11-14-2016 02:03 AM
11-14-2016 06:41 PM
11-15-2016 08:12 AM
I'm having similar issues on my 702VM. i posted a thread earlier but no one responded with advice yet. I have been reading that this could be due to the intense heat it generates and we may have to undervolt the CPU and GPU to resolve this. I dont really know how to do that so if anyone has a step-by-step guide on doing this please let me know.
11-15-2016 08:38 AM
You have the ASUS GL702VM-GC026T-BE version by chance?
I called the belgian asus support center and they suggested reinstalling drivers and windows (very helpful indeed),
and after that I they told me to just return it for a new one at the shop I bought it at. (because it is within the 14 day dead-on-arrival period)
Unfortunately that shop is all out and so is their supplier so I would have to wait until end of December...
Maybe you are in better luck...
I wonder if the reason for overheating is because they messed up and configured the voltages wrong? In that case I would also just want to lower it if someone knows how.
But we shouldn't have to lower it below the normal amount so we would have laptops with less performance than paid for.
So anyone knows how to check the voltages and lower them if they are indeed to high?
11-15-2016 09:38 AM
11-15-2016 09:43 AM
11-15-2016 10:17 AM
So I think your solution of lowering the voltage on the CPU might also work, not on the GPU, it's the CPU that is producing too much heat.
Also if you only get 60fps on older games it might be because it is capped at that FPS, you can still increase performance by disabling nvidia experience "share" in options (this disables shadowplay too), and in the windows 10app "Xbox", log in to it and go to options and disable game dvr.
And for the custom power plan, make sure the minimum and maximum processor power are both lowered to 99 from 100.
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