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gaming while charging laptop

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Pavilion 15-CS3073CL
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I bought Pavilion 15-CS3073Cl a week ago, and I love this laptop. But a problem is that when I play League of Legends, I can only play for a bit more than an hour, even when the laptop is fully charged. 

 

I have seen a lot of post that said it is ok to play game while charging up. Is it really ok? Will it affect my battery on a long term run?

 

Also, can I remove the battery from the laptop?

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@Huy_Nguyen 

 

To get full performance when gaming, you need to use Main (AC). Running on battery alone will kill battery sooner because you need to charge battery more and the life of battery will be shorter when charging cycles go up.

 

You can remove battery and run on AC only, but the down side is when suddenly loosing power your machine may face unpredictable damages.

 

Please use the following guide to keep battery healthy


             https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c01297640


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BH
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@Huy_Nguyen 

 

To get full performance when gaming, you need to use Main (AC). Running on battery alone will kill battery sooner because you need to charge battery more and the life of battery will be shorter when charging cycles go up.

 

You can remove battery and run on AC only, but the down side is when suddenly loosing power your machine may face unpredictable damages.

 

Please use the following guide to keep battery healthy


             https://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c01297640


Regards.

BH
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Thanks for the answer.

 

I have one more question: Is it ok for me to keep my laptop plugged in when I use it, and remove the AC when I don't use it?

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