Can I use 90w charger instead of 65W?

Can I use 90w charger instead of 65W? 

Yes, you can use a 90 watt ac adapter, a.k.a power charger, for your 65 watt-compatible laptop. It will actually charge your battery faster.

Can you use a 65W charger on a 45w laptop? 

As long as it is the same voltage and connector type you can use a higher watt adapter. It will charge the battery a bit faster but other than and the size of the brick you will see no difference. The laptop will only draw the current it needs while running.Dec 20, 2019

What happens if I use a higher wattage charger? 

No. The power rating of a charger has no bearing on the life of the battery nor the consumption of power by the device. A higher wattage charger only means it can supply up to the specified amount of current, not that it will push that amount of current to the device.

Can I charge my laptop with a higher voltage charger? 

Using a charger with the wrong voltage rating can potentially damage your laptop. This is typically caused by too high voltage. But using a charger with too high current won’t damage your laptop. Using a charger with too low current rating might fry the power supply, but not the laptop.

Can I use 90w charger instead of 65W? – Related Questions

Can I use a 90w adapter on a 45W laptop?

You can not use a charger with a lower wattage rating. A 30W or a 45W charger can not supply sufficient power for your laptops needs which means you could damage the laptop and/or the charger.

Can I use a 90 watt charger on a 180 watt laptop?

A: The short answer is yes you can use a laptop charger with a higher wattage, however, there are some caveats. The wattage rating of a laptop charger is a maximum rating which means that the charger is capable of providing power up to the output wattage rating and or course anything in between.

Can I use 130 watt charger on 65 watt laptop?

Since your laptop came with a 65-watt power supply, it’s safe to assume your laptop needs no more than 65 watts of power. That means: The 130-watt power supply will work just fine and will have plenty to spare. The 65-watt power supply will work because that’s what came with the laptop.

Can I use 90w charger instead of 170w?

If the voltage, amps, are all the same you can use it for CHARGING ONLY. There is a reason the adapter is 180w. This means that your laptop when being used can consume a lot of power and once you go past 90w you can easily damage the charger, laptop, by doing that. So in other words find an original charger.

Can I use 90w charger for 120w laptop?

Premium Member. Yes, because you won’t be draining 120w at all times.

What happens if you charge a laptop with a lower wattage charger?

What are Dangers Associated with Utilizing a Low Wattage Charger On your Laptop? Using such a charger might result in a fuse in energy supply and this could in fact damage other elements of the device. The battery life would be diminished and it would start draining rapidly.

Can I use 60w charger instead of 65w?

Yes you can use a lower wattage charger for your laptop but incases that your laptop will be in High Performance mode of will be needing more power for your graphics card if you’ll do games with it chances are it may shut down on it’s on or will lag.

Can I use a 45w charger instead of 60w?

Yes. The power rating of the adpater is the maximun it can provide. The actual power that is supplied by the adpater is determined by what is required. You can always use an adapter that has a higher power rating than is required as long as the voltage rating is the same.

Can I use 20v charger on 19V laptop?

Yes: technically it can be used, but you need a higher amount of power (watt). if the adapter is 19V 6A, it might start the PC but you will have strange side effects.

Can I use a 19.5 V charger on a 18.5 V laptop?

so, yes you can use.. It should work. is it worth the risk? your laptop’s charging/regulator circuit is obviously designed to expect 18.5V, not 19.5V.

Can I use 19.5 V charger for 19V laptop?

Originally Answered: Can you use a 19V charger on a 19.5V laptop? The right answer to your query is Yes. A laptop battery that is rated 19.5 could be charged with a 19V rated charger….

Can I use a 12v power supply on a 19V?

No, don’t use it! The PSU will supply 19V (“voltage source”) and will probably damage the load. There are PSUs that limit output current by dropping/regulating the output voltage (which then can be considered a “current source”), but as long as the required current isn’t constant that wouldn’t work either.

Can I charge a 19V laptop with a 12V charger?

NO you cannot charge your 12V AGM battery directly with a 19V Laptop power supply. You need a battery charger. The laptop power supply IS NOT a battery charger, it is a fixed voltage SMPS power supply.

Is it OK to use a higher voltage power supply?

Higher current (A) is okay because the device won’t use as much, but higher voltage (V) is going to “fry” it. Conversely, lower voltage is unlikely to cause damage since the device simply won’t have enough power, but lower current can cause trouble because the power supply cannot provide enough.

Can I use a power supply with higher Watts?

Bottom line: It’s perfectly fine to use a power supply that’s “stronger” than the one it replaces. Just don’t use one that’s “weaker” (i.e. has a lower wattage rating).

Can I use 150w charger for laptop?

You can use 150 W adapter, PFC, SMART, 4.5 mm, slim part # 776620-001 or part # 917649-850. You can also can use 120W part # 710415-001. To avoid damages for your machine, you have to use right part. 65W is too low, your machine won’t work.

What happens if you exceed wattage PC?

Either the motherboard, CPU, or memory will be unable to function and the system will halt or shutdown completely. The power supply will draw too much current causing components to heat up and burn out.