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SirOxy
04-21-2017, 06:28 PM
Hello community, I have a Asus Rog G752VS (with gtx 1070 Micron), my laptop was working just fine until I forced installation of the nvidia driver 381.65 by modifying inf file, which was a fail for my system after installation. I made a clean installation to the previous driver, but i was having brightness flickering when i was on battlefield 1 loading screen, lagging and fps going up and down 45-85 fps. I noticed my VRam was stuck at 4007Mhz while gaming and even opening something (my computer, google chrome) my Vram jumps at 4007Mhz.

I tried reinstalling the windows clean + BIOS downgrade and upgrade again + VBios reinstall.

At this point im stuck and i dont know what to do. Please give me an advice.

Will a new bios update from the manufacture or a new vbios will fix my problem knowing that the GTX 1070 with MICRON have some voltage issue?

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Clintlgm
04-22-2017, 05:16 AM
sounds like you have really screwed your notebook up. I would have suggested a Reset to factory condition, since you did a clean install that won't be possible since you over wrote the factory recovery Partition with a generic Windows one.
I would reset Gaming Center to default, and uninstall it. Work with your drivers until you get your notebook to settle in again.

SirOxy
04-22-2017, 09:04 AM
sounds like you have really screwed your notebook up. I would have suggested a Reset to factory condition, since you did a clean install that won't be possible since you over wrote the factory recovery Partition with a generic Windows one.
I would reset Gaming Center to default, and uninstall it. Work with your drivers until you get your notebook to settle in again.


My problem started with the instalation of nvidia driver 381.65. So basically that driver messed with my gpu values.

Clintlgm
04-22-2017, 02:39 PM
I not sure I understand, I installed the 381.65 driver and it mostly worked fine there were some minor issues, so I simply went to NVidia website and downloaded the previous version 378.92 Ran it custom, and then Clean Install, no issues remained. I'll hold back on upgrading for the updates.
in your case if you have actually damaged your GPU that would take an RMA to fix it?
to repeat myself a restore to factory condition might have worked for you if you still had the Original recovery partition. Although I don't know of anything in it that would repair a damages GPU
At this point all you can do is insure your BIOS is up to date, Make sure all your hardware drivers are from the Asus Download (https://www.asus.com/support)site, all known to be working drivers for your notebook . If that doesn't get you going RMA will be your option as your hardware must be defective?

Dclubfoto
04-22-2017, 04:04 PM
378.92
Is working with brightness adjustment. Hardware should be fine. Just wait for Asus release the patch

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SirOxy
04-22-2017, 07:48 PM
378.92
Is working with brightness adjustment. Hardware should be fine. Just wait for Asus release the patch

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You give me hope my friend, i really hope the overclock issue will be solved with the next update from nvidia! !
But if the problem is still there, will a new bios update solve the issue ?

SirOxy
04-22-2017, 08:00 PM
I not sure I understand, I installed the 381.65 driver and it mostly worked fine there were some minor issues, so I simply went to NVidia website and downloaded the previous version 378.92 Ran it custom, and then Clean Install, no issues remained. I'll hold back on upgrading for the updates.
in your case if you have actually damaged your GPU that would take an RMA to fix it?
to repeat myself a restore to factory condition might have worked for you if you still had the Original recovery partition. Although I don't know of anything in it that would repair a damages GPU
At this point all you can do is insure your BIOS is up to date, Make sure all your hardware drivers are from the Asus Download (https://www.asus.com/support)site, all known to be working drivers for your notebook . If that doesn't get you going RMA will be your option as your hardware must be defective?

I did the same, clean install an old nvidia driver, but the problem was still there, 4007Mhz no matter what I do and brightness flikering in games + fps drop