My FPS keeps dropping to 10 when playing/using heavy games/software on battery

Oct 26, 2018
2
0
10
0
(1 second interval) 60-60-60-60-10-10-10-60-60-60-60-10-10-10
I set everything on its maximum performance
when I checked it on task manager, my cpu usage looks like this:
https://imgur.com/Ds7x6Bc
No power setting on bios, help

 
Well that is pretty normal. Especially if the battery is either older or aftermarket.

You can try going into "Control Panel" and then "Power Options". Next click the "Change plan settings" link next to which ever plan you are currently using and then click "Change advance power settings". Check all the options listed for the plan you are using and make sure everything is set to where you want it. Should that not help, the I would look at possibly needing a new battery.
 
Well that is pretty normal. Especially if the battery is either older or aftermarket.

You can try going into "Control Panel" and then "Power Options". Next click the "Change plan settings" link next to which ever plan you are currently using and then click "Change advance power settings". Check all the options listed for the plan you are using and make sure everything is set to where you want it. Should that not help, the I would look at possibly needing a new battery.
 
Oct 26, 2018
2
0
10
0


It's all on its maximum. Guess I'll need a new battery :)
 
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