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    During my test I only made "screenshots" with my smartphone. But I guess it is sufficient enough.
    First the ones without battery
    Miniatura de Adjuntos Miniatura de Adjuntos no batt_bf1_IMG_7455_sm.jpg  

    no batt_bf1_IMG_7455_detail.jpg  

    no batt_bf4_IMG_7458_sm.jpg  

    no batt_bf4_IMG_7458_detail.jpg  

    no batt_bf14_IMG_7459_sm.jpg  


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    And with the battery connected

    Fox
    Miniatura de Adjuntos Miniatura de Adjuntos with batt_bf1_IMG_7464_detail.jpg  

    with batt_bf1_IMG_7464_sm.jpg  

    with batt_bf4_IMG_7471_detail.jpg  

    with batt_bf4_IMG_7471_sm.jpg  

    with batt_bf14_IMG_7472_sm.jpg  


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    Lease STALEY

    What tool is that, that you are using for the on screen overlay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iFoxRomeo View Post
    That was my plan. But I had not time for that yesterday. Your assumtion is unfortunately wrong. The performance drops without battery
    But now here are my results, all with external monitor @1440p g-sync.

    At first with battery connected @100%

    BF1
    168W powerdraw
    ~83fps
    good frametimes

    BF4
    167W powerdraw
    ~87fps
    good frametimes

    Now battery disconnected:

    BF1
    150W powerdraw
    ~71fps
    very bad frametimes, microstutters

    BF4
    151W pd
    ~77fps
    bad frametimes, microstutter

    Summary:
    Performance drops ~15% and additional microstutters despite g-sync.

    Fox
    What?
    Why does the laptop reduce powerdraw when the battery is removed?
    The PSU is rated for 180W so it should maintain the same powerdraw minus the additional from the battery.
    Man. I need to do some testing with my laptop is here.

    Has anyone heard from Asus regarding this?
    **

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    Daggasoft:

    No separate software in Battlefield 4 and 1.
    Open the console "^" and type "perfoverlay.drawgraph 1"
    For ingame fps "perfoverlay.drawfps 1"

    Peggy:

    Yes that is really strange.


    I`ll do some further testing as soon as time permits.

    Fox

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    Quote Originally Posted by iFoxRomeo View Post
    Daggasoft:

    No separate software in Battlefield 4 and 1.
    Open the console "^" and type "perfoverlay.drawgraph 1"
    For ingame fps "perfoverlay.drawfps 1"

    Peggy:

    Yes that is really strange.


    I`ll do some further testing as soon as time permits.

    Fox
    I would like to see the results of the tests.
    Thank you for your time and effort

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    Newcomer

    I just got mine almost a week now and I'm experiencing the discharge as well. I think the discharge is slower or it doesn't discharge if I set it to airplane mode + no backlit keyboard and screen brightness is set to around 25% or so. I'm still investigating this behavior though. I hope this is just a software related issue

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    Right now, I'm really not all that concerned about the discharge issue. Based on the drain I've seen, it'll take me 10 hours to fully drain under load. As an adult with a full time job and a kid on the way - that's never gonna happen (as much as I wish it would).

    My bigger concern about this is the astounding lack of response/support from ASUS on this. I've got open tickets about this issue (via VIP, via email, and via this bloody forum's PM) that hasn't even been replied to in two weeks. Their phone support team literally told me they could not help me. Not an exaggeration.

    I love the GL502VS, but I would highly encourage anyone shopping for a computer to go get something else - MSI, Clevo, Alienware, whatever. It's nigh impossible for their support to be worse then what ASUS currently provides.

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    why don't you guys buy the 230 watt power supply from the G752VS ??? if it fits

    Maybe you can get Asus to send you one after complaining

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    I haven't fully tested my GL502VS but there is a new BIOS released a few days ago.
    It's a bit disappointing to see Asus not being able to address this issue but I think they are working on the problem.
    The problem with the 230W adapter which this laptop really needs is that the plug is physically bigger so they need to release one for this model.
    So far, I'm quite happy with the thermals and noise level on this laptop.
    I will do some testing/gaming to get back to everyone.

    And haha, gaming for 10 hours = you won't get to do it when you start working*

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