If you have a nVida card you can use Experience and click on the battery boost and go to optimze for battery.
In the Control Panel I turned off all, maxed power and Performance on 2 items, and down to 20 fps for 2.
Also zooming out when ever can helps.
My power was destroyed when I decided to see what Alienware Comand Center was like now. Causing me to redo and fine tune it some more.
I also disabled my Intel from loading in Task manager startup. My settings do not change.
The result is both my gpus do some of the work causing heat to be shared on both chips insead of all on one.
On boot after a night of rest I am 80F at first. After ideling for a while and surfing the web I am apx. 91-93F.
The nVidea GPU during a game is 39 to 43C usually except when the screen to choose between 3 things showes. Then I hold at 50C. It is like it wants something that is not there yet.
Oh; also I played with the Advanced Power settings/Change Plan Settings in Windows.