1. Why not? Afaik laptops use the integrated graphics for less intensive stuff, then switch to the actual gpu when u start gaming.

  2. That’s not the case with Asus laptops, I have the rog strix g15 AE, where it’ll only use the igpu unless bypassed.

  3. Well technically it's showing what it should run at, but ive never seen a case where that isn't true. The only true way is to put it at like 60 hz and see if you notice a difference between two settings. Only other way is to enable the refresh rate indicator on the actual monitor with monitor buttons, but not all monitors have that option.

  4. most if not all monitors should have something that shows the current display mode (resolution and refresh rate)

  5. No. Just because it is rated for 4K60 FPS does not mean it will do a higher framerate at 1080P.

  6. I think you should check what version of HDMI it is (2.0, 2.1 or something like that) and google which resolution and refresh rate it supports.

  7. I used a usbc hub and then connected a monitor and then the laptop uses the 6800. Honestly the laptops a pain with no thunderbolt so my monitor gets capped at 100 frames . Other then these quirks it’s good but if I could do it over I would buy something differnt

  8. Why does not having a thunderbolt cap your monitor at 100 frames? If you connected to the dgpu it’ll be just fine right?

  9. The sleep issues haven't been addressed by Asus. So apart from using Group Policies to 'strong arm' better behavior, sleep will still be a problem with an external mouse connected. The good news is that when you use the laptop on-the-go, with no external mouse, the sleep behavior is fine. The problem with this machine is the way in which the USB bus complex stays 'active' electrically and the restrictive AMD "modern standby' controls vs. Intel counterparts. At the end of the day, some people are simply more sensitive to sleep behavior than others.

  10. What if I don’t put it to sleep at all? Then wouldn’t that solve the whole problem with the sleep issue?

  11. Yeah I understand that but what I’m asking is so long If I don’t have sleep mode on at all then that wouldn’t be an issue anymore right?

  12. I have the KIWI Design head strap as well as the controller grips (with two straps for safety) and vented facial interface to help with fogging up. They also come with a lenses cover to help with scratches. I am waiting on my 5m link cable now and pulley system too. I have done reviews on all of the above if you are interested. Let me know - I can post some links for you. I will do reviews for the link cable and pulleys when I get them.

  13. It allows you to play steamVR on standalone without a PC of your own. If you have a good PC, I def recommend using link cable.

  14. PC game and Queest games are totally different games. You can't play your quest games on PC to make them look better.

  15. Oh I see, so meaning if I play beat saber standalone with the quest I'll have data saved on that. However when i switch to the PCVR variant of it then the data wont be transferred over due to it being a different game?

  16. There is not much difference between airlink and link, both is streaming the content to the Quest and tracks the controller and head position. In both cases (or all, including VD) your Quest only acts as a video stream decoder and a head/hand tracking. All the render is done by your PC's GPU. Yes, the graphics is better and there are a lot of games which is not available as standalon at all.

  17. I don't think it will for you. I come from an ASUS laptop so am used to AC, and I need to change settings often (cap battery for the weekend, uncap it, mux switch usage, just to change the bloody RGB brightness!).

  18. A gaming laptop has 2 graphics cards:

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