I do my video editing on Vegas and since there is no forum specifically
related to generic editing or the necessary hardware, I decided to ask
I have a Razer Blade Stealth 13, Quad-Core 10th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-1065G7 Processor
with Hyper-Threading 1.3 GHz / 3.9 GHz and
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 Ti
4 GB GDDR6 VRAM with Max-Q Design. Supposedly the first real gamining ultrabook and as such very capable at 4k video editing.
The original PSU was rated at 100w (20v 5A). It also outputted at 15v. (and 9v and 5v too)
The PSU got damaged recently and i am in a country where getting a 100w usb-c psu is not possible. So I am using a 65w usb-c charger (GAN type). which charges the laptop very nicely.
I imagine that the 100w power delivery is not necessary for most applications and is probably meant for resource intensive gaming and 4k video editing.
Perhaps someone can explain why there are ouptuts at 15v and 20v? And when does the laptop require each? What is the charging voltage?
Am I going to have problems when editing 4k video? (there must be a reason that the original PSU was as powerful as 100w)
In my experience 4k video editing is best done with the PSU plugged in, no matter how fully charged the battery is (otherwise it can lag, be choppy, stall and even freeze etc). I cannot find anything on the net to explain why these newest gen usb-c chargers have the outputs that they do.