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Fataleyez
10-11-2017, 12:50 PM
I really want to know if it really worth it like it can improve performance and solve a bug on ASUS ROG installed bloatware or something else that have a problem with the system like the CPU and GPU will like randomly increase and decrease the clock by itself when it was idle, yeah is it worth it to clean install?

Arigatou Gozaimasu :D
Thanks for reading :cool:

haihane
10-11-2017, 02:48 PM
Your lack of punctuation is... i must fix dis.



I really want to know if it really worth it,
(what, clean install then format it with bloatware?!)

like it can improve performance ? (how the heck does this improve performance? you take out the trash out of your room, then you put trash back into your room. your room was first cleaned, then UN-cleaned)!


and solve a bug on ASUS ROG installed bloatware (what bug? referral link please)

or something else that have a problem with the system like the CPU and GPU will like randomly increase and decrease the clock by itself when it was idle, yeah is it worth it to clean install?
(i kinda gave up trying to understand this, for the fear of my sanity going to the point of no return)


Arigatou Gozaimasu :D
Thanks for reading :cool:

<goes off somewhere else, swearing.>
you'll have an earful about Spaces, Dots, Commas, and most importantly ENTER KEY, if i was your teacher.

Korth
10-11-2017, 03:36 PM
I also would've responded. But I couldn't parse the convoluted wording, syntax, and meaning.

Bad translation, I think. Sorry, don't understand. Please restate the question?

mkz168
10-11-2017, 04:52 PM
Ignore them, this is a tech forum, not your English class...

Back to the question now.

With the default format there is one major problem that made my game unplayable, and itís all due to the Gaming Center that keeps my CPU and GPU at a extreme setting which cause lag spikes every few seconds! The only solution for me without any other 3rd party apps to fix this issue is to clean install Windows, which will 100% fix this problem!

Reminder: if you have the SSD as your main bootable drive to put your OS on, then you might wanted to grab a SSD driver from Intelís website before clean install, or the motherboard might not see the drive! GL

Clintlgm
10-11-2017, 08:22 PM
Generally speaking I no longer do a clean install unless there is no other way. Simply uninstall any Asus programs you don't think you need. If you find you did need one of them you'll find all in your eSuppot folder. If you do a clean install be sure you copy that eSupport folder don't lose it there drivers that that you find anywhere else. As mention earlier have your IRST Raid driver ready you'll have to F6 install it for your install media to see the SSD. Here is how to do the clean install https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?76993-Guide-How-to-install-windows-8-8-1-10-The-proper-way-(UEFI-based-installation)

JustinThyme
10-12-2017, 12:35 AM
On a laptop I always discourage clean installs. If you read around a bit in this section of the forum one thing you will see a lot of, people with problems AFTER they did a so called "clean install" I haven't counted but I would venture so say this is probably the most posted problem from fixing something that wasn't broken.

Bloatware is minimal and can be uninstalled in 5 mins or less with Ccleaner.
Gaming center is actually crucial to getting the max clocks out of your rig and is model dependent. On a G752 series no gaming center and you miss out on higher clocks that are available and can only be activated in the gaming center.

If you cant avoid the temptaion.....
Always have the IRST drivers ready
Always save the eSupport folder that has all your drivers and software as some of it is not replaceable online.

Fataleyez
10-12-2017, 01:54 PM
(what, clean install then format it with bloatware?!)

Its not THEN it's THAN, read the title carefully ty ;)

Fataleyez
10-12-2017, 02:01 PM
Have you got any problems when you attempt to clean install?

Fataleyez
10-12-2017, 02:02 PM
I also would've responded. But I couldn't parse the convoluted wording, syntax, and meaning.

Bad translation, I think. Sorry, don't understand. Please restate the question?

Very Sorry, but can you just answer my title question? ty.

Fataleyez
10-12-2017, 02:12 PM
On a laptop I always discourage clean installs. If you read around a bit in this section of the forum one thing you will see a lot of, people with problems AFTER they did a so called "clean install" I haven't counted but I would venture so say this is probably the most posted problem from fixing something that wasn't broken.

Bloatware is minimal and can be uninstalled in 5 mins or less with Ccleaner.
Gaming center is actually crucial to getting the max clocks out of your rig and is model dependent. On a G752 series no gaming center and you miss out on higher clocks that are available and can only be activated in the gaming center.

If you cant avoid the temptaion.....
Always have the IRST drivers ready
Always save the eSupport folder that has all your drivers and software as some of it is not replaceable online.

I have another question, can you explain about V-Sync, G-Sync, and without using both of them, what is the Pros and Cons for enable V/G-Sync than disable them? ty.

JustinThyme
10-12-2017, 02:37 PM
I have another question, can you explain about V-Sync, G-Sync, and without using both of them, what is the Pros and Cons for enable V/G-Sync than disable them? ty.



Please forgive the children who find it necessary to correct *simple grammar problems instead of trying to help someone who is at least trying and itís obvious that English is not their primary language. You are doing fine at conveying what it is you seek.*

Vsync is old news that doesnít do much. Itís a software attempt to do what gysync does through hardware.*
*
Gsync matches the display refresh rate to the output of the GPU.
What sometimes happens when your display is refreshing too fast you get tearing. Whatís happening is the display is pulling the same frame more than once and it causes a shift on the display. Turn Gsync on and no matter what refresh rate the display is set at it will be matched to the frame rendering rate of the GPU. Intensive game slows down to 40FPS then the display is slowed to 40Hz to match it.*

This is about quality not performance. I generally leave Gsync turned off unless I start getting unreasonable and repetitive screen tearing as it does take processing time to make the magic happen. This will result in a slight performance hit. Drops my 3Dmarks Firstrike score by about 500 just having it enabled and having the GeForce experience app running takes another hit of 200-300 points.*

haihane
10-12-2017, 03:31 PM
fair enough. i was taken aback by the lack of punctuation. i dished some out, i'll take it back in stride.

Justin, the hero of the day, saving a damsel in distress.
put it this way: once you're properly trained in sentence structuring, these things follow you for life. my mistake was i allowed my annoyance getting the better of me, though nowhere did i say i wouldn't help.

i wouldn't call this condition OCD, but it disturbs me to a degree that i cannot Not-Fix it. it came to me much later that i came across as rude (though that wasn't my intention, but rather, help me understand you so folks can help you better).

i should learn from mkz168, better voice out one's irk with threats to screw one's mother in another language and avoid getting caught altogether. while i, get slapped on the wrist for a reaction i couldn't help.

mkz168
10-12-2017, 08:43 PM
fair enough. i was taken aback by the lack of punctuation. i dished some out, i'll take it back in stride.

Justin, the hero of the day, saving a damsel in distress.
put it this way: once you're properly trained in sentence structuring, these things follow you for life. my mistake was i allowed my annoyance getting the better of me, though nowhere did i say i wouldn't help.

i wouldn't call this condition OCD, but it disturbs me to a degree that i cannot Not-Fix it. it came to me much later that i came across as rude (though that wasn't my intention, but rather, help me understand you so folks can help you better).

i should learn from mkz168, better voice out one's irk with threats to screw one's mother in another language and avoid getting caught altogether. while i, get slapped on the wrist for a reaction i couldn't help.

Holy smoke, you actually went to Google for it [emoji14]

But back to the question itself.. No I had not had one single problem after clean install! Just make sure you get all the drivers from ASUSís website then youíll be just fine.


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