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OMEN Laptop - 15-en0012ax

I'm barely getting an hour out of my laptop which is kinda ridiculous. I knew it was a gaming laptop so expected worse battery life but it's basically a desktop. Can't even take it to a cafe to do some basic work without having to immediately find a power plug. Pretty much see it drop 1-2% a minute.

Usually use chrome with 4-5 tabs but that's about it, not watching videos or anything.

Is this normal? If not is there anything else I can try?

 

Could anyone recommend a battery upgrade for this laptop if they have had a similar issue? It seems this one only comes with 45,460 mWh but I think it should still last longer than it is.

 

FYI:

There are no updates in the support assistant to be installed and have tried the battery drain although it does that on a regular anyway. I've also selected the integrated graphics as default in Nvidia control panel and manually disable my GPU just to be sure.

Model: OMEN Laptop 15-en0xxx

CPU: Ryzen 7 4800H

GPU: GTX 1650 Ti

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Figured it out...

 

Went into BIOS (F10 on boot) and disabled virtualisation and battery saver. Now I'm getting a fair bit more out of it.

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Figured it out...

 

Went into BIOS (F10 on boot) and disabled virtualisation and battery saver. Now I'm getting a fair bit more out of it.

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