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  1. I checked CPU power draw like you asked. The CPU is drawing 2-3 W during light browsing. Total system power draw is around 8-9 W. Note: keyboard backlight is off and Windows power plan settings are set to save power. dGPU is in hybrid mode and is currently not doing anything, so I believe it's switched off by default if I'm not running any demanding tasks. GPU SoC power is mostly 0 W. GPU ASIC is switching between 2-4 W. So that indeed adds up to 8-9 W total system power draw, assuming the SSD draws nearly nothing. When I turn on my keyboard backlight total system power draw jump to 14-15W. Is
  2. Hello folks, This is my first post here on here. I'm glad to join your community! So, my Lenovo Legion 5 15ARH05H came in yesterday. A solid machine and it definitely performs well! However, the battery life is not what I expected it to be. I've tried optimising battery life the best I could, but I can't seem to get more than 3,5 hours out of it. When on battery on only use it for Office applications, video and browsing. Here's what I've tried: - Applied Lenovo Vantage intelligent cooling profile. - Installed Ryzen Controller and created a ba
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