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non OEM dell charger throttling GPU

SirLeon
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Hello everyone! I'm a (not quite) happy owner of a Dell 15r 5537(i7-4500u + AMD HD8850m) system. The OEM charger that comes w/ the notebook died recently and I got a new, non-OEM, one. So the first problem was that, because the bios couldn't identify the charger, the whole system was being throttled(CPU was running at 800MHZ). After some research I solved that using a program named throttleStop and disabling the "BD PROCHOT" feature. The problem now is that the GPU is still running at 400/300mhz(core/mem) and not the 625/1000 it should. I've searched a lot and found no solution. Can anyone help me?
It's a windows 10 system
I've tried my brother's OEM charger and GPU works fine with it(Without throttleStop)

edit1: Getting a official charger is not possible right now. They are more then double the price i paid(which was not cheap) for these ones. I don't have the money

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Get an official charger.

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Is there any way to test it, aside getting another one?

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Charging the battery to full then using that should resolve this

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14 hours ago, fasauceome said:

Charging the battery to full then using that should resolve this

My battery died a long time ago, so I can't do that either 

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