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    Can the full featured BIOS solve the annoying USB ports low voltage issues causing external drives random dis/reconnect?
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...-disconnecting

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    Laptop (Model)GX501VI Zephyrus
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    For Audio, I try to Lowered buffer voltage to 1.8V since the Codec work from 1.5V to 3.3V. But still, the ALC668 will get hot.
    Enabling Third party Audio DSP support from Bios also require enabling WoV as a feature first. such as WAVE, DOLBY, DTS etc.

    For Left USB, I don't have disconnection this issues, so i cannot test it. Try disable below options and try.

    For now : Confirmed modification are changeable USB Charger Plus in battery mode option. Now you can disable the usb charger + in battery mode. meaning that Your system will not supplying power to USB when on battery ( after Shutdown ).
    This at least solved unwanted gaming mouse glow at night.
    Besides, RAM overclocking also works. Recommended OC Settings :
    If Stock 2133 ---> 2400 OC ,
    if stock 2400 ---> 2600 / 2666 OC
    On 2666 games probably wont run, or will crash the game. Above clock are tested, any higher will cause Complete Black Screen.

    CPU overclocking multiplier wont apply, still missing something here.
    Last edited by ROG_HARDCORE; 08-11-2016 at 11:02 AM.

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    CPU overclocking multiplier - I'm on a G752VT with a 6700HQ so non-k non unlocked multiplier. I really wanted this feature but not to overclock. Instead to lower the multipliers so the damn CPU doesn't heat up at just over 70% usage on physics heavy games. If I unlock the BIOS do you think there is a chance the multipliers will also get unlocked?

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    You can use ThrottleStop to underclock. Try if it work.
    https://www.techpowerup.com/download.../ThrottleStop/

    But one thing is, Skylake used to be cool, low power consumption as well. If your G752VT overheat easily, i suggest re-paste and cleaning. and also check your OS background process.
    for now overclock / down-clock from bios are not working, although menu are there with everything tune able and save. It wont apply after you boot to windows.
    For my G752VY with thermal grizzly kryonaut, never pass 75 Celsius in 100% CPU Stress Test all core 3.1GHZ 3 hours run. 29 Celsius room temperature.

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    THIS IS some crazy work here. Thanks a ton to Dreamonic and ROG_HARDCORE. You guys deserve it! I'll flash this now and see what I can do to further this.

    And for the obvious question - how does warranty work when this is flashed? Also, are the settings (and the BIOS itself) easy to revert to stock? What if the values are not set to default before restoring to stock?

    Might wanna know this before sending this out to ASUS for RMA. Keep up the good work!

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    This is safe, flashing and unlocking is safe. But tuning settings such as voltages and current in secret menu might harm. so only tune after research and understand the outcome.

    During flashing, do not interrupt! If any error, simply start the process again. Just dont reboot yet until success.

    RMA still covered thanks to asus. just in case setting goes wrong such as too much RAM OC, fully disassemble, remove battery connector, and bios battery connector for few seconds.
    after bios reset every settings will back to failsafe state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROG_HARDCORE View Post
    This is safe, flashing and unlocking is safe. But tuning settings such as voltages and current in secret menu might harm. so only tune after research and understand the outcome.

    During flashing, do not interrupt! If any error, simply start the process again. Just dont reboot yet until success.

    RMA still covered thanks to asus. just in case setting goes wrong such as too much RAM OC, fully disassemble, remove battery connector, and bios battery connector for few seconds.
    after bios reset every settings will back to failsafe state.
    I see, thanks. Did you figure out how to enable the audio modes yet? Also, how do you flash the modified bios? Just load it in the tool and hit 'write'?

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    RUN AFUWINGUI, click open, and search for the modified bios rom format. and click flash. don't interrupt and change any settings.

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    Just a quick interjection for any novice users that may read this.

    You botch anything here and you now have a very expensive paper weight.
    There is little to no gain to having access to any of these settings so IMO its not worth the risk. There is a reason they leave this stuff hidden. It only took them 6 months to get a BIOS that worked correctly with people whining the whole time now you want to flirt with disaster and modify it?

    Good luck for all who try, I wont be one of them.

    Also understand that this will 100% void your warranty. If you botch it and do not have the necessary tools you will have to send it off to ASUS to get resolution.

    I may try something like this when this machine is getting old and I have a replacement for it that is faster and meaner but for now I think Ill keep my very large investments BIOS with an ASUS approved, unmodified version. Currently 213.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array ROG_HARDCORE PC Specs
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    Anyway, just for research purpose. Risk have been listed, and most of the time are safe. there are failsafe which already build in, and the unlocked, modified only parts of bios.
    If conspiracy are true,that will be fun. I never believe or trust any cooperation or any business - political related relationship.

    Oh ya, you can adjust desired fan speed correspond to temperature from bios.

    I have tried everything and rendered it unbreakable, or un-brickable. There are cutoff that have build in, or limited. The worst only make system unstable but use-able.
    Its like an op amp, how can you obtain output be 10000V when the power supply to op amp only 12V? with gain of 1 million also, output cut off at 12V.

    Disaster? I dont see one. only the coward will say that. This is the opportunity to open up knowledge, and possibility for those who interested to learn and research.

    So Professor justin, we now learn that we have to keep this forum silent, dumb and uninteresting from you. sharing is crime, to be insulted and criticized.
    Therefore, it will stay that way forever. For the sake of the world peacefulness, everyone stick to stock forever and dont bother find option to explore, learn and find solutions.

    Achievement so far,
    1. unlocked USB charging options. SOLVED battery drain issues when power off state. ( because all usb will be powered 365 days, and 24 hours in stock, NOW OFF THAT! WHY force to power whole mobo when not in use? )( that's how you preserve battery dumbass asus?)
    2. OC RAM with stable performance and temperature.

    alright, all other treasure i will enjoy myself. Good day.
    Last edited by ROG_HARDCORE; 08-14-2016 at 06:33 PM.

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