I have the same laptop. The best solution is to use ThrottleStop and replace thermal paste. After this you get a completely new computer capable of all it's been advertised. For these CPUs, normal temps under load are high 80s and low 90s, bit it's quite common to see them overheating and throttling (95%, no matter the brand). Mine never goes over 88 at full power consumption. Just search the forum or ask again and I'd be happy to help.
I researched a bit and it seems that i cant use throttle stop - armoury crate uses this process of undervolting so it doesnt work when i setup undervolting offset manually in the throttlestop app. Also, isnt it a bit early to change the paste? Is stock paste really that bad? Because i had my laptop for barely a year. I tried disassembling it but had problems with opening the cover of my laptop and in the process a tiny piece broke off from the corner of a case. So i screwed everything back and decided to forget about it.(im really not that confident when dealing with hardware because im afraid of breaking some vital part of it and just being left with broken laptop.
Desani, how dusty is your home? The G732LWS has barely been out for 6 months.
Interesting to hear now that ThrottleStop doesn't work. Everyone a month ago was saying it was the solution to the problem that Asus sold us.
I'd love to repaste my CPU but unfortunately, they glue the fukkers on now with "liquid metal" for "superior" cooling, even though it's ****.
Also, watch out for the "100 degrees is fine for CPUs" brigade to come around and tell you that your temps are normal.