half the FPS when in external battery mode

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HP VR Backpack G2
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We were developing with the docking station and now for testing we used the battery packs only. There we encountered a significant FPS frop from 75 to 35. I don't think that should be normal. Batteries are fine and fully charged. Can somebody explain what might cause this? Thanks in advance.

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ChrisMab1
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Energy Options-> Processor Energy Management-> Minimum Performance State: to 100%

 

Default settings are 5%.

Problem solved.

 

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itsmyname
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Most computers with a battery honour the Windows "power settings". So, if the settings are to "maximize battery life", rather than "maximize performance", your FPS will drop.

 

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Energy Options-> Processor Energy Management-> Minimum Performance State: to 100%

 

Default settings are 5%.

Problem solved.

 

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