I know this is an olde post, but i guess i have the unser why this laptops are so f***king Bad. Even Asus support is worst!!! i really thing that they are all random people that doent know nothing about pc’s /hardware…..
The major problem of Asus GL502VMK comes from the GPU….
I have a GL502VMK with a GTX1060 6GB, and one thing i notice is that the graffic card is getting too mutch Voltage.
on a load she is getting 1.2V this generats more heat in addition to CPU heat starts to throttle.
The factory clock for the GTX 1060 6Gb is 1440mhz on a normal load, and 1660mhz boost load ( arround this) and i notice that on this laptop is making on a normal load 1710mhz and on boost 2005mhz, this means that the graffic card is overcloked…. generating more heat….
using MSI afterburner, and underclock the GPU, i was abble to run Apex legends with normal settings and 120fps without glitch and freeze and the temps on CPU arrownd 69º and graffic card 59º/65º ….
But this was resoult of 2years of research of sullution for this PC…. i have spend mutch money and couldnt play any games!! Despite of my attempt to see if asus could help and solve this problem, they gave me wrong info, and they dont know what the talk about…. them dont even know that is intel XMP profile….
1 thing is for sure, is that im will never get nothing from asus no more!!! im done with them….
I just purchased ROG GL503V, 2 weeks ago. The laptop temperature rise up to 75 Celsius. I never even download or play any games. Just normal office use.
- de Kanesh Kaizens
Because these computers are junk. I have been buying them for years thinking they are good. Then I spend 20 hours updating drivers and modifying GPU, cpu and more. Simply because ASUS is to lazy to put out good product that doesnt need tons of tweaking. My Omen didnt need a thing and out performs my 503.
- de fitblaze
I'm starting to think your way about Asus. I bought asus gl502vm, would shutdown during games. I repaste with mx-4 and k5-pro. Booted up, ran valley benchmark . It then shut off after I heard a muted pop. Then would not boot. Main board shows no visible damage, and capacitors looked fine. Don't know what's wrong. Disconnected battery before pasting...
- de William McKesson
I have a GL522VL with Core i7 processor. Overheating to the max. Disassembled and in removing the heat sink found three of the four anchors that screw down the heat sink to the processor had come loose from the motherboard. The heat sink was not being held down tightly to the CPU, so it was not absorbing and carrying away the heat. I'm going to try super glue to fasten the anchors, but this is not a good reflection on Asus.
- de hirichardshi
dont buy asus laptops. i have the same problem like @hirichardshi. thats why i hate asus
- de Konstantin
Mostrar 5 comentarios más