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  1. Eventually I ended up putting the STRIX RAID DLX...

    Eventually I ended up putting the STRIX RAID DLX card into a dedicated Windows rig meant for whatever stuffs (mostly games) that couldn't be done on Linux at the moment. Without any proper...
  2. I don't think it's directly related to software...

    I don't think it's directly related to software piracy. To me it's more like that they can conceal much more information from end users (as well as competitors) on Windows than on other operating...
  3. I've already achieved what I wanted using a wired...

    I've already achieved what I wanted using a wired volume controller I've ordered which just arrived. The volume controller has connectors for speakers and microphones (to sound card), plus another...
  4. An update on things...

    As I currently don't have any spare Windows machines to test further... I could only test and look for clues on Linux whenever I have some spare time.

    The control box is actually a HID device...
  5. Guess I'll need to turn to the ALSA community for...

    Guess I'll need to turn to the ALSA community for the answers.

    But still, as for 4.16 kernel, except output switching, the control box, and the requirement of "iommu=soft" when booting,...
  6. STRIX RAID DLX - Can the control box be made functional under Linux?

    At present I'm able to get my STRIX RAID DLX (0b05:180c) working under Linux. However, it turned out that the control box does not function and I couldn't switch between speaker and headphones...
  7. The Ryzen CPU has a built-in PSP (Platform...

    The Ryzen CPU has a built-in PSP (Platform Security Processor) which provisions the fTPM service. When you replace the CPU, from the message, it looks like you've been given the option to either...
  8. [GL702ZC] Kernel Panic when waking up after screen went blank.

    I'm running latest Manjaro and this problem existed since day one. At first I could not find out exactly why, but eventually after looking at journalctl I was able to find traces of kernel oops...
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    The device is hardly intended to be used on...

    The device is hardly intended to be used on battery for a prolonged amount of time to begin with, as it's mostly desktop hardware in a laptop shell. You can simply consider the battery as a portable...
  10. It's just that EZ Flash might not be as reliable...

    It's just that EZ Flash might not be as reliable as to boot into a DOS environment and use a flasher capable of flashing the capsule (BUPDATER, maybe, but ASUS is not providing it for this laptop)....
  11. Need help reaching the flash chip...

    I found the latest BIOS, but when flashing using the built-in EZ Flash 3 the system for some reason froze completely at halfway and now I have no other choice but to attempt a manual flash using a...
  12. Still "within 2 weeks"... It's been quite a while...

    Still "within 2 weeks"... It's been quite a while since the thread started and many who had already filed the bug to the support had received similar replies implying the new BIOS is coming...
  13. Yeah, I've been trying my best to keep myself...

    Yeah, I've been trying my best to keep myself from reaching the patience's limit...

    It's almost a month since I got my unit, yet there are still no news about a formal fix for this issue. I prefer...
  14. It's been quite a while. I've been very busy with...

    It's been quite a while. I've been very busy with work as a lot of stuffs needed to be done by the end of the year.

    Given the protection mechanisms incurred with the recent laptops regading BIOS,...
  15. There...

    There are already bug reports filed about this matter and ASUS did response stating the next BIOS will have it enabled.

    The only problem is that the new BIOS is still soon(TM)... I can wait, but...
  16. 8C/16T laptops are quite new, so it's no...

    8C/16T laptops are quite new, so it's no surprising people'd want that for VMs and emulators (like Bluestacks). Leaving SVM disabled defeats that purpose. For the time being I've not heard of any...
  17. Regarding messing up the BIOS... it's just that...

    Regarding messing up the BIOS... it's just that some BIOS features are still kinda WIP and nothing else. Given my experience on Linux I don't think there are any serious specification violations...
  18. Some other questions regarding GL702ZC's BIOS...

    Aside from the SVM being disabled and not configurable, I'm having a few more questions about the BIOS of my GL702ZC:

    1. From looking into the BIOS file, I found some hidden options (not visible...
  19. I'm not sure about the exact reason, but it's...

    I'm not sure about the exact reason, but it's likely it hasn't been thoroughly tested to ensure the issue would not have side effects, such as causing system errors, or worse, rendering the laptop...
  20. If this is simply a matter of "not yet thoroughly...

    If this is simply a matter of "not yet thoroughly tested" then I think it'll eventually be tested and be available given the Ryzen laptop is still new. The BIOS also does contain a few more features...
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    If NVMe related settings and statuses show up in...

    If NVMe related settings and statuses show up in the BIOS after installing the new SSD, then you're good to go, the SSD is correctly detected and is operating in NVMe mode. Normally those NVMe...
  22. Apparently the SVM feature is included in the...

    Apparently the SVM feature is included in the BIOS, just that it's disabled by default and is not visible to users, so it's very likely this feature might be provided in later BIOS updates, possibly...
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