OK - so I've had my G73JHA1 since autumn last year - and its been running fine so far with no real issues. All I've had happen is maybe 2 sound-loop locks in Rift during the last month - so today I updated the audio drivers, and will see if that helps.
My real question though is regarding the ATI GPU drivers. I've not experienced any GSOD issues, and all my games seem to run fine - so I'm wondering is it really worth the "risk" of updating the BIOS, vBIOS and ATI drivers?
I seem for some reason to have a horrible track record with BIOS updates. With just about every PC I've owned, something always seems to go wrong when I BIOS update, despite always following the instructions to the letter
So, should I subscribe to the "if it ain't broke don't fix it" mentality in this case - or are there some tangible benefits that outweigh the potential risks of updating, thus making it really really worth doing?