Asus ROG GL702ZC owners lounge

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  1. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOK's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    Could be this model use Battery boost. Google up MSI laptops and Battery boost /NOS. @Falkentyne :rolleyes:
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  2. diabolusss

    diabolusss Notebook Enthusiast

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    I can't say for sure as i haven't played games heavily on this laptop, but i have used it a lot of time with detached battery with no problems at all. And Battlefield 5 have run smoothly.
     
  3. agenthunk

    agenthunk Newbie

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    How do I access the bios features for changing voltage and cpu and gpu>?

    I can access the blue asus bios utility but that is not enough for me....I want to get into the Red Asus Bios.
     
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    Ryder23 Notebook Guru

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    Bios is limited. Don't think there's a way round this. Just use Zenstates
     
  5. BroScientist

    BroScientist Newbie

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    Hey, I wanted to ask a few questions about vrm and voltages/current. I was trying some different cpu settings with undervolt and testing with prime. The board seems to draw incredible amount of current, around 150A while stressing, with board power being 150W and CPU power ~60W. I don't know what VRM on a laptop could handle 150A for prolonged period of time, and there seems to be 0 VRM temp measurements, at least not reported in HW64. Was testing 3200mhz on 0.95v, was stable other than that current.

    Are you guys seeing similar currents? Could that be the potential issue leading to all the RMAs? Would leaving stock voltage be potentially better here, since it would lower the current draw?
     
  6. sniffin

    sniffin Notebook Evangelist

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    Lowering voltage does not increase current.
     
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    Striker1234 Notebook Consultant

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    Does anyone knows if this one is capable of 2700X?
     
  8. Caretaker01

    Caretaker01 Notebook Consultant

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    Yes, we do, if you have the ryzen 1700 cpu you are all maxed out, no possible upgrade to any first gen, second or fifth ryzen cpu at the moment.
    Even if the socket is a go Asus won't upgrade the bios to suport other cpu models

    Sent from my MI 5s Plus using Tapatalk
     
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  9. dnak_ebloa

    dnak_ebloa Notebook Geek

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    ...but, apparently some people here are able to mod the bios/add the micro code (or something...I have no technical know-how about this), but only if the upgrade is significant enought to risk trying to do it. But yeah, hell will freeze over before Asus give us a BIOS that will make the new gen compatible.
     
  10. Caretaker01

    Caretaker01 Notebook Consultant

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    There's been some discussion on the net but no solution was offered

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