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07-26-2012 06:46 PM
The HPShopping site lists the 120w ve025aa#aba as an acceptable charger for the dv6-7014NR. But when you look at the page for that adapter the dv6 series is not listed. The sales people told me that the 120w is NOT acceptable on the dv6-7014 but I am looking for someone on the tehnical side to confirm that. That laptop has a 1080 display, bluray, discrete videocard, and core i7 among other things and I am thinking that configuration may in fact be accepable for the 120w adapter. Can someone please confirm one way or the other?
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07-26-2012 09:18 PM - last edited on 04-19-2016 10:48 AM by OscarFuentes
Check the link below for the notebook specifications :
07-26-2012 10:09 PM
You are quite right. The power brick looked more like a 90w size to me so I never even looked. It is in fact a 120w unit. So then the next question is, if I buy a travel brick will the 90w slim line (BT798AA) give enough juice to run and charge it when it is running hard or should i just get another 120 to be safe?
07-26-2012 10:34 PM
Just enter the below Part Number and get the adapter ordered, if you need another one.
Part Number: 645156-001, Price $ 51.40, Specifications: AC adapter (120-watt) - RC/V, slim form factor - With power factor correction (PFC) technology. Requires separate 3-wire AC power cord.
07-26-2012 11:33 PM
I am seeing a lot of 120w ve025aa chargers on the web that are 18.5v/6.5a and the charger that came with my PC is 19.5v/6.15a. I saw a comment from someone that the lower voltage can cause the voltage regulator on the laptop to work harder. Is this accurate? Should I worry about the voltage/amperage difference?
07-27-2012 12:08 AM
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