Model - ROG strix G15 G512LI i7 _ 10750H 16GB ram Nvidia GTX 1650Ti Windows 10 - latest version up to date
I recently played need for speed payback and free fire using bluestacks 5 emulator. last day i play before get this problem i turn off my laptop with battery power. because a power cut for our area. after i turn it on with plug in. i,m sure charger connected correctly and i never up to date any gpu drivers on gtx 1650ti graphics. Pc always connected to WIFI and some times my asus update run itn background. I think the reason for my issue windows update or asus update.
Before, GPU usage around 30-40 % when i play free fire with 1000-1600 MHz. it makes about 70-100 fps. When i playing NFS payback GPU usage 80%-90% with 100+ fps.
Now, When playing free fire gpu usage same but frequency 200- 1000 MHz. But No fps drop. I feel bad lighting on my lid. When gaming i feel it too darken more than before. When NFS payback running suddenly GPU usage gone 99% 30% with drop fps too much. again gpu run normally. I think it may be an Asus system control V3 problem. I reset my Pc Without keeping files. Updated windows. Search Drivers using my Asus app. Updated Nvidia Game ready drivers. But My problem not fixed.
In Device manager under the system devices tab , Asus system control interface 3 and armoury create control interface device status says No drivers are installed for this device. Asus Service versions, Item Version ---- ------- Armoury Crate UWP App 22.214.171.124 ROG Live Service 126.96.36.199 AURA Service (Lighting Service) 3.05.29 Armoury Crate service 5.0.8 ASUS Aac_NBDT HAL 188.8.131.52 ASUS Keyboard HAL 1.01.21 ASUS MB Peripheral Products 1.0.33 ASUS Mouse HAL 184.108.40.206 AacAudioHal 220.127.116.11 AacDispaly 1.1.26
No updates For me at this moment. I reinstalled armory create and services. but not fixed that issue.
Some times it may be a windows bug. But there may be a problem with asus system control service. It shows driver version.
I think My laptop gpu running fine. No error messages. Device status is normal.