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    Quote Originally Posted by r33fd View Post
    I understand but why my friends with g55vw and gtx660m says they can play very well on battery ?
    Is it because of kepler ?
    Ah, okay I don't understand, on G55 for me it is fine on battery with high performance. Sorry, I am not sure what the issue is.

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    Wow, I though I was the only one who had notice this. On my G75VW BHI7 once gaming on the battery, I notice a lot of FPS drop...but plugged in it ran like a champ.

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    I found that when I switch to power saver I can constantly get 30 FPS , but if I put it to any other plan I get 60 FPS when the games starts and then it drops to 10-15 !

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    If you want to up the power a bit I recommend EVGA Precision X and Intel's Extreme Tuning Utility to add a couple FPS! 3DMark11 scores have generally been 3100 for me, not too crazy but I'm playing Medal of Honor Warfighter and Battlefield 3 at 1080p

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmyMP View Post
    If you want to up the power a bit I recommend EVGA Precision X and Intel's Extreme Tuning Utility to add a couple FPS! 3DMark11 scores have generally been 3100 for me, not too crazy but I'm playing Medal of Honor Warfighter and Battlefield 3 at 1080p
    Yeah I want to try the Intel XTU thingy to see if it will work on my G55 and see what happens. Nvidia Inspector is fine for GPU overclocking, +200-300mhz core, +200-300 mhz mem (of course, +200 +200 is about nice for stability and overclock with Hawken... only game I've tested so far)

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    No, I don't think the machine is only able to produce 10-15 FPS because as I said I get 30 FPS when using power saving plan, vsynk and all settings at maximum !
    I think is some kind of limitation (possibly in BIOS or I don't know) .
    It happens like this : when it reaches 40 FPS or higher and on battery the screen flicker for 1 second then it plays at 10-15 FPS almost all time.
    What do you think ?

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    I have the G75VW, and I had this same problem until I tried playing with battery saving mode. It plays games just fine on the battery. I was playing BF3 at the mall on the battery for about 30 minutes without problems. If you try to play a graphically intense game with max performance setting enabled, you will notice a huge frame drop every 5 seconds or so. So just use battery saving mode in Power4Gear, and you are good to go!

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