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Problem playing while unplugged

Geek_Shogunat
Level 7
Hi guys.

I've recently started to play games while the Laptop is unplugged. I noticed a fall in fps but that's not the subject, i don't really know how to describe it but it seems "Laggy" like when you are playing League of Legends and it kinda "freezes" but you have more than 100 fps -_- and less than 50 ping. I mean it is NOT my internet connection.

I think it is some problem with the display idk.

Thanks anyway.
ASUS ROG G750JX-MBSH1

CPU: i7-4700HQ @ 2.40 GHz.
MEMORY: 8 GB 800 MHz HYUNDAI RAM
GRAPHICS: GeForce GTX 770M 3 GB GDDR5 RAM
STORAGE: 128 GB SSD ADATA (OS) 1TB HDD 5400 RPM (STORAGE)
OS: WINDOWS 8.1 ENTERPRISE (x64)
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Darnassus
Status Under Review
Try search the forums for your inquiry.

Your answer however is that the G750 series isn't a laptop, it's more of a desktop replacement. The battery alone isn't enough to 'feed' the GPU enough power, so it goes into a low-power state sort of and waters down the performance. You can fix this by removing Power4Gear hybrid, but expect your battery to last much lesser.

This specific computer is at it's peak performance when plugged in.