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jdfrench3
08-12-2018, 05:41 PM
My G752VSK laptop came with ROG Gaming Center version 2.03. The ASUS support website has update to ROG Gaming Center version 2.1.5. I tried both with the TurboGear update but find the program doesn't handle the heat well.


I also found ROG Gaming Center version 2.5.9 but I it doesn't seem to work with my system (program runs but there are no setting adjustments). Perhaps there is a trick to installing this version software on a G752VSK laptop.


Is there a newer version that is better at handling the heat?

Clintlgm
08-12-2018, 10:54 PM
The latest for your noteook will be loacted at Asus Support Downloads (https://www.asus.com/support/Download-Center/) register your notebook and all available drivers and software for your paticular notebook will be there.

jdfrench3
08-12-2018, 11:20 PM
Clintlgm, I expected a stock answer, consider it received....

ASUS has a group of support programs for all their laptops. These programs are used across many different models. I was hopeful that perhaps there was another version of ROG Game Center that could be used on the Kaby Lake platform. Oh well, don't fault me for asking.

Darnassus
08-13-2018, 12:53 AM
You should use the one supplied with your eSupport folder. (Copy that somewhere safe by the way)

If you're not handling the heat, it's your shot stock thermal paste, sadly.. no fan profile will help if the mating surfaces aren't sufficient to begin with.

Clintlgm
08-13-2018, 01:28 AM
Clintlgm, I expected a stock answer, consider it received....

ASUS has a group of support programs for all their laptops. These programs are used across many different models. I was hopeful that perhaps there was another version of ROG Game Center that could be used on the Kaby Lake platform. Oh well, don't fault me for asking.

Many things are possible I only gave you the knowledge that I have. There may be some tweakers chime in with more knowledge. I always point people to the safe way of getting things done. These notebooks are finicky and easily screwed up and it you're smart enough to get your self in trouble with Tweaked software or BIOS tweaks you need to be smart enough to recover when it goes south on you. So yea I do keep in in the safe zone with my advice.
I don't fault you for seeking, hopefully, some one will have experimented and found something that works, it happens here often

jdfrench3
08-13-2018, 05:35 PM
Well, I reinstalled the ROG Gaming Center version 2.5.9, I have it working and use my iPhone to make changes and monitor my G752VSK laptop. Along with the ROG Gaming Center version 2.5.9, GameFist IV version 1.7.0.0 works well. It should be noted there is a newer GameFirst V but is not made to be used with Kaby Lake CPUs. ROG Game Visual version 1.0.2.0001 works with Gaming Center as well. The MacroKey version 1.0.6 also works with Gaming Center. This ROG Gaming Center collection work well together.

On the audio front, Realtek Audio Driver version 6.0.1.8443 works very good, as does Sonic Suite 3 version 3.6.24, ASUS Sonic Studio 3 version 3.6.40.51156, and ASUS Sonic Radar 3 version 3.6.40.51156. All of these programs work with ROG Gaming Center. Much better audio and great user interface.

The latest Realtek LAN driver is version 10.28.615.2018 and the Intel Wireless LAN driver is version 20.70.0.5, The ASUS Wireless Radio Control driver is 1.0.0.8.

I'm running the Intel Bluetooth driver version 20.70.0.4.

Except for the 302 BIOS, and three original drivers, all drivers have been updated.

DvvDROG
08-15-2018, 02:06 AM
Hi
find the configuration file in the original zip file on this route.
ROG_Gaming_Center_Win10_64_VER2.1.5.zip\2.1.5\4939 \ROGGamingCenter\Data\ROGTurboGear_G752VSK.xml
and place it in the installation of the new program version 2.5.9
install it and everything appears enabled
I worked for my G703GS team, I also wanted to install the latest version.
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Sorry for my English I hope I could explain it well

jdfrench3
08-15-2018, 03:39 AM
DvvDROG, thanks that works well.

hadarych
08-21-2018, 10:33 PM
Well, I reinstalled the ROG Gaming Center version 2.5.9, I have it working and use my iPhone to make changes and monitor my G752VSK laptop. Along with the ROG Gaming Center version 2.5.9, GameFist IV version 1.7.0.0 works well. It should be noted there is a newer GameFirst V but is not made to be used with Kaby Lake CPUs. ROG Game Visual version 1.0.2.0001 works with Gaming Center as well. The MacroKey version 1.0.6 also works with Gaming Center. This ROG Gaming Center collection work well together.

On the audio front, Realtek Audio Driver version 6.0.1.8443 works very good, as does Sonic Suite 3 version 3.6.24, ASUS Sonic Studio 3 version 3.6.40.51156, and ASUS Sonic Radar 3 version 3.6.40.51156. All of these programs work with ROG Gaming Center. Much better audio and great user interface.

The latest Realtek LAN driver is version 10.28.615.2018 and the Intel Wireless LAN driver is version 20.70.0.5, The ASUS Wireless Radio Control driver is 1.0.0.8.

I'm running the Intel Bluetooth driver version 20.70.0.4.

