Asus Scar II - GL704GW, i7 8750H, RTX2070, 144hz

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  1. gieffe22

    gieffe22 Notebook Consultant

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    Someone with 704gw can share from esupport folder, the folder of sonic studio 3, this thing is store in: edriver>software>storeapp>Online>Avolute>Sonic studio 3.

    Please if someone can share it, will give to me a huge favor!
     
  2. vegetaeater

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    If I decide to keep & open mine then I'll share ;)
     
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  3. gieffe22

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    thank you, let me know
     
  4. Gurodesu

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    Im lovin' this beast but when idle I hear some electronic noise like buzzing around the cpu. its definitely not fans whine. anyone had a similar issue? I checked the internals and they looked fine. Maybe the mobo?
     
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    Sounds like coil whine. Luck of the draw when it comes to that really.
     
  6. vegetaeater

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    I've been getting something similar. Sometimes when I move the mouse around I get this high pitches noise. As soon as I stop moving the mouse it goes away. I have a feeling it's to do with RealTek. Sigh.
     
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    Couldn't resist opening the box. Playing with it now.
    Had a look in that folder but there's nothing there (folders are there, but it's empty). Do I need to install it manually first?
     
  8. gieffe22

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    well... i think that is empty on new release because even in my esupport that folder is empty after my 704 return from assistance (changed motherboard)...but i was pretty sure that before there was a package in that folder... anyway thank you for attempt made.

    for now i just disabled sonic studio to block that behavior waiting for next update from store...
     
  9. Gurodesu

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    Exactly the same as mine. When you switch to silent mode it almost disappears. Please share if you find a solution for it.
     
  10. vegetaeater

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    It's very strange. I got a pop-up that a new RealTek driver had to be installed... did a reboot after it downloaded and the noise was gone (which is why I'm thinking it's the RealTek driver).

    Going to play with it tonight and see if it happens again. If it does, I might RMA it. It has a super annoying pitch..
     
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