Please introduce yourself and let us know more about you.
Let me start off, My name is ottoyu34. You can find me in few other forums with the same name. Computers being one of my biggest hobbies. I'm into overclocking (for 24/7),watercooling,system building,gaming,folding,etc.
Greetings! I'm Angelo, freelance IT guy from the PH who loves video games and game modding. My fam recently blessed me with a Strix GL703GE for my birthday. After my VAIO died sooner than I hoped, I had to spend years without a PC while depending on one for both hobbies and work which really sucked.
I'm new to ROG and this new gaming tech in general. I thought this RGB stuff was too flashy at first but it's growing on me.
I'm Bilal from Pakistan and I recently upgraded to 9th gen with Rog Strix Z390-F board and I've been a fan of ASUS from a very long time. I remember the first ASUS product I bought was a CD-Rom back in early 2000's. I'm a gamer by heart.
Hey Everyone, new rog gamer here. I got new GL503ge RS71
i7 8750H 8GB ram ddr4 1TB SSHD nvidia 1050ti 4gb
. Good machine but encountering few problems . if anyone could hlp that be great.
1) Battery Backup - Way too low, On regular browsing stuff battery goes down from 70 to 10 percent in just half an hour. 2) Gaming Lag - Every game so far is lagging, even pes2017 is lagging, and is running at 40 fps. Also i tried walking dead, even at some loading parts it's slutering. dunno why ? 3) Coil whine problem - I have heard of that one a lot but i figured out a solution at it's really low now. 4) Performance - For a laptop that's 1350$ , that's not worth it, i can still see a lot of slowing down in regular windows use.
So these are some of the main problems that's been going on, if someone can help me with it that'd be great.
Two of my hobbies is system building and gaming. I use mostly Asus boards and have built 12 gaming rigs for myself over the years as technology has progressed. I have also built systems for friends. I know practically nothing about over clocking and usually let the systems run at default settings with minimal tweaking in CMOS.