Except for the 302 BIOS, and three original drivers, all drivers have been updated.

Installed all the same that you and DvvDROG mentioned, and now temp of CPU and GPU reduced, which is a great and pleasant surprise! It used to be 55-65 in the idle and 65-75 under load, but now it stands at 45-50 (idle) and 50-60 (load), vents don't make as much noise as they used to. ROG works properly, Sonic Suite 3 also. What is more, I usually turn standard mode on instead of extreme, but it used to change back to extreme after Windows restart. Now it doesn't! I would recommend all this software updates to anyone with G752VSK, though you'll have to search these downloads at G703, GX501 and GM501 laptops support pages - it takes time, but it's worthy

Ali SH
01-01-2019, 10:37 PM
Installed all the same that you and DvvDROG mentioned, and now temp of CPU and GPU reduced, which is a great and pleasant surprise! It used to be 55-65 in the idle and 65-75 under load, but now it stands at 45-50 (idle) and 50-60 (load), vents don't make as much noise as they used to. ROG works properly, Sonic Suite 3 also. What is more, I usually turn standard mode on instead of extreme, but it used to change back to extreme after Windows restart. Now it doesn't! I would recommend all this software updates to anyone with G752VSK, though you'll have to search these downloads at G703, GX501 and GM501 laptops support pages - it takes time, but it's worthy


i tried installing Sonic studio 3 from g703 and it says device is not supported...
how can i bypass this error?

wallos
01-06-2019, 10:59 PM
Well, I reinstalled the ROG Gaming Center version 2.5.9, I have it working and use my iPhone to make changes and monitor my G752VSK laptop. Along with the ROG Gaming Center version 2.5.9, GameFist IV version 1.7.0.0 works well. It should be noted there is a newer GameFirst V but is not made to be used with Kaby Lake CPUs. ROG Game Visual version 1.0.2.0001 works with Gaming Center as well. The MacroKey version 1.0.6 also works with Gaming Center. This ROG Gaming Center collection work well together.

On the audio front, Realtek Audio Driver version 6.0.1.8443 works very good, as does Sonic Suite 3 version 3.6.24, ASUS Sonic Studio 3 version 3.6.40.51156, and ASUS Sonic Radar 3 version 3.6.40.51156. All of these programs work with ROG Gaming Center. Much better audio and great user interface.

The latest Realtek LAN driver is version 10.28.615.2018 and the Intel Wireless LAN driver is version 20.70.0.5, The ASUS Wireless Radio Control driver is 1.0.0.8.

I'm running the Intel Bluetooth driver version 20.70.0.4.

Except for the 302 BIOS, and three original drivers, all drivers have been updated.

It is nice for me to read that you do tests with the latest software on the official website of asus. I also go with those doubts with my G752VSK.

Have you updated the Bios and what bios do you have?
Has the windows October patch caused you problems with the audio?
And about the warming is also something that has happened to me.

wallos
01-07-2019, 07:25 PM
And what chipset are you currently using?

jdfrench3
01-07-2019, 08:59 PM
Both the G752VS and the G752VSK use the CM238 chipset. I use BIOS 304 from the G752VS on my G752VSK, works fine.

Audio problems showed up after the Windows October update. The fix is to simply reinstall the original Realtek audio driver (V6.0.1.8302) found in your eSupport Folder, then reinstall the latest driver again. I still use Realtek V6.0.1.8443. This seems to work the best for me.

This same procedure can be done to install the ASUS Sonic Suite 3, ASUS Sonic Studio 3, and ASUS Sonic Radar 3.

I am now running the ASUS Gaming Center version 2.5.10. This works well with the Sonic Suite 3, Sonic Studio 3, Sonic Radar 3, Game First V, XSplit Gamecaster 3.3, ROG Game Visual, and GeForce Experience.

nVidia Graphic driver version 25.21.14.1735
ASUS BIOS 304
Realtek Audio driver version 6.0.1.8443
Realtek LAN driver version 10.28.615.2018
Genesys Multi-Card Reader driver version 4.5.3.2
ASUS Precision Touchpad driver version 11.0.34
Intel Management Engine Interface driver version 1829.12.0.1154
ASUS ME Firmware Driver Update Tool version 2.0.0.4
Intel Serial Controller driver version 30.100.1725.1
Thunderbolt driver version 17.3.74.400
Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver 15.9.1.1018
ASUS Sonic Suite 3 version 3.6.24
ASUS Sonic Studio and Sonic Radar version 3.6.42.51937
ASUS Touchpad Handwriting driver version 2.0.6
ASUS Gaming Center version 2.5.10
Game First V version 5.0.12.2
ROG Game Visual version 1.02.0001
ASUS Splendid Video Enhancement Technology version 3.33.0001
ASUS ROG Macro Key version 1.0.6
ASUS USB Charge Plus version 4.2.2
ASUS HiPost version 1.0.8
Intel Wireless LAN driver version 20.70.4.2
ASUS Wireless Radio Control version 1.0.0.9
Windows BIOS Flash Utility version 3.2.10.0
Intel Chipset Device Software version 10.1.1.45
ASUS ATK Package version 1.0.0060
Intel Bluetooth driver version 20.90.0.3

This is the site I use to source most of these drivers and programs: https://ivanrf.com/en/latest-asus-drivers-for-windows-10/

Have fun.

wallos
01-07-2019, 10:02 PM
Both the G752VS and the G752VSK use the CM238 chipset. I use BIOS 304 from the G752VS on my G752VSK, works fine.

