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OMEN COMMAND CENTER missing PERFORMANCE mode

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OMEN by HP Laptop 15-dc1093tx
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Hi, i recently purchased the OMEN by HP Laptop 15-dc1093tx, in the OMEN COMMAND CENTER under peformance command, there are only two options available.

1. Default

2. Comfort 

but the performance command is missing,

Please confirm me if you removed the command  from the new updates or is it just for my system.

 

BIOS I have F.16

OMEN CENTER I have 9.9.10.0

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@Rronin wrote:

How to I find out that my device falls under "Performance mode is available on certain configurations only." this category or not?


I wont argue why HP does what it does, I can only answer your specific question as was told to me by HP.

Omen laptops with hardware configurations that utilize a 200w or larger power adapter, will have Performance Mode.

Laptops whose power demands that are lower that 200w, do not require Performance mode.

Example: GPU's 1660ti, 1060/2060, 1070/2070 are included with 200w configurations and would have Performance Mode available. Lower demanding configurations with a 1050,  1050ti, 1660 do not.

No, there is no documentation written by HP to show this other than the maintenance manual.

 

The Experts on this forum like myself are volunteers, not HP employees.

Hope that helps a little. Thanks.

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@Rronin 

 

Your machine may NOT have the option/feature. Please note

 

   Performance mode optimizes gaming performance by dynamically allocating power between the CPU and GPU. Performance mode is available on certain configurations only.

 

More info:

 

      https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c05387497

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BH
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still no sign of performance  modestill no sign of performance modeIf my machine does  NOT have the option/feature,

What's the point of the Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-9750H CPU @ 2.60GHz

Why would hp ever give two graphic devices i.e.

1. Intel(R) UHD Graphics 630,

2.NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650.

and still call it as a gaming laptop without having this option/feature. 

 

How to I find out that my device falls under "Performance mode is available on certain configurations only." this category or not?

 

my machine falls under the last columnmy machine falls under the last column

 

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@Rronin wrote:

How to I find out that my device falls under "Performance mode is available on certain configurations only." this category or not?


I wont argue why HP does what it does, I can only answer your specific question as was told to me by HP.

Omen laptops with hardware configurations that utilize a 200w or larger power adapter, will have Performance Mode.

Laptops whose power demands that are lower that 200w, do not require Performance mode.

Example: GPU's 1660ti, 1060/2060, 1070/2070 are included with 200w configurations and would have Performance Mode available. Lower demanding configurations with a 1050,  1050ti, 1660 do not.

No, there is no documentation written by HP to show this other than the maintenance manual.

 

The Experts on this forum like myself are volunteers, not HP employees.

Hope that helps a little. Thanks.

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