Well in my case the opposite happened. I bought my G713QY-K4005T in November, and it worked flawlessly until mid-February when one day it entered sleep mode and I couldn't recover from it, it turned on, the keyboard and RGB lights lit but never reached the ROG logo and the CAPSLOCK key led wasn't turning on either. I sent it to RMA, they said it looked like a faulty display so the first thing they said they were replacing was the display. A couple of days later they sent a message to me saying they would also replace the mainboard and a damaged RGB cable.
When I got it back from RMA everything appeared to be working well until I went to try it on gaming. Then all hell broke loose with random reboots during gaming sessions, usually 5 to 15 minutes into the game. Happens in pretty much every game I tried. The screen goes black and then it reboots. I tried several AMD GPU drivers, from the one on the ASUS site for the Advantage Edition laptops to the one in Windows Update, the one I had in February before the laptop had the problem and that was working without problems, to the latest 3 WQHL of March, April and May from the AMD site without success.
I have Windows 11 Home with all the updates, the latest BIOS V.318, the VBIOS hotfix from the ASUS site, and the latest AMD Chipset driver and the reboots don't stop. The only time a game didn't cause a reboot and it crashed to the desktop instead was while using the GPU driver from the ASUS site, when Radeon Software showed a notification with an error message saying "The driver reached a timeout, to avoid a system restart or hang the driver entered safe mode. A system restart is required to enable hardware acceleration".
The only way I can play a game is by going to Device Manager and disabling the RX6800M so that I only have the integrated GPU available. This way any game that can be played with the integrated GPU runs stable and without reboots, with the RX6800M enabled its system reboot every time I run a game. Temps according to AMD/Radeon Software before a reboot happens is CPU current between 85°C and 93°C, RX6800M current between 75°C and 80°C, and junction temp between 95°C and 100°C.
Despite all this, I'm not very willing to send it back to RMA, even with an attached video of the laptop rebooting during gaming, because I fear they will test it over a couple of days without any issues since I doubt they would be doing any gaming sessions to cause the reboots and return it as it is now.