Audio problems showed up after the Windows October update. The fix is to simply reinstall the original Realtek audio driver (V6.0.1.8302) found in your eSupport Folder, then reinstall the latest driver again. I still use Realtek V6.0.1.8443. This seems to work the best for me.

This same procedure can be done to install the ASUS Sonic Suite 3, ASUS Sonic Studio 3, and ASUS Sonic Radar 3.

I am now running the ASUS Gaming Center version 2.5.10. This works well with the Sonic Suite 3, Sonic Studio 3, Sonic Radar 3, Game First V, XSplit Gamecaster 3.3, ROG Game Visual, and GeForce Experience.

nVidia Graphic driver version 25.21.14.1735
ASUS BIOS 304
Realtek Audio driver version 6.0.1.8443
Realtek LAN driver version 10.28.615.2018
Genesys Multi-Card Reader driver version 4.5.3.2
ASUS Precision Touchpad driver version 11.0.34
Intel Management Engine Interface driver version 1829.12.0.1154
ASUS ME Firmware Driver Update Tool version 2.0.0.4
Intel Serial Controller driver version 30.100.1725.1
Thunderbolt driver version 17.3.74.400
Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver 15.9.1.1018
ASUS Sonic Suite 3 version 3.6.24
ASUS Sonic Studio and Sonic Radar version 3.6.42.51937
ASUS Touchpad Handwriting driver version 2.0.6
ASUS Gaming Center version 2.5.10
Game First V version 5.0.12.2
ROG Game Visual version 1.02.0001
ASUS Splendid Video Enhancement Technology version 3.33.0001
ASUS ROG Macro Key version 1.0.6
ASUS USB Charge Plus version 4.2.2
ASUS HiPost version 1.0.8
Intel Wireless LAN driver version 20.70.4.2
ASUS Wireless Radio Control version 1.0.0.9
Windows BIOS Flash Utility version 3.2.10.0
Intel Chipset Device Software version 10.1.1.45
ASUS ATK Package version 1.0.0060
Intel Bluetooth driver version 20.90.0.3

This is the site I use to source most of these drivers and programs: https://ivanrf.com/en/latest-asus-drivers-for-windows-10/

Have fun.

Thanks for answering, but I think I made a big mistake ... and I do not know if I can solve it, I did a clean installation of Windows and I lost the eSupport folder ... I was degraded for doing it. . That's because I think I can not get it back. I will do the test to install the drivers that you have ... right now I am struggling with the sonic studio 3

jdfrench3
01-07-2019, 10:09 PM
Here is a website that you can download your eSupport Folder. It is German, use a translator, downloads themselves are in English, the G752VS is located on the 2nd page. The downloads are mostly in DVD iso format. You can download and make a DVD or extract the files and place them into a folder (labeled eSupport).

Your choice.

Good Luck

https://www.asustreiber.de/downloads/category/60-windows-10

wallos
01-07-2019, 10:13 PM
Here is a website that you can download your eSupport Folder. It is German, use a translator, downloads themselves are in English, the G752VS is located on the 2nd page. The downloads are mostly in DVD iso format. You can download and make a DVD or extract the files and place them into a folder (labeled eSupport).

Your choice.

Good Luck

https://www.asustreiber.de/downloads/category/60-windows-10

... I love u. xD

I will do it step by step then, thanks!

wallos
01-07-2019, 10:35 PM
jdfrench3, now that I look at those ISOs, can not a recovery be made with this? I see that they have all the programs, although I do not know if it is viable.

jdfrench3
01-08-2019, 12:54 AM
Using the DVD iso, build yourself a DVD. That way you won't have to beg for assistance again because you wiped your hard drive.

Run the ASUS Installation Wizard (AsInsWiz.exe) program to restore all the programs and drivers within the eSupport Folder.

Do you not read any of your support documentation that came with your laptop? Why do you not know this? This has been discussed on this forum many times.

Dalski
07-26-2019, 12:26 PM
The latest for your noteook will be loacted at Asus Support Downloads (https://www.asus.com/support/Download-Center/) register your notebook and all available drivers and software for your paticular notebook will be there.

Check it out, when you enter G752VSK it does not show a G752VSK; it displays a G752 VS OC Edition. I had great hassle with these BIOS' as some time ago they were displaying G752VSK separately, however the BIOS shown under G752VSK was not correct, the BIOS under the G752 VS OC was the only ones that would work (I have a G752 VSK by the way for sure), I know what you're thinking lol.