Sounds like you still in your 30 day return to vendor period, I think that's what I would do. then study up abit on this new model as to how OC goes for it.
Well, wasnt too bad. I was in the process of running a non UEFI bootable thumb drive and disabled fast boot and secure boot. Strangly enough I missed my opportunity to go into the Bios on the reboot, and it booted windows, updated, and went to the desktop.. I then ran Rog Gaming Center, and it had reverted back to defaults... Rebooted, re-enabled fastboot/secure boot, back in windows. No need for a reload.
So if anyone gets caught in that situation or botch your OC with Rog Gaming Center, disable secure boot & Fast boot, it should revert back.
No need to study up, I simply wont use Rog Gaming Center to OC. I know how Intel XTU works for the CPU and how Nvidia Inspector/MSI Afterburner/almost all other GPU OC utilities work. They dont apply the values at boot unless they are told to do so. Unlike ROG Gaming Center. Not really a surprise really, as most OC utilities by manufacturers are half baked. Gigabyte Easy tune comes to mind. I'll just stick to programs I know.
Just glad I dont have to reload this thing..
Curious if you've noticed any boot issues with your G703? I just had to return a GL702VI because it got progressively worse on refusing to fully boot, to the point that nothing other than a full reset would get it back. It might have been tied to the Creator update for Win10, but not sure. Still looking for performance but not sure I want to put another $1k into a laptop.
Probably you best bet it to build or buy a desktop for your serious gaming and OC experimenting