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    Quote Originally Posted by dstrakele View Post
    From what I see, it looks like you have ThrottleStop 4.0 configured correctly to eliminate CPU Throttling. Hopefully other folks can offer suggestions to help you out.
    Maybe i am wrong here, but on the throttle Stop threads, it says to run it in "Monitoring Mode" . Thats what i do and TS 4.0 runs perfectly for me for stoping throttling,just open the app, close it and im good..no issues, no problems...i didnt touch much if any of the settings.

    I also noticed in the pics above he has TS turned on, not in "Monitoring Mode."...Logicly this should have no bearing on it working properly, but maybe that is the problem?!? I apologize, i am just through out suggestions as for what has worked for me, as i am not 100% familary with TS other options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stian234 View Post
    Thx for good adivce! for some reason i wasnt able to upload two of my jpg pictures. So i have uploaded them to this site.

    http://bildr.no/view/1089487
    http://bildr.no/view/1089490

    Any commets are welcome =)

    Edit: i can confirm that Bios version 209 does not solve the problem.
    Second picture, BD PROCHOT is supposed to be Unchecked, so that is probably why you are seeing throttling. And of course, you don't need to hit the "Turn ON" button for it to work. Other than that, everything else is fine.
    Current Laptop: MSI GT780 (no longer use the Asus G73SW-XA1)
    http://www.asusrog.com/forums/showth...-how-to-fix-it

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkillone View Post
    Second picture, BD PROCHOT is supposed to be Unchecked, so that is probably why you are seeing throttling. And of course, you don't need to hit the "Turn ON" button for it to work. Other than that, everything else is fine.
    Thank you alot for replaying

    Ive turned of BD PROCHOT and i still see the throttling Ive also tried to run the program stock settings without any luck
    So the turn on button doesnt matter ?

    Hopfully im doing somehting worng, because else there wont be a fix for me

    Thx alot for the help so far!

    Best regards
    Stian H. Jensen

    Edit :

    I can confirm this fixed the throttling problem for me:

    The guide is from our forum member Lannigan ! Read carefully!

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/asus...tling-fix.html

    THX!
    Last edited by Stian234; 01-28-2012 at 12:54 PM.

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    When saving a DXdiag report to the desktop and scrolling allll the way to the bottom I noticed it says forced throttling. Checking and unchecking the BD PROCT with or without restart doesn't change that. I also didn't notice any difference in FPS when enabling or disabling the throttling, that is with all the options at max with V-sync, AA, and AF max. I would be interested in getting AMIBCP so I can tweak my bios, but have no idea where to get the 64-bit version.
    OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Service Pack 1
    System Model: G74Sx-A2
    Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2630QM CPU @ 2.00GHz (8 CPUs), ~2.0GHz
    Memory: 16384MB RAM
    Drive C:
    Total Space: 127.0 GB
    Model: INTEL SSDSA2CW160G3
    Drive D:
    Total Space: 715.4 GB
    Drive E:
    Model: Slimtype BD
    Card name: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M
    Display Memory: 2767 MB
    Dedicated Memory: 3034 MB
    Current Mode: 1920 x 1080 (32 bit) (60Hz)
    Audio Description: Realtek Digital Output (Realtek High Definition Audio)

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    Just a heads up for all~


    The R&D team are duplicating this throttling issue now and are taking a serious note into this. ( please do give them some time, i know is like errr 13pages and nearly 1 year but i really pushhhhh all e way and probe them into checking this matter.. u know i love you guys~ )

    As for the driver issue in the web I have already also brought it up.

    Best Regards
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    P.S Meanwhile anyone still experiencing any forums posting issues? like double post or quotes?
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    Wow, thanks!
    Read the User's Manual for more info.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelS View Post
    Just a heads up for all~


    The R&D team are duplicating this throttling issue now and are taking a serious note into this. ( please do give them some time, i know is like errr 13pages and nearly 1 year but i really pushhhhh all e way and probe them into checking this matter.. u know i love you guys~ )

    As for the driver issue in the web I have already also brought it up.

    Best Regards
    Sawn


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    Nope. Posting is back to normal now.

    Thanks, also, for your "pushing" the R&D Team for this..

    I take your word for it..
    So, I'll be chalking up the days on my calendar, until the BIOS fix for all G-Series is released.

    ..but if it takes longer than the first 3 months of 2012 for it to be released.. Goodbye, ASUS.
    Last edited by PILGRIM; 02-02-2012 at 09:52 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PILGRIM View Post
    Nope. Posting is back to normal now.

    Thanks, also, for your "pushing" the R&D Team for this..

    I take your word for it..
    So, I'll be chalking up the days on my calendar, until the BIOS fix for all G-Series is released.

    ..but if it takes longer than the first 3 months of 2012 for it to be released.. Goodbye, ASUS.
    mark my words~~~
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelS View Post
    Just a heads up for all~


    The R&D team are duplicating this throttling issue now and are taking a serious note into this. ( please do give them some time, i know is like errr 13pages and nearly 1 year but i really pushhhhh all e way and probe them into checking this matter.. u know i love you guys~ )

    As for the driver issue in the web I have already also brought it up.

    Best Regards
    Sawn


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    Thanks, ColoneIS! I have two G74SXs that I RMA'd today due to the screen flickering at dark colors/low brightness and the keyboard issues. If I can get these fixed, and Asus releases a BIOS to fix the throttling issue, I'll have two perfect laptops.

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    So I took a look at a guide on notebookreview by Lannigan (Thanks a ton for the guide by the way Lannigan, MAJOR props) and decided to take the BIOS Flashing approach. I opened BIOS build 203 for the G74SX and made the said changes from the guide, but also giving people the option to access their CPU Configuration, Power & Performance, and ICC Overclocking Library from the BIOS Menu. Seems stable so far after stress tests and a little bit of gaming and boots seem a little bit quicker. Now I don't believe that the G74SX is using the same BIOS as the G73 or 53SW but I have posted a link below so anyone willing to can flash my the modded BIOS.

    Disclaimer: YOU DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK. I am not liable for any damage that may happen to your computer by flashing this BIOS file.

    1. Download the Windows BIOS Flashing Utility from Asus HERE under the BIOS Utilities tab.

    2. Download the modded BIOS file from Here

    3. Open Install then open up the Winflash utility in your Start>ASUS Utility folder and hit Ok when the warning opens.

    4. You will be prompted to locate the bios file you just downloaded, find the .203 file and hit Open.

    5. The BIOS flash utility should open and give you information regarding your Current BIOS Rom and the BIOS image you just opened. Review the details if you want but otherwise hit Flash at the bottom.

    6. It should only take roughly a minute to flash the new BIOS.

    7. Hit Exit to restart.

    You shouldn't really have any problems as I didn't. But a BIOS can be fairly picky sometimes. Press F2 at boot to get into the menu and browse around to take a look at the options. If you don't know what an option is then its best to leave it.
    OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Service Pack 1
    System Model: G74Sx-A2
    Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2630QM CPU @ 2.00GHz (8 CPUs), ~2.0GHz
    Memory: 16384MB RAM
    Drive C:
    Total Space: 127.0 GB
    Model: INTEL SSDSA2CW160G3
    Drive D:
    Total Space: 715.4 GB
    Drive E:
    Model: Slimtype BD
    Card name: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M
    Display Memory: 2767 MB
    Dedicated Memory: 3034 MB
    Current Mode: 1920 x 1080 (32 bit) (60Hz)
    Audio Description: Realtek Digital Output (Realtek High Definition Audio)

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