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Deusdead
03-21-2013, 12:41 AM
Hello there. : )

Please excuse my English, i don't like to use translator
I buyed the Asus N56VZ a few days ago, with this characteristics.

8 GB RAM
NVIDIA GEFORECE GT 650m 4GB
Intel Core I7 3630QM 2.40 GHZ
1 Tera HDD

But it comes with Windows 8, and compatibility problems with a few games, and weird errors with programs
so i begging to hate this O.S, i want go back Windows 7 ( i´ve never a problem with this S.O )
My question is the warranty would be affected if i downgrade the S.O?

How W8 is working for you?
Would the game FPS or computer affected?
Windows 8 has a really noticeable changes ? is good for gaming?
I´ve looked the drivers page and there are W7 drivers, so everything will be ok? lol.

Zygomorphic
03-21-2013, 01:33 AM
You should be just fine downgrading the OS. The warranty will not be affected. If there are software problems with Windows 7 (driver incompatibilities), then that would be your problem. Your English is quite good, so no problems there. Many of the drivers will be installed by default with Windows. The CPU-Z screenshots look just fine, and just like I would expect. Go ahead and downgrade, and post back if you have problems, and especially when you have success!

P.S. Welcome to the forums! :)

Pitcher@asus
03-21-2013, 02:00 AM
you will not affected warranty when you downgrade to win 7, but if asus have not provide win 7 driver, you can not require asus provide driver, others, when you send back to asus server center to repair or something, asus will recover back to win 8 (factory(orignal) image).

Deusdead
03-21-2013, 10:04 AM
: )

Thanks, i´ve checked the Asus driver page and they support all the drivers for Windows 7
Also i already registered the product for the Guarantee a few hours ago.
I have to say Im in love with this Asus, i need to know how to configure the 3D card options properly,
because i have everything in max
i ran Crysis 2 in Extreme Graphics like 30-35 FPS and Very high 40-55 FPS
but when i try Clive Barkers Jericho with everything in max is like 15-16 FPS,
but when i disable edge enhancement x8 it ran like 45-60 FPS.

Thanks for Your Help :)

Zygomorphic
03-21-2013, 10:19 AM
Edge enhancement may be simply too much for the 650M. Some of those special effects are very intense on the GPU, even if they don't provide much in the way of overall graphics enhancements.

Zygomorphic
07-26-2013, 02:13 AM
@l33d80, please only post your issue in one thread. Otherwise, it makes it harder for people to respond, since the responses get split up among multiple threads. For those who are interested, here is the link to the main thread:
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?25576-N56VZ-bull****&p=288342&posted=1#post288342

leed80
07-28-2013, 12:43 AM
@l33d80, please only post your issue in one thread. Otherwise, it makes it harder for people to respond, since the responses get split up among multiple threads. For those who are interested, here is the link to the main thread:
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?25576-N56VZ-bull****&p=288342&posted=1#post288342

All of them is happening coz I'm in critical situation with this laptop and wanted to draw someone's attention to my big problem

Sorry for every thing

Zygomorphic
07-28-2013, 01:45 AM
All of them is happening coz I'm in critical situation with this laptop and wanted to draw someone's attention to my big problem

Sorry for every thing
No problem. :) Don't worry about it. That's why I just dealt with it and told you. I understand the worry, but most of the people around here who frequent the forums read more than one thread in a sub-forum, and so would find it anyway. This way, we get all the responses in one place, which helps you and everyone else. Also, since people are from all over the world, don't worry if you don't get a response immediately, give it a day or so, so that everyone has a chance to read it.

leed80
07-28-2013, 02:23 AM
No problem. :) Don't worry about it. That's why I just dealt with it and told you. I understand the worry, but most of the people around here who frequent the forums read more than one thread in a sub-forum, and so would find it anyway. This way, we get all the responses in one place, which helps you and everyone else. Also, since people are from all over the world, don't worry if you don't get a response immediately, give it a day or so, so that everyone has a chance to read it.

Thank you man for raise my spirit
Now i read more articles, and many people solved the problem with overclocking
just now I want to know how to overclock the GPU, I need to explain in detail in this topic
I read overclocking GPU depends on CPU freq. and RAM...... etc.
I have XtremeTuner program to do that as I read,
and Spec:
ASUS N56VZ-S4298H, Intel® Core™ i7-3630QM 2.40 GHz, 4 cores (8 CPUs),~2.4Hz- 12GB Memory DDR3, 1TB HDD, DVDRW, 15.6" HD LED, GeForce GT650M 4GB, Windows 8 64x.

Can you help me to try together????

leed80
07-28-2013, 10:11 PM
May be they are useful :o

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Zygomorphic
07-29-2013, 01:56 AM
Try MSI afterburner, it works fine. I will tell you that you do need to be careful, and remember that you usually can't OC a laptop very much, due to the limited thermal dissipation (cooling). However, if you tweak carefully (a little clock increase at a time), you can usually get some improvement in performance. Be careful though, and absolutely NEVER tweak the voltages, no matter what some may say. On a laptop, this is the surest way to fry the video card.

Fred@Asus
08-02-2013, 06:12 PM
Downgrading/changing the OS on the unit will not void your manufacturer warranty. However, customer support/service will be limited to assist with software issues that may arise once the downgrade has been completed. Aside from that the unit would be fully covered under the warranty.

leed80
08-22-2013, 07:24 PM
Finally, I discovered something, when I connect the charger, the laptop is working perfectly even if the temperature is 88cْ,
but when I disconnect the charger, directly is starting cutting for a while or hanging or freezing
and when he starting the cutting and i connect the charger, it's working perfectly again,
What do you think?

Fred@Asus
08-22-2013, 08:54 PM
I'm not sure if I'm understanding correctly but I'm assuming while plugged in the power mode will be different then when using battery. Although it should not make the unit hang or freeze.

Zygomorphic
08-23-2013, 01:34 AM
Throttling is a common issue on battery, the battery, especially a worn one, cannot source enough current to run the laptop at full speed, whereas a charger can power the laptop completely. If that is the case, it's normal, and expected to happen from all laptops.