Thanks to Joedirt recently for setting me up with a custom vBIOS for my ASUS ROG G750JM. I am having a little trouble figuring out how to adjust my voltage. Once the vBIOS is flashed the voltage is baked in so the slider does nothing. Joedirt took care of me plenty so I dont want to go hounding him for this advice and would rather ask the community. I can get the voltage to run at 0.987v or 1.193v one is not enough and the other is too much even with no OC it gets the GPU too hot too fast I would like to learn how to adjust the Voltage Table so that I can get 1.06-1.1v on my chip so I can OC and still not over heat. The stock vBIOS set it at 1.034v which I could OC my Memory +450mhz and my core +135mhz no problem. I would like to run at +280mhz or 1300mhz core and +395mhz Memory or 1450mhz Memory but that is not stable at 0.987v and gets to the 92c temp limit super fast with 1.193v. . .
Hey, there. Few month ago I bought this laptop and it’s awesome, though it has some cons. I’ll describe everything in this thread. Also I’m searching for someone, who will share his time and help me crack its’ bios
Acer Predator G9-593
Intel Core i7-6700HQ (2.6Ghz/3.5Ghz) (https://goo.gl/dehk14)
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 (8Gb GDDR5) (https://goo.gl/z2aEFL)
15.6inch 1920x1080 (G-Sync) (IPS) (Matte)
16Gb DDR4-2400 / PC4-19200 (2x ACR24D4S7S8MB-8)
1tb HDD + 128gb SSD
Windows 10 x64
Nvidia driver - 378.49
4 USB 3.0, 1 USB-C с Thunderbolt 3, HDMI 2.0, Display Port, SD Card reader, Gigabit Ethernet, Audio/mic
Also this laptop has a bigger brother – Acer Predator G9 793, absolutely same laptop but with 17inch panel, 4k variant and 4 speakers.
First of all, good sides:
Solid construction, soft touch martial all over the case, no glossy parts.
Sound is really loud, even basses exists here, though I can’t say its best of the best.
Outstanding performance, take a look at this data https://goo.gl/oyF9dl, almost all games run over 60 fps in 1080 and over 30 fps in 4k. Take a look a several gameplay videos that I’ve captures on this beast, all of them were captured in 4k resolution, on ultra settings with no AA:
Rise of Tomb Raider - https://youtu.be/rNRMnytsC2c
The Witcher 3 - https://youtu.be/dJicr6we0z0
Quantum Break - https://youtu.be/PNofDssIgS4
(1080 with max AA) Crysis 3 - https://youtu.be/H1ja_BhD0-Q
Resident Evil 7 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiF-zhTwNDE
Battlefield 1 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypOEnJ9KbKs
Dishonored 2 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jhtvj4BkiMc
Only in Ghost Recon Wildlands I had less then 30 fps https://youtu.be/lbeW9PZvsUo
And bad sides:
Thought laptop is 15inch, its bulky as hell, thank god it looks okay, not like some previous gaming crap lappys: http://www.notebookcheck.net/uploads/tx_nbc2/toshiba_qosmio_x305_q725_01.jpg
Screen has some ghosting, previous static images can stay on screen for some time. Not this laptop, but image illustrates the issue: https://goo.gl/H42OCJ
Some laptops has overheating issue on CPU. Though in rarely influence on performance, its still sad thing to have in such big laptop. Issue described in this thread: https://goo.gl/KjNNBN, simple CPU repasting solves the issue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVEpuZNWLxw
Stepback in turms of battery life since g-sync laptops doesn’t support nvidia optimus. Around 4-5 hours of work.
I have a lenovo notebook y510p, I have obtained a ErgoStand II coolerpad to reduce even slightly its temperature, but I have not noticed significant difference, I have seen on many forums that recommend NotePal X3 for play equipment, need to know if anyone has had the oprtunidad to test both cooler and give me advice, greetings, sorry for the bad English.