Acer Nitro 5 ANA515-43Lagging" When Disconnecting Charger

BunEBunE Member Posts: 37 Die Hard
edited June 21 in Nitro and Aspire Gaming
The lag is similar to when you get thermal throttling but it lasts indefinitely and I've only managed it fix it by replugging my laptop but it can happen again. I don't know the conditions for it to happens, but I think it's kinda like a 50/50 of happening. Also, the of my laptop is "wliggles".

Specs: Acer NItro 5 ANA515-43

CPU: Ryzen 5
GPU: RX 560X
Memory: 8 GB (2x4 dual channel) 
Storage: 1 TB HDD
OS: Windows 10 20H2 19042.1052

Thread was edited to add model name to the title



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  • LeostatLeostat Member Posts: 1,752 Community Aficionado
    That's normal, all the components throttle while on battery power as to not wreck the battery :) it's not possible to run things at full speed if not on ac
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    I'm a UK based techi, so apologies if my help links are for the UK region site! 
  • EaswarEaswar Ally Posts: 2,244
    Hi BunE,

    # Try to update the battery driver

    1. Hold windows key and hit letter X.
    2. Choose the device manager option.
    3. Go with the option battery.
    4. Under the title battery.

    5. Right click on that option ----> Update all driver under the title battery.
    6. Choose "search automatically". 

    Check this T/S and post the result. ​
  • BunEBunE Member Posts: 37 Die Hard
    BunE said:
    The lag is similar to when you get thermal throttling but it lasts indefinitely and I've only managed it fix it by replugging my laptop but it can happen again. I don't know the conditions for it to happens, but I think it's kinda like a 50/50 of happening. Also, the of my laptop is "wliggles".

    Specs: Acer NItro 5 ANA515-43

    CPU: Ryzen 5
    GPU: RX 560X
    Memory: 8 GB (2x4 dual channel) 
    Storage: 1 TB HDD
    OS: Windows 10 20H2 19042.1052

    Thread was edited to add model name to the title



    Leostat said:
    That's normal, all the components throttle while on battery power as to not wreck the battery :) it's not possible to run things at full speed if not on ac
    Is the throttle indefinite or just momentary? because for me it's the former.
  • LeostatLeostat Member Posts: 1,752 Community Aficionado
    Forever, as the battery can't deliver enough power to all the components
    If you found the comment helpful hit the like button, If the answer solves your Q, hit the yes button on the bottom of the post! 

    I'm a UK based techi, so apologies if my help links are for the UK region site! 
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