EDIT: I took out the cpu and inspected for bent pins carefully. I flashback the bios to 0503 to get the system working again.Everything is fine, cleaned off the old thermal paste and put a fresh line of thermal paste (Arctic MX-4) and re-seated the Corsair H110 carefully. The last good know bios is the 0603; 07 are broken.Create a folder like 'bios' on your hard drive for the unzipped bios file.Some people will copy the bios file to a USB drive for flashing, but I prefer to skip this step and just load the bios file straight from the hard drive. Enter the bios using the 'F2' key as soon as you power on the notebook.The last good know bios is the 0603; 07 are broken.ASUS should delete those bios from their site and do a better job. It works without hiccups and has solved quite a few problems for many users. It works without hiccups and has solved quite a few problems for many users.Assuming you're using the EZ Flash Utility, the BIOS will update and when the bar reaches 100% it will restart your first to finish the update.
ASUS should delete those bios from their site and do a better job.
The Q-Code is 90 So far it's over an hour and still waiting.
My BIOS was 0603 and I haven't flashed or download the latest version. My specs are: Rampage V Extreme i7 5930K Corsair Hydro H110 Corsair Obsidian 750D Samsung ssd 840 EVO 1TB Seagate Barracuda 2TB 4X4GB Corsair Platinum Dominator 2666 Corsair AX1200i Lite-On 124-14 ROG Pheobus soundcard Gigabyte GTX Ge Force 670 Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit The update procedue should only occur after a UEFI update is made.
Can anyone from Asus confirm what other fixes are included other than the CPU throttle fix. Flashing the bios with Win7 and Win8 is not very different except maybe the process to enter the bios.
Unfortunately, I don't have more information about the G750Jw 208 bios updates, so if you aren't interested in the battery performance issue I would skip it.