the i7 version also has RTX3070 and 32 GB. I used both versions and felt no performance increase.
What surprised me was much higher temperatures in the UX582 with the i7 compared to the UX581 with the i7.
With the claimed 36% better cooling, your experience is surprising.
My Amazon USA order for ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED UX582 i9 was placed June 23.
My order will be arriving July 7.
Can someone check if the left speaker is also buzzing when playing Windows notifications? I can hear it like on the recording https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XE8XG2Rwl7nZrvDhhZPM1oBDy6ulNgUO/view?usp=sharing
in the previous UX581 I had a UEFI bios with a graphical interface. In the UX582 I have an "old" BIOS with no graphical interface. What's in your UX582? BIOS or UEFI?
It's still going to be upgradeable to the UEFI that Windows 11 requires.
BTW, I'm typing on my new UX582 that I just got today. I've been setting it up for the past few hours. So far, I find nothing whatsoever wrong with it.
If it is only happening when playing Windows Notifications, it can't be a physical problem with the speaker. My new UX582 was just delivered a few hours ago and I'm not hearing any speaker problems. I'm finding the speakers be quite excellent, especially for a laptop computer.
Do You have "old" BIOS with no graphical interface ?
This not only applies to Windows notifications, but is very rare in other cases. can you check e.g. the sound after locking the keyboard on Screen pad +?
I've looked and yes, the BIOS is not in a graphical interface. I don't believe, however, that makes the BIOS itself "old". 😉
I've only been using my new UX582 i9 for a few hours, but I haven't heard any sound anomalies so far. I don't hear any sound difference when locking the keyboard on ScreenPad+.
I'm wondering what other hardware differences there might be, as I have the I9 version, and you have the i7 version.
i had versions with i9 and i returned due to speaker buzzing temperatures which prevent i9 from working at full performance.
My UX582 i9 is, so far, working quite well. I've now stressed it with DaVinci Resolve Studio 4K video processing and there is no sign of temperature throttling or not working at full performance. The fans can get a bit loud when rendering 4K video files, but this is to be expected. My speakers sound excellent with no buzzing. In fact, the speaker sound has exceeded my expectation. I've not yet had my UX582 i9 for a full day. If I experience any problems, I will relate them on this thread.
how do you check for throttling? Run HWinfo and render video. You'll see throttling occur.
did you listen to my recording of the left speaker? can you record your left speaker with the same notification?
Yes, I listened to your recording. I don't hear a speaker buzzing on your recording. I hear a bell sound with reverberation following the initial sound. It sounds normal to me.
I'm a trained classical pianist. I majored in performance in college. I listened to some of my favorite pianists and pieces. They sound good. Not as good as my audiophile stereo system, of course, but for a notebook computer I would call it excellent sound. Take my word for my judgement of sound.
I don't know, maybe it's not a buzz but reverberation. All I know is that the UX581 didn't have it and the sound was clear? can you record the same notification on your UX582?
I also had the UX581, and I had it since it was released. The sound on my UX581 was quite noticeably inferior to my UX582. I was hoping the sound on my UX582 would be better and I wasn't disappointed. The difference in sound quality between the two is not subtle.
To compare our notification bell sound, we would have to be using the same recording equipment in the same space at the same recording distance and the same volume.
I play my 7' 5" concert grand piano in a large living room with ceramic tile flooring and a 2.5 story ceiling. The sound is magnificent. I know sound quality. Trust me when I say there is no buzzing in my UX582 speakers.
if you don't hear the buzzing in my recording it will be hard to understand. For me, the sound is terrible, much worse than in the UX581, but if this sound is normal for you, I don't see any understanding.
I went back and listened to your recording again. I hear a PC notification bell followed by reverberation with a pulsating vibrato one hears with a ringing bell. I hear no buzzing that I would associate with a malfunctioning or broken speaker. I no longer have my UX581 to compare, but from memory the sound quality is vastly different in favor of my new UX582.
Does anyone else following this thread have a comment on gszkop's recording?