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osmansa
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Missing Advanced Power Settings: TDP Settings (XPS13 9360)

Dear all,

I am in a trouble with Advanced Power Setting on Windows 10.

There are limited options only when I go to Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Power Options\Edit Plan Settings\Change advanced power settings in particular Intel (R) Dynamic Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Settings.

For some of the missing options I followed this page and fixed: www.eightforums.com/.../50890-options-missing-power-options-advanced-settings.html

However I could not add Intel (R) Dynamic Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Settings in advanced power settings even though followed these links:

P.S: All drives are updated.

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jphughan
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RE: Missing Advanced Power Settings: TDP Settings (XPS13 9360)

I don't see them on my XPS 13 9360 either.  I just figured that this CPU/chipset might not support those settings anymore.

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osmansa
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RE: Missing Advanced Power Settings: TDP Settings (XPS13 9360)

Have you tried the 2nd and 3rd links that I shared?

I tried it and did not work for me but maybe it was because of my own settings (I didn't have "Everyone" option).

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osmansa
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RE: Missing Advanced Power Settings: TDP Settings (XPS13 9360)

Have you ever tried 2dn and 3rd links that I shared above? They did not work for me maybe because of that I did not have "Everyone" for permission. I might work for you.

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ashrat1
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RE: Missing Advanced Power Settings: TDP Settings (XPS13 9360)

Hello there!

Can't find them on my XPS 13 9360.

Also, my XPS take almost 30 mins to completely charge the laptop once the charge level reaches 95% mark.

30 mins for 5% is too much. Have you noticed the same issue with your system.

And

Does your xps heats up while on charge?

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osmansa
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RE: Missing Advanced Power Settings: TDP Settings (XPS13 9360)

Hi

I am not sure if it takes 30 mins for 5%. but I seems to me charging a bit slow as well.

For heat problem you go to the link below and download """To Add "System cooling policy" to Power Options"""

www.eightforums.com/.../51043-power-options-add-remove-system-cooling-policy.html

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