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epa.caguei

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  1. With the help of another forum member, we're trying to find way but it seems like it's incredibly hard to overcome this issue. I will keep you posted here if I find anything. For now, if you don't have access to a proper charger I would recommend you buy one, it's going to be a while before there's an actual solution to this auto throttling problem. Have a nice day!
  2. This seems interesting. Hopefully this will fix my current throttling issues. EDIT: Can't seem to be able to download the file, I know about the 5 post rule but I seem to have those 5 posts done. Anything else I'm missing or is the A05 version down? EDIT 2: I can now download, must have been an issue from my side.
  3. This might actually be interesting to remedy my current issue. My m18xr1 isn't working correctly because it keeps asking for a 330w adapter (the one is came with). Currently I have 2 240w and 1 180w adapater that I could use for a mod like this. If I used both 240w, do you think this would fix the issue? Thanks!
  4. Bump! Hopefully someone can help out!
  5. Hello guys, I'm currently facing some stupid issues with my alienware m18xr1. I'm currently somewhere other than my usual living place. Last time I was here, I used a 240w adapater on my m18x and all my games and "heavier" processes worked just fine. So I was quite happy that I could avoid carrying around the huge 330w brick while travelling. Now I'm back and my 240w is nowhere near enough to run how it usually does, however it's not a question of power - it's artificial throttling from alienware. Bios throttling maybe? I've tried using "throttlestop" and "MSI Afterburner" to counteract the issue temporarily untill I'm back to my usual place, but nothing seems to work. I know for a fact it's artifical throttling, because all is fine when I unplug the laptop and it's using the battery, but this is not sustainable. Has anyone faced this issue and successfully used the 240w adapter on the m18x? I have 2 240w and 180w, if that helps in any way. In any other case, I would just simply assume that the 240w adapter isn't giving the laptop enough power, but I used it for a week everyday a couple of months ago and all was fine. My specs are as follows: CPU: i7-4710MQ 2.5Ghz RAM: 8GB DDR3 GPU: 2 x Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M 1GB in SLI Looking forward to your suggestions. Thanks.
  6. Hello guys, First of all thanks for the great guide @Nospheratu. I'm currently facing some stupid issues with my alienware m18x (I know I'm in the m17x forums). I'm currently somewhere other than my usual living place. Last time I was here, I used a 240w adapater on my m18x and all my games and "heavier" processes worked just fine. So I was quite happy that I could avoid carrying around the huge 330w brick while travelling. Now I'm back and my 240w is nowhere near enough to run how it usually does, however it's not a question of power - it's artificial throttling from alienware. I've tried using "throttlestop" and "MSI Afterburner" to counteract the issue temporarily, but nothing seems to work. I know for a fact it's artifical throttling, because all is fine when I unplug the laptop and it's using the battery, but this is not sustainable. Would this mod work? Basically I assume that I need to trick the computer into thinking that it's a 330w adapter. Thanks.
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