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amaanbilal17
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My Games Lag When Not Plugged In

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Hp Pavilion Au114tx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
First Of All My Laptop Specs

Core i5 7th Gen(2.5GHz,up to 3.1Ghz,3MB cache,2cores)
Nvidia 940Mx 4gb DDR3
8gb DDR4-2133 SDRAM(1*8 GB)
1TB 5400rpm SATA

My Issue Is Whenever My Laptop Isn't Plugged My Games Lag A Lot But When I Plyg It In They Run Smooth

So Can Anyone Tell Me How To Fix It...........
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@amaanbilal17

 

Although the system is not perfectly equipped for gaming, the following adjustments might be helpful to pull out some extra power when the system is running on battery:

 

Windows key > Settings > Power > Next to your plan: Change Plan Settings >

Change advanced power settings >

Scroll down, open Processor power management >

Adjust settings in each sub-category for both On battery and Plugged in >

OK

 

In particular, be aware that changing the minimum and / or processor state on battery may substantially change battery how long the battery lasts under load

 

 

In addition, consider altering the minimum / maximum settings for other categories.

 

Example:

  • Intel(R) Graphics Settings (or other graphics card in your system)
  • Display > Display Brightness
  • Display > Enable adaptive brightness > OFF for both battery and plugged-in

 

If you are running on Wireless:

 

Windows 7:  

Start > Control Panel > set icon view > Power Options >

OR Windows key + X > O (Opens the Power Options) >

Select (your) plan > Change Plan Settings >

Change advanced power Settings >

Scroll down and Open Wireless Adapter Settings >

Click Power Saving Mode >>

Adjust Power settings for On battery and for Plugged in Options 

 

 

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Dragon-Fur

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