ASUS F9S NOTEBOOK AUDIO DRIVER (2019)
ASUS F9S NOTEBOOK AUDIO DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||39.6 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
ASUS F9S NOTEBOOK AUDIO DRIVER
Asus Compatible Notebook Adapter 65W 19V 3.42A
The LCD display is very bright and Asus F9S Notebook Audio it weren't for the reflections, would be very usable under sunlight. The glare is unavoidable in all glossy screens. The screen itself is vibrant and sharp, no complains about it so far. As expected, there were no dead pixels. Side viewing angles are very good, maybe even too good if privacy is important to you.
Vertical viewing angles aren't that great though, but still pretty acceptable. My only wish is, well, if only it's a Usage After 20 minutes of usage, the notebook warms up considerably. Depending on the usage, the air vent on the left Asus F9S Notebook Audio side may get very hot, with hot air blowing out as the fans kick in. The rest of the notebook remains slightly warm, which is quite acceptable.
The base does get warm, but not uncomfortably so. I guess all the heat is effectively channeled out through the vents.
I haven't tested the processor and GPU temp yet. Under normal operations, it's reasonably silent and barely audible in normal indoor conditions. In a silent room though, the fan and hard drive can be heard, but not too distracting.
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For a notebook that weighs 4 pounds, the power brick weighs a freaking pound! Battery life is about average on this notebook. A hour battery life would be much better, but Asus F9S Notebook Audio a sacrifice that has to be paid for the dedicated graphics.
Asus F9S Notebook Audio Salespeople who claim a 4 hour battery life have no idea what they're talking about. Performance Vista took about a minute to boot, and continues loading stuff for another minute or so. I wanted a fresh installation, so I popped in the recovery DVD, and manually reinstalled windows, and repartitioned the hard drive. This removed all the bloat and trial software, which frankly isn't that much to begin with. Booting Asus F9S Notebook Audio to the login screen takes a little more than 40secs with a clean installation, and another 30 secs after that to load everything else. I had a bit of trouble with the fingerprint scanner in the beginning, sometimes needing two or three swipes before it could be recognized. So far, everything seemed quite responsive even when multitasking, but I haven't tried other processor intensive tasks like encoding video while running a virus scan that kinda thing.
The great thing about this notebook is that it comes with a dedicated Dx10 Nvidia GeForce M G graphics card though it's the slowest version of the series.
I haven't tested out any games on this notebook yet, but judging from reviews of other similarly specced notebooks, it should be slightly faster than the previous generation card. Older games like HL2, WoW, should run well at high settings.
Games like Civilization IV, Rome: Total War should run fine too. With the settings set to High Performance, these were the temperature ranges of the CPU for the various tasks the notebook was being used for please keep in mind that these values are approximations:Equipped with the Asus F9S Notebook Audio dual core technology, the F9S enables users to simultaneously This notebook offers a smart balance of mobility and performance with. F9S.
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