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BlueEyes
08-14-2017, 12:09 PM
Soo im not much of a pc/laptop expert soo sorry if this question may be super silly.
Currently when I wanna enter my bios I go the usual route of turning off my laptop, turning it back on and spamming F2, that lets me enter a super plain simple and boring bios that has about 4 options such as boot, safety etc etc....
I was wondering how how can I enter/make bios in ''advanced mode''...so that I have a more happy and intresting interface such as this one - http://prntscr.com/g8aghc instead of something like this - http://prntscr.com/g8agx3 ( Both pictures are from the internet ).
The main reason behind this is that I can't seem to find an option to enable/disable HPET on a ''normal bios'', soo im guessing the ''advanced mode'' has it or something.

Why do I wanna do that ?. Simply because its driving me insane to know im playing Overwatch with a laptop whose specs should be good enough for high/ultra quality, but I cant play it like that because I have 18-30 FPS. I played around with my settings and I have the quality on epic but everything advanced about it is set to low, and now I can sometimes pull off 140fps when noone is around me, and if there are other players/ mid battle its always 50 and under.
I heard enabling/disabling HPET helps the problem a lot.

Clintlgm
08-14-2017, 07:54 PM
There is no advanced UEFI on Asus notebooks, What you are seeing is what we get as far as Asus is concerned!!
With that said there is a way to open advanced mode, If you are not an expert I would advise against doing this as it involves flashing a custom BIOS. It will void your Warranty and you risk bricking your notebook doing it. I won't link you but if you goggle for it, I think the website was voltground or something like that. Just attempting to install a custom BIOS can and has bricked notebooks don't take this warning lightly unless you are an expert notebook customizer/programmer.

BlueEyes
08-15-2017, 06:49 AM
There is no advanced UEFI on Asus notebooks, What you are seeing is what we get as far as Asus is concerned!!
With that said there is a way to open advanced mode, If you are not an expert I would advise against doing this as it involves flashing a custom BIOS. It will void your Warranty and you risk bricking your notebook doing it. I won't link you but if you goggle for it, I think the website was voltground or something like that. Just attempting to install a custom BIOS can and has bricked notebooks don't take this warning lightly unless you are an expert notebook customizer/programmer.

Nah I preffer not poking my nose where it doesn't belong too :P....Still with that option out of the way I dont see any other way to enable/disable HPET or a way to make my pc have more than 50fps on Overwatch on low settings, even tho optimal with my specs should be atleast high, im not sure if its because of me or the game, because I've heard other ppl complaining aswell.
Either way thank you for the reply and warnings ^_^