05-18-2018 09:47 PM
05-18-2018 11:59 PM - edited 05-19-2018 01:55 AM
On Fedora 4.16.8-300 on an X1C Yoga 3rd gen (very close cousin to the X1C6), my experiences with
is that the machine appears to go to sleep (the light on the lid is blinking and it stays asleep) but the power consumption while "sleeping" is awful. It should be around .1 to .2 W/hr but is around 10x that amount (see this link for a similar issue). The power consumption I am getting in "Sleep" is roughly equivalent to what I get when the screen dims after not using the machine but the machine is still awake (~2W/hr).
I am using hibernation and hoping this will someday be sorted.
05-21-2018 12:05 AM
I have this very same problem. Sleep ("Suspend to RAM" in Kubuntu 18.04) makes the computer go to some sleep-like state but the energy consumption seems to be roughtli 1.5 W/h.
05-28-2018 09:00 AM
@Roman79: I agree that even under Windows the modern Standby is unusable and drains horrible amounts of battery. I have around 2.5%/hour whereas I think 0.3%/hour is considered acceptable.
I have opened a thread for windows users having problem with X1C6 battery drain in sleep.
I would be glad if you could state your battery drain in %/hour or mW and, if applicable, main opponents as reported by microsofts powercfg /sleepstudy.