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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array StarJack's Avatar
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    Working very well on my GL702VMK now, staying around 59%. I was thinking it was something added with the second generation models (VMK vs VM etc.) but that would have one assume the GL702VS would not work, and the GL702VSK would. But someone with a GL702VS says their's is working. Not sure what is doing the trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarJack View Post
    Working very well on my GL702VMK now, staying around 59%. I was thinking it was something added with the second generation models (VMK vs VM etc.) but that would have one assume the GL702VS would not work, and the GL702VSK would. But someone with a GL702VS says their's is working. Not sure what is doing the trick.

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    I think your right. I have the 6700HQ , I wonder if it has to do with having a last gen CPU

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    Any alternative?

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    Ive tried to get it to worjk on my gl702 vm, the software will let me check any box, but the laptop will still charge to 100%, even after ive let the battery run down to sub 50%
    Last edited by timoat; 05-15-2018 at 06:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmohamed2 View Post
    unfortunately, not working on GL553VD
    I test it, doesn't worked on gl553vd.

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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array tap002 PC Specs
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    Works for me. I set it at 60%, however it will charge 1 to 2% when booting up if I don't log into windows immediately or when windows runs updates. Does this happen to anyone else?
    Last edited by tap002; 09-14-2018 at 09:28 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peneoark View Post
    I installed some drivers from the Asus site, and my GL703VD now has available options for this application. My battery always shows 100% though. Not sure if this is normal with this app.
    I believe it should show the proper value. For instance, on my GL702VMK, I have been using the 60% maximum lifespan mode and it has kept my battery between 58 and 60% since I installed it. Not sure if it is actually working for you tbh.

    Great little application though, it's a shame ASUS hasn't released it for the majority of their notebooks.


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    Nice utility, installed it this morning and it keeps the charge at 60% in max lifespan mode on my gl702vs.

    As Starjack said Asus should release it for all notebooks that support it.
    Last edited by Stpa67; 09-16-2018 at 11:30 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitemare View Post
    Available in Microsoft Store too, just search for "asus battery".

    I have GL702VMK for slightly more than a year. Too bad I couldn't find this app earlier - HWiNFO64 says that battery has had only 13 cycles, but wear level is already ~10% (capacity has dropped from 76Wh to ~68Wh).

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    The % threshold values do seem somewhat arbitrary, though I'm unsure if that makes much real difference.

    But the fact that a "smart" control system consistently oversees battery charging/discharging will likely make a significant difference on battery longevity. It's a good idea - especially since it provides user preferences on balancing priorities/tradeoffs - I'm honestly surprised I've never encountered it in any other mobile devices.

    It does seem to work in practice, yes? Or maybe it doesn't? I couldn't find any decent reviews about it.
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