Open up the HDD panel of your G73JH. On top you will see half of your GPU. On the GPU is a tag with your P/N (Part Number). It ends with a -C0x or a -C1x, where x = some number. This is your card's revision number. C0x cards are the original design cards that have no GSOD issues. C1x cards were modified by Asus for some revision of the memory, and timings were adjusted to reduce heat production. These are the cards with GSOD issues, and require the vBIOS update. Not all revisions were equally sensitive, so you may have gotten a good one. I got a C13, and it liked to GSOD often.False, Ive been on the stock VBios for about 6 - 7 months on constant new drivers from the ATI Website, had GSOD here and there but never frequent, therefore your information is wrong, just like the rest of you on NBF, you all think that your information is right when you have barely any information to back it up.
All of this was confirmed by Asus' R&D techs, as was the vBIOS update. Anything else you need corrected?