I don't have any experience concerning this matter. Here is a recent thread.
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Please check your battery charge level too since it's normal for the battery to stop charging when the level is 95% and above as mentioned in the FAQ below.
If you're saying it's normal for battery to discharge by at most 10% in the short span I do gaming, then that's quite telling of bad hardware. I just needed to know if I'm being provided enough by my 180 watt adapter, not how batteries work. And if it isn't enough, is the solution as simple as getting a new adapter or is there a necessary BIOS change as I have quoted from the link of another thread in my earlier post
Hi, love this new laptop of mine. I have the 1060 version, but I was wondering how come the laptop sometimes states "plugged in, discharging". I searched around the net and read that different versions of ASUS laptops before were provided chargers that aren't able to provide enough wattage to those laptop models. I was wondering if this was the same for the GM501 and if there's any way to fix this problem (e.g. get a different adapter that provides the greater wattage, change the BIOS to accommodate the different wattage being received from said stronger adapter, etc.)