Can I use 65W charger instead of 90w?

If its the same voltage, then you can use it. But if you are using more power then it can provide, your laptop will start drawing from the battery as well as from the power brick.

Can I use a 90w charger instead of 65W HP?

As a golden rule chargers “watt ac” can come down but it cannot power up. Therefore you can use a 90 watt ac laptop charger for your 65 watt laptop. Under normal circumstances it will charge it quicker.

Can I use a 90w charger instead of 60w?

As long as the voltage is correct, and the polarity and size of the connector is correct, yes. The laptop will draw only the current it needs. The bigger charger will have more “headroom” than the original charger, and won’t heat up as much.

Can I charge my laptop with less watt?

You definitely can use a lower wattage charger for your laptop (you can even charge your laptop without a charger!), but this will directly impact the performance of your laptop itself. For instance, using a 45 watt charger for a laptop that requires 90 watts might not enable it to function at its maximum potential.

Is 65W charger good for laptop?

Energy-efficient and safety-ensured, this 65W power adapter is a reliable replacement for your Dell laptop. This adapter is compatible with various Dell laptop models and is designed to draw minimal power. Its integrated surge protector prevents it from incurring damage caused by power fluctuations.

What happens if I use a 65 watt charger on a 45 watt 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.

Can I use a 90 watt charger on a 130 watt laptop?

Originally Answered: Will it be okay to use 90W adapter in dell laptop [new battery] (requires 130W or more) for using my laptop until replacement arrives? Generally the answer is yes, but it won’t supply enough power to charge the battery while you’re using your laptop.

Can I use a 65 watt charger on a 120 watt laptop?

You can use a 120W power adapter just fine on a device that only needs 65W. As long as the following criteria are met. Voltage is the same, plug size is the same and plug polarity is the same. Then the only difference is it can provide more amps.

Can I use a 90 watt charger instead of 65 watt?

If the system has Intel video, 65W is fine. If AMD or nVidia, 90W is required. 90W will work in place of 65 (but the reverse WILL NOT work). 04-05-2018 06:50 AM Just fyi, it’s completely fine to buy a higher wattage charger than you originally had.

Can I use a higher wattage charger with my Dell laptop?

@vikkyshaikh Yes, it’s always completely fine to use higher wattage chargers as long as they’re official Dell chargers. The laptop will only draw the amount that it actually needs. The charger won’t “force” the system to accept more power than it can handle.

What happens when you charge a laptop with a 65 watt adapter?

The battery also goes into charge mode. On the 65 watt power adapter: If at this point we switch the laptop to the 65 watt power adapter, the screen stays bright, the NIC stays on, the battery continues to charge (but slower). However the CPU drops back to its slow speed of 800MHz.

What kind of Charger do you use with your 90W laptop?

65W charger with 90W laptop… Until recently I’ve been using the same 90W charger that my laptop came with two years ago.