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    GL703GM Battery discharging while plugged in

    I have an Asus ROG Strix GL703GM-E5045T. I'm currently doing nothing more intensive than web browsing and watching Netflix, and my CPU and GPU temps are both in the forties, yet my battery is "plugged in, discharging", and the battery has gone down to 97%. Is this expected behaviour?
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    Yes, that's normal. It will stay around 95% usually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FULLMETALJACKET7 View Post
    Yes, that's normal. It will stay around 95% usually.
    Okay that's good to hear. Thanks.

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    GL703GM plugged in, discharging

    What about doing more intensive activities does it decrease even further? Myself and a couple of others have had similar problems, there's another thread on this issue. I did a battery calibration and adjusted some settings for when I play some games and it seems to have fixed the issue for now, but not sure if there is an underlying problem somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAZZYM View Post
    What about doing more intensive activities does it decrease even further? Myself and a couple of others have had similar problems, there's another thread on this issue. I did a battery calibration and adjusted some settings for when I play some games and it seems to have fixed the issue for now, but not sure if there is an underlying problem somewhere.
    When I game it does often go down to about 90% in maybe an hour or so of gaming. But I believe that's just because it needs more power than the charger is providing. It then always charges back up to 100% afterwards.

    I did Google to see if that was intended behaviour, and it seemed to be so I'm not worried about it.

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