Discovered a problem. GPU might be throttling and temperatures might not be reported correctly. When I ran Superposition with fans set to Auto control, I got a score of 2500 (1080p and High details), whereas I should be getting close to 5000. Temperatures under those circumstances reached 80 degrees Celsius, but the fans never ramped up from their 'low state'. If I set fans to 80% manually, undervolt the GPU on the core to -93mV and set +50% power limit, I get 4862 score under same settings. But, Meteeusz managed a score of 4966 in Superposition with his GL702C, and stock/default settings. This raises the question on what the heck did Asus repair shop do to my unit to have messed up the cooling and GPU performance under high load so severely that I need to mod my GPU and set fans to manual so I'd get 'close' to what should be a 'stock score'? Laptop is going back. This time, I'm insisting on a full refund. If the unit is incapable of producing stock GPU performance under auto-fan regulation (which should ramp up the fans to maximum under those circumstances, or close), then it has no business being out in the wild.