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Does lower wattage cause fps issues in cut scene for games 135 to 90 watts

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Pavilion Gaming Laptop 15-cx0xxx
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My laptop came with a 135 watt charger and it finally stop working. Went to the store to get a new one. Guy at the store said this 90 watt universal charge should have no problems but my laptop is not running like it was before I changed chargers.

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indeed @BattleBrther40k , I agree with @banhien  , I do not even understand that we have indicated that to you!
Some time ago, I saw that for some models, the graphics card being too powerful for the power of the original charger, hp provided a much more powerful adapter.
So the reverse, no, no power, the board can not work normally

ask for the replacement!


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@BattleBrther40k 

 

Definitely this is one of the cause. In many cases machines will tell you the performance will drop and would take ages to charge batteries.

 

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Hello
indeed @BattleBrther40k , I agree with @banhien  , I do not even understand that we have indicated that to you!
Some time ago, I saw that for some models, the graphics card being too powerful for the power of the original charger, hp provided a much more powerful adapter.
So the reverse, no, no power, the board can not work normally

ask for the replacement!


Please remember to mark the answers this can help other users
please click on the accept as solution button if message provided an answer to the problem >